Common Sense, Rights of Man, and Other Essential Writings Setting & Symbolism

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America

America was in Paine's favor when it made the move to separate from Britain and King George III. Paine used his influence, intellect, and talent to advocate and promote the cause around the world, hoping to gain support for his adopted country.

Although America was an infant compared to its parent, England, many believed that the fledgling country could and would succeed on its own. In fact, if America remained as a part of England, chances are that its commerce would suffer and its people would not receive the sort of liberty for which they chose to fight.

Through a combination of unity, intelligence, and sheer determination, America defeated the British and became its own entity. The style of the newly formed government caused a much bigger uproar than the Revolution itself, and countries around the world began to redress their own forms of government in comparison...

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