Common Sense, Rights of Man, and Other Essential Writings Topics for Discussion

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How might support for the American Revolution have suffered without the existence of Common Sense?

Would Common Sense have had the same impact if its authorship was known at the time of publication? Explain.

How might England be ruled if the people had taken Paine's advice and abolished the monarchy? Would their poverty be reduced? If so, by how much?

Would a political agreement between Paine and Burke have changed how the world viewed the French Revolution? Explain.

Paine asserts that much of basis of Christianity was derived from pagan traditions and beliefs. Do you believe this to be true? Explain.

Do you agree that there is a significant difference between Agrarian Justice and Agrarian Law? Explain.

How would America's trade with other countries be affected today if America was still affiliated with England?

Would the American militia have been able to conquer the British if it...

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