The Crisis by Thomas Paine
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“For though the flame of liberty may sometimes cease to shine, the coal can never expire.” ― Thomas Paine, The Crisis
What does it mean to be an American?
Thomas Paine was a supporter of the American Revolution, and having independence from Britain. The Crisis is a selection of writings by Paine to get people to support independence from Britain.
Although the government, or any other hindrance can take away your fire, which is liberty, peoples desire for liberty refuels it. Thomas Paine's point in The Crisis is that we need independence from Britain, and soldiers shouldn't only fight when it is convenient. This idea of true patriotism is still true and applicable in today's world.
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