The Power of Common Sense

The Power of Common Sense

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  • You have a sickness called typhus
  • But why not
  • You cant publish this!!!!
  • On November 30 1774, the ship London packet arrived in the port of Philadelphia. On board was a 37 year old Englishman named Thomas Paine. Paine was not even aware that he was in America. He was burning up with a fever and barley concision.
  • Finally I have finished.
  • He was got the deadly disease typhus, which had already killed several people aboard. At the time , disease was just one of the flaws of traveling across the Atlantic ocean.
  • We can be independent common sense helped me understand
  • Thomas Paine was not getting Common sense published. The subject of independence was just to much for many publishers to handle. As Paine noted at the time, colonists were so attached to Great Britain that it was a kind of treason to speak against it.
  • You should read common sense its great
  • By December, Paine had finished his essay. But he had trouble getting it published. The subject of independence was just too hot for many publishers to handle.
  •  But Paine's work opened up the debate on separation from Great Britain. It helped many colonists see independence as a real possibility.
  • Paine's ideas on rights and liberty also had an influence on other countries, particularly France. In fact, Paine later moved to France to play a role in the French Revolution.
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