Matan's Project

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  • Thomas you should write a pamphlet about independance
  • Thats a great idea Benjamin
  • I think that this is a terrible idea. There is no point of writhing this pamphlet
  • I agree
  • Thank you so much
  • I will publish you pamphlet because I think that it is a great idea.  I won't just copy 46, I will copy thousands
  •  Dr. Benjamin Rush encouraged Paine to write a pamphlet on independence, though he cautioned him not to use that word.
  • No more panmphlet, No independance
  • I want independance
  • The idea of independence made many colonists uneasy. They might complain about British rule, but the prospect of separating from Great Britain scared them
  • As do I
  • Eventually, however, Paine found a publisher who agreed to print a thousand copies as a pamphlet. It was 46 pages long.
  • Fight for independance
  • The public was not as resistant to the idea of independence as he and others had feared. Paine's success lay in his ability to present separation as logical and reasonable, as a matter of common sense.
  • No more panmphlet, No independance
  • Although Paine's words were powerful, his ideas were not new. Many other colonial leaders, such as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams, had expressed similar thoughts.
  • Common Sense   did not start the movement for independence. That movement had been building for some time. Nor did it cause colonial leaders to declare independence.
  • We want  independance 
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