Common sense

Common sense

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  • About the author
  • Liberty!
  • Common Sense
  • ”The king of England has undertaken in his own Right, to support the parliament in what he calls Theirs, and as the good people of this country are grievously oppressed by the combination, they have undoubted privilege to inquire into the pretensions of both, and equally to reject the usurpation of either...”
  • Meaning
  • “I own them! Go show them who is the boss!
  • We should taxes them for the tea.
  • Thomas Paine was a journalist and the author of “Common Sense.” He was born in January 29, 1739 in thetford, England. He emigrated to America in his 20s with the help from Benjamin Franklin.
  • Tea act
  • What should we taxes the colonists?
  • Colonist love tea!
  • Get out of here! You guys don't scare us! Shoot If you dare!
  • The Common Sense provided a strong desire for Independence from British.
  • Boston Massacre
  • Some colonist believed that they should have a say so in political issues.
  • Thoughts
  • Good job Thomas Paine!
  • The Tea Act was to allowed the British east India company to sell tea directly to the colonist. I think it helped Thomas Paine write “The Common Sense,” because he was probably thinking it was wrong to taxes the colonists without their permission.
  • The Boston massacre is when the British shot at the colonists. I think this also helped Thomas Paine write “The Common Sense,” because he was probably thinking it was wrong to shot at and threatening the colonists.
  • My thoughts about was that it was good because it help the American to gain Independence and make this great country.
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