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Thomas Paine Common Sense - 5 Ws

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Thomas Paine Common Sense - 5 Ws

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  • Who Wrote Common Sense?
  • What was the impact of Common Sense?
  • To arms, men!
  • When Was Common Sense Published?
  • Common Sense was written by the English-born political philosopher, Thomas Paine. Although Paine wrote this influential pamphlet, he originally published it anonymously, for fear of being charged with treason.
  • Common Sense
  • Common Sense became a call to arms for many colonists, as it quickly became a best-selling publication. Paine's work motivated many to prepare for a conflict that would shape the course of American history.
  • Common Sense was published in January of 1776. The pamphlet was released during the American Revolution and became a strong source of motivation for many soldiers in the Continental Army.
  • Where was Common Sense Read?
  • The 5 Ws of Common Sense
  • Why was Common Sense Written?
  • The Common Sense pamphlet quickly made its way to all areas of colonial society, including the secretive meetings of the Sons of Liberty in taverns throughout Boston.
  • The main argument of Common Sense revolves around the need for the colonies to break off entirely from the British government. Common Sense stressed that independence was no longer just possible, but essential.
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