Essay on COMMON SENSE 2

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Common Sense The Thirteen colonies had originally been under the dominion of Great Britain under King George lll. Americans were forced and precept poorly to fight by side of Britain in wars with countries that could’ve been their potential allies.”Thomas Pain” first published his most influential pamphlet “Common Sense” anonymously. In his pamphlet, Thomas Paine talked about the envisioned the Americans equal rights, no one superior or below to another, and he called for independence. People got influenced and inspired by this pamphlet throughout the thirteen colonies to declare a fight for independence from The Great Britain.Paine gave brief examples and explanation on why America would be better if the British does not rule America, throughout his pamphlet “Common Sense”.

“Common Sense” the motivational pamphlet persisted on the idea of natural right, Thomas Paine first attacked King George III by articulating, that all men are created equally, therefore there shouldn’t be separation of kings and subjects. Thomas Paine speaks that having a king is a form of inequality as he states the following, “one man so greatly above the rest cannot be justified on the equal rights of nature.” Paine described, “no truly natural or religious reason can be assigned, and that is the distinction of men into kings and subject.” he believed that if there were no kings or anyone ruling people and taking benefits from them will lead no wars and the world would be a very peaceful place.

Thomas Paine talked about England’s injustice and brutality on America and how the Americans are being forced to join the wars that are not even closely related to the. Paine explained his point, how Great Britain runs America and drag them in wars. “something very absurd, in supposing a continent to be perpetually governed by an island.”Paine further more explained that Britain ruins American trade, “whenever a war breaks out between England and any foreign power, the trade of…