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Common Sense Final Presentation (Tuh)

Common Sense Final Presentation (Tuh)

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Thomas Paine¶s
Common Sense
Thomas Paine¶s
Common Sense
The International High School at LafayetteAmerican HistoryUnit 1 ±Constitution inU.S HistoryMr.Joel(The Book Report on Common Sense)Hareem, Imair, TamerlanThe International High School at LafayetteAmerican HistoryUnit 1 ±Constitution inU.S HistoryMr.Joel(The Book Report on Common Sense)Hareem, Imair, Tamerlan
 
Thomas Paine¶s
Common Sense
Thomas Paine¶s
Common Sense
The Author
Thomas Paine lived from 1737-1809.
He received the basic education in History,Mathematics and Science.
He began writing the politic pamphlets toPhiladelphia in 1774 to work as an editor for thePennsylvania magazine.
In 1776, he published the pamphlet CommonSense which called for American¶s politicalfreedom from England.
The Author
Thomas Paine lived from 1737-1809.
He received the basic education in History,Mathematics and Science.
He began writing the politic pamphlets toPhiladelphia in 1774 to work as an editor for thePennsylvania magazine.
In 1776, he published the pamphlet CommonSense which called for American¶s politicalfreedom from England.
 
Thomas Paine¶s
Common Sense
Thomas Paine¶s
Common Sense
The Book
Common sense
was published in 1776.
It¶s main idea was to realize American coloniststo fight for freedom , liberty and their rights bygetting independence from England.
Paine said, ´Those who expect to reap theblessing of freedom must like men ,undergo thefatigue of supporting it´.
The Book
Common sense
was published in 1776.
It¶s main idea was to realize American coloniststo fight for freedom , liberty and their rights bygetting independence from England.
Paine said, ´Those who expect to reap theblessing of freedom must like men ,undergo thefatigue of supporting it´.

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