Thomas Paine-Common Sense and related writings. How do his ideas about the British Constitution compare with his ideas about nature?
" The simple voice of nature and of reason will say, it is right."(76) Thomas Paine passionately argued for what is right and logical in maintaining a working and equal society. Realizing the evil and non-constructive affects of a monarchial government, Paine derived his beliefs and opinions from the simplicity of nature.
In mid-June of 1775 the Revolution had reached its bloodiest and pivotal part. The moral of the American militiamen was optimistic for they showed Great Britain that they had the potential to do considerable damage to the British army. However, the Amer…
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