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In 1775 the American colonies were a hotbed of political discord. Many of the British policies, specifically taxes, had caused American colonial leaders to consider the unthinkable: declaring independence from the British Empire and its King George. One such leader, Thomas Paine, wrote Common Sense: a pamphlet that explained the advantages of immediate and complete independence. In 1776, when the Declaration of Independence was signed, Common Sense became a national sensation and has remained an important part of American history.

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  • I am No Expert
  • 25-05-16

Must read for people who want to know freedom

This book lays out the reasons for the American Revolution. Both in logic and biblical justification, he attacks the crown.

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  • Robert
  • 05-12-17

Amazing

I loved the narration. There seem to be a multitude of similarities. God bless America