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Who is Paine's intended audience? What ideology is he promoting and why might one find it persuasive?

Why is 'now', or 1776, a critical period for the American colonists according to Paine?

What does Paine's work suggest about the opponents of independence? What, if any, common ground is there between individuals calling for independence as opposed to those calling for reconciliation?

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The intended audience of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense are the 13 states, which formed the United States of America. Paine is promoting the idea of nations and states being independent and stopping from relying on Britain. It is very persuasive since he talks of avoiding the systems that create Kings and Monarchs, which according to him are sources of sins....

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