What Is Thomas Paine's Argument For American Independence

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When I think about American inheritance, I think about what our grandparents and parents having some things under their name and giving it to their children when they are no longer here. Inheriting valuables that were passed on from generations to generations. Weather it’s a car, money, jewelry, house or something meaningful passed on. My great great-grandmother passed on her rolling pin that was given by her mother and has been passed down many generations. Since my mom’s family is a family of eight my grandmother gave each daughter and son a valuable that meant something to my grandmother. My grandparents weren’t wealthy or poor but didn’t keep expensive things under their name. One of things my mom inherited from my grandmother was the …show more content…
The forefathers had to come up with a solution to solve the problem between Great Britain and America fast. In Common Sense by Thomas Paine it was a big help in persuading the push to declare independence and he argues for the American independence. In his argument he talks about the general of the colonial situation and then about the government and religion. In the article on encyclopedia.com, American freedom would never be secure under British rule, Paine argued, because the British government included two grave "constitutional errors," monarchy and hereditary rule. He criticizes the English monarchy about representing without the people and points out all the problems the British has brought to the country. Paine had a made a biblical case against the monarchy. He was trying to encourage the American people to go to war and fight for their independence. In his book, one of the first things Paine did in his writing was talking about the attack to the king in his book. He stated that all mankind is created equally in God’s eye so why would there be any separation of kings and the people. He made a good statement "Ye that dare oppose, not only the tyranny, but the tyrant, stand forth!" (Perkins, p. 344) The way I feel connected to Thomas Paine would be that he fought for his independence and never gave up. He pushed the Americans to go to war and fight for there independence that we …show more content…
Both were strong people and never gave up on what they believed in what’s right. Thomas Paine fought for his and the Americans independence and the outcome of it were great. Truth had a voice that ended up helping other woman in the long run for their rights. We are here today with independence and woman’s rights because of these two brave people. Standing up for what you think is right will probably make lives better in the

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