Influencial Person during the American Revolution
...American people, entitled Common Sense. In this pamphlet, he addressed the problems of the English monarchy, the advisability of separation from England and gaining American independence, the nature of the American colonists as a society, and also made some modest proposals for a new form of government8. His motive, in writing the pamphlet, was not only to plant the idea of independence... ?Of the numerous diplomats, generals, and other important and influential figures in the American Revolution, one that stands out among the rest is Thomas Paine. A writer of simple words, yet drastic and assertive ideas, he published not only a pamphlet but what came to be known as almost a doctrine of influence and...