Compare And Contrast Declaration Of Independence And Common Sense

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“The Declaration of Independence” and “Common Sense” were both produced around the time of the American Revolution by Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine respectively. “The Declaration of Independence” was the document sent to Great Britain declaring the thirteen colonies free from British rule and kick starting the American Revolution, while “Common Sense” was a pamphlet released, at the beginning of the revolution to the citizens of the thirteen colonies demanding they fight for the just government they deserve. Due to the related topics and dates of publication both the works have similar ideas; however, the differing audience and purposes create differing tones. Both documents are written to persuade the U.S. citizens that breaking ties

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