The famous pamphlet that was written by Thomas Paine was called Common Sense. A pamphlet written to attack Common Sense was called Plain Truth.
Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense: a pamphlet criticizing the British.
Common Sense was the pamphlet you seek.
Thomas Paine wrote a pamphlet called Common Sense in January 1776.
Thomas Paine wrote the Common Sense pamphlet. The Pamphlet encouraged Thomas Jefferson to write the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Paine published his pamphlet, Common Sense, before the First Continental Congress convened.
Yes,There is but I have a report due and i dont even know it
The pamphlet "Common Sense" was written by Thomas Paine.
the "Common Sence," pamphlet written by Thomas Paine :)
Thomas Paine wrote the pamphlet and it was called common sense.
It is true that the common sense pamphlet was written by Thomas Paine
Thomas Paine wrote 16 pamphlets but his most famous one is Common Sense
The common sense pamphlet
Paine's pamphlet was called Common Sense.
Thomas Paine's famous pamphlet was called "Common Sense".
The pamphlet written by Thomas Payne was called Common Sense.
written by T. Paine (Thomas Paine for short) was infleunced by the declaration of independence.
Thomas Paine wrote the pamphlet, Common Sense, telling the colonists to fight for independence.
Thomas Paine. The name of the pamphlet was "Common Sense."
He wrote a pamphlet called "common sense".
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Yes, The pamphlet was 6 pages long and called "Common Sense". It was origanally publish anonomously, but later discovered that it was by Thomas Paine.
Thamoas Paine was impotant because he created the pamphlet commn sense
Paine argued that the colonies should become independent of Great Britain.
The pamphlet is called "Common Sense" authored by Thomas Paine.
thomas paine wa the writer of pamphlet called common sense and it basically described his beliefs on the war and what the outcom should be.
It was actually a pamphlet and it was written by Thomas Paine.
Thomas Paine published Common Sense
no. it was a pamphlet supporting the American revolution.