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Why was Thomas Paine's Common Sense important

It was a way to convince the colonists to declare independence during the Revolutionary War.

What is the difference absolute and relative chronology

absolute chronology is to be exact relative chronology is to round

What type of reasoning is used in this example The air is dry in deserts

deductive reasoning

What is one way to appeal to ethos

the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations

What does Paine say about the argument that Britain has defended the colonies in the past

That Britain only did so out of self-interest

What is one reason Thomas Paine believes that the youth of the colonies is an advantage against Britain

Because their youth lends itself to vigor and unity.

Inductive reasoning is weaker than deductive reasoning because it

Inductive reasoning is weaker than deductive reasoning because inductive reasoning is known as bottom-up logic where as deductive reasoning is known as top-down logic.

What is the author's purpose in both Patrick Henry's speech and Thomas Paine's Common Sense

To convince the colonists to break away from British rule

Which of these writings primarily uses an emotional appeal

"Give me liberty, or give me death" by Patrick Henry

Which is the most prominent kind of rhetorical appeal Thomas Paine here

logos

What is one reason that Thomas Paine thinks the colonies stand a good chance against British

The British army and navy are mostly made up of middle-aged men

What is the primary emotion he appeals to here

hope

How did the institution of slavery continue to affect the world even after it was abolished

it reduced the way african states can resist europeans

One reason the colonists had difficulty coming together to revolt against Britain is because they

Lacked a unified army

What is one reason that Thomas Paine brings up the opposing argument that the colonies have done well under the british

To create paraellelism by showing the opposing arguments side by side. (Apex Users)

In Common Sense what does Thomas Paine say in response to the argument that the colonies have done well under the control of Britain

That believing the colonies will continue to do well is misleading.

In his speech Patrick Henry asserts that what is inevitable

WAR

What appeal does he primarily use here

Ethos

In common sense what does Thomas Paine says in response to the argument that the colonies have not done well under the control of the Britain

that the colonies will continue to do better is logical

What rhetorical strategy is Thomas Paine is most clearly using in this line

Parallelism

What kind of figurative language does Thomas Paine use here the least fracture and I will be like a name engraved with the point of a pin on the tender rind of a young oak

Personification

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