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    • Thomas Paine Christian Hicks
    • General info.
      • Thomas Paine was born in 1737 and lived until 1809 as an author,innovator,inventor and contributed a lot to the early days of our independence making him a founding father.
      • Thomas Paine went against several others and produced what we no today as our modern had newspaper and open criticism of what’s around us in the “common sense” pamphlet.
      • Left Britain in 1774 to help encourage a revolutionary change in America as the our nation was starting to split from British rule.
      • Eventually after his great contributions to U.S,Paine was greatly admired by the French and in 1792 he was elected the French National Convention.
    • Other accomplishments
      • Eventually Thomas Paine lost fans as he started writing about elements of freethinking and argued against Christianity and organized religion.Eventually while Napoleon was on rant through Europe Thomas left France and returned to the Americas at Jefferson invitation.
      • Thomas Paine could be considered the Father of the revolution because early on in his highly successful “Common Sense” pamphlet he showed resentment and frustration with British rule.
      • Thomas Paine was also most known for his writings in “The Crisis” that inspired many of the soldiers during the revolutionary war. Many said that is writings were a direct influence to Declaration of independence.
      • Paine never owned much real estate, he only purchased one house in 1783 that he would stay in until he died in 1809.
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