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Essay heading: Common Sense
 
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He spends the next several pages on the arguments for why America needed to break from Britain, arguments that ranged from the inevitability of Britain's authority ending to the extreme disadvantages to being associated with England when she is at war with others. Finally, he asserts the virtues of the republic form of government...
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He points out how the republics of Europe, Holland and Switzerland, are both peaceful countries. Then he proposes a plan for districting the colonies and drawing up a Continental charter. The final part of the pamphlet makes a case for unity and demonstrates with calculations the financial burden of warships, demonstrating that it was plausible to create an independent fleet...
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