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Thomas Paine thinks the colonies stand a good chance against the British because if the colonies declare independence, then the enemies of the British are no longer also the enemies of the colonists, and that they can work with other countries.

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

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That being said here are some thought on Paine and Common Sense

Here is a quote however from good old Wikipedia:

Why america should be independent:
"He connected independence with common dissenting Protestant beliefs as a means to present a distinctly American political identity."
basically, he appealed to the masses by both is casual writing style as well as playing to ideas that protestants (whose main differentation from the Roman Catholic or Anglican(British) churches was that God is accessible to the masses instead of just through authority (like church or crown)...This means if the average person has direct access to god, it makes religion more of a democracy (hense all the denomonations of protestantism).

Why America has a chance militarily:
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The fourth section of the pamphlet includes Paine's optimistic view of America's military potential at the time of the revolution. For example, he spends pages describing how colonial shipyards, by using the large amounts of lumber available in the country, could quickly create a navy that could rival the Royal Navy.


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I have not seen my dad since I was 11 years old I am 21 years old I think it is because of epilespy.

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