anonymous
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Name the English documents that influenced the colonists? What was their significance?
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anonymous
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Thomas Paine's "Common Sense," it proclaimed that life, liberty, and property were fundamental rights that were endowed upon us by a creator.
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(Obviously you should know that a variant of "life, liberty, and property" wound it's way into the Declaration of Independence)
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The Contsitution and the Declation of Independence

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Though those were very influential documents, they weren't British/English.

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