anonymous
  • anonymous
What did Common Sense refer to in the American Revolution? A. the right-thinking of ordinary colonists B. the belief that the French had no role to play in North America C. the pamphlet by Thomas Paine that convinced many of the need for independence D. the belief that the British had no right to tax in the colonies
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Loser66
  • Loser66
d
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its C

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah it's C
anonymous
  • anonymous
the pamphlet by Thomas Paine that convinced many of the need for independence is correct because this is what common sense referred to in the revolution
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is C because it was written by Thomas Paine
Rippeh
  • Rippeh
C

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