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What is the main point of Paine’s writing? a. The time of armed struggle is over. b. Colonists who support Britain are weak and cowardly. c. The king of Britain is a fool. d. The colonists must endure and keep fighting.
Paine's main purpose in The Crisis, like Patrick Henry's, is to a. Describe the current status of the war b. Plead for lower taxes c. Urge the Americans to greater action and commitment against the British d. List in detail the misdeeds of King George
he uses a lot of persuasion
sorry I was answering a different question
and I don't know the answer because Idk much about this person, sorry
Paine’s primary purpose for saying that “a common murderer, a highwayman, or a house-breaker, has a good a pretense as [the king]” is to a. Show how the common criminal is persecuted by the king's representatives b. Stress the lawlessness of the king's actions c. Emphasize the notion of democracy d. d. Appeal to his audience's fear of crime
What literary term is being used in the following example? “Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods.” a. alliteration b. assonance c. repetition d. simile
How does Paine view the war happening in his lifetime? a. he is glad America is at war so that he can display his leadership skills b. better that there is war now and peace later for my child c. he thinks God is angry with America and is punishing them with war d. he is indifferent; he doesn't care one way or the other