• anonymous
How are the writings of benjamin franklin and thomas paine similar? Both authors inspire readers to remain loyal to the british government both authors describe entertaining episodes about their early lives in boston both authors demand that people look to science to answer life's biggest questions both authors assert the ablility of people to improve themseles and society
American Literature I: From beginnings to the Civil War - NYU Open Edu
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  • MissSmartiez
A isn't right. They wanted to break away from the king's unlawful and unfair rulings. B isn't right, it is just ridiculous, and irreverent. C isn't this Civics and history? Not science? Ok, Benjamin had something to do with science, you know the guy struck by lightening? Yeah... Him. But not Paine, he wrote the Common Sense. D I would choose this, Benjamin F. Wrote about this in the DOI, or declaration of independence. Like Thomas wrote about Common Sense, they both displayed ideas to improve their society, one big one was breaking away from Great Brittan.

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