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1.What impact did Thomas Paine’s writing of “Common Sense” have on gaining support for the American’s cause?

2.What is the significance of the “signing” of the Declaration of Independence by members of the Continental Congress?

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    http://www.connecticutsar.org/patriots/paine_thomas.htm

    2. The signatures of the members of the Continental Congress showed that the American leaders stood behind and backed the Declaration.

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