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Based on Common sense and the crisis what conclusion can be made about Thomas Paine?

A : Thomas Paine accepted blame for causing the war

B: Thomas Paine believed that colonist should remain loyal to the king

C : Thomas Paine used his writing to persuade and inspire others.

D : Thomas Paine was anti-war

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    My answer is C

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    Right, C.

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