Common Sense written by Thomas Paine and published on January 10, 1776 during the American Revolution. Common Sense was Thomas Paine's opinion about independence from the rule of the british. Paine used biblical references throughout his text. Paine writes about the difference between society and government, a society promotes happiness and a government restrains vices. Paine discusses monarchy through the biblical and historical view as well as the problems between england and the American colonies.
Paine was completely against British rule and he argued through Common Sense that America was not a british nation and being part of britain would force America to be apart of European wars, in addition to many other reasons.