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Thomas Paine's essay "The Crisis" urges the colonists to keep the peace with Great Britain by presenting a logical argument.

a. True b. False

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Thomas Paine's essay "The Crisis" urges the colonists to keep the peace with Great Britain by presenting a logical argument.

a. True
b. False

Answer

False.
The Crisis was about Thomas Paine's view on what the government should do for its people.
He strongly believed that society was good and that the government can only do so much by protecting it and its intentions to do evil.
The Crisis was a formal paper that argued the American independence.
This is where Paine began conceptualizing theoretical thoughts on government, religion, and the colonial framework.

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