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Who wrote Common Sense, encouraging Americans to break away from Great Britain? Patrick Henry Thomas Jefferson Thomas Paine John Hancock
THOMAS PAINE wrote Common Sense, encouraging Americans to break away from Great Britain.
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THOMAS PAINE wrote Common Sense, encouraging Americans to break away from Great Britain.
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