Title: Common Sense and Its Impact on American Political Thought Thesis: Thomas Paines Common Sense articulated the anti-British sentiments of the Colonies in a way so unprecedented that it permanently changed the face of political thought in It denounced both the monarchy and the English Constitution, which had previously been looked upon as a brilliant political document.
Americans realized the inherent fallacies of hereditary government (specifically monarchy) as well as the English Constitution which protected the monarchy.
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It permanently cemented the idea of a republican, non-hereditary government into the heads of Americans.
Common Senses design for a republican government, and its basic principles were carried on to the Constitution.