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All throughout Common Sense, Thomas Paine uses several negative terms in reference to King George III and his peers. Some of them include:

  • Evil


  • Royal Brute


  • Miscreant


  • Parasite


  • Barbarous


  • Bully


  • Savage Manners


  • Hard Hearted


  • Cruelty of a Monster


You get to be the official Colonial America Police Sketch Artist. If a victim of the king's restrictive policies came to you and described the King with the above terms, how would you draw King George III?

On the next page is an empty face with a crown on the head. Use the features found on the page that follows and create your own King George.

Ready? Let's start drawing...

 

Colonial America was a continent with multiple cultures and customs spanning vast geographic distances. Tom Paine's amazing persuasive essay Common Sense unified these seemingly conflicting characteristics into an extraordinary vision.

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