"no man was a warmer wisher for reconciliation than myself, before the ... (massacre at lexington), but the moment the event of that day was made known, i rejected the hardened, sullen tempered pharaoh of britain forever; … that … can unfeelingly hear of their slaughter, and … sleep with their blood upon his soul." – thomas paine, common sense in this excerpt, how does paine explain his support for the declaration of independence to his readers?
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