Paine Most Likely Wrote The Crisis, Number IV In Order To

Thomas Paine most likely wrote his pamphlet ‘The Crisis’ or ‘The American Crisis’, number IV in order to inform the authority of Great Britain that they had already made colonists very unsatisfied and angry for their self-interests.

Short Answer:

  • To Warn The English Authority That Colonists Would Keep Fighting For Their Rights.
  • To Inspire The Colonists For Joining In The Revolutionary War.

And therefore, this time colonists would not give up; but they will fight till the end, for justice, and for freedom.

Paine Most Likely Wrote The Crisis, Number IV In Order To
Paine Most Likely Wrote The Crisis, Number IV In Order To

Another side of Thomas Paine’s intention through the Crisis can be seen as he wanted to give colonists a proper reason for doing the revolution against Great Britain.

He knew very well that colonists wouldn’t fully join the revolutionary war until they found a proper reason to do that.

So, he also gave an amazing reference of God to the colonists:

He tried to convince them that war against British rule would be a war with the support of God. This meant, their rebellion was completely fair.

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