Achieving independence requires sacrifice and determination. this statement is the the crisis, number iv’s a. minor premise. b. conclusion. c. major premise. d. body.
The sentence above is the major premise of the statement found in The Crisis, Number IV. The statement talked about how men can experience freedom through sacrifice and love for the country and his countrymen.
The crisis Number IV, published in London in 1775, tried to speak to commmon people in a political language that they could understand, this was the most read publication in the States prior to common sense, and its major premise was the bloodbath and unmoral thing that would be engage a civil war agaisnt the declaration of independence of the United States.
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The correct answer is C), major premise.
Thomas Paine wrote the "American Crisis", a collection of articles written during the American Revolutionary War.
Paine wrote “Common Sense” written in 1776, a famous pamphlet supporting the Independence from England. The essays he wrote refers to his support for a government just for America. History says that General Washington found the first essay so inspiring that he ordered that it be read to the army before going to battle.
Crisis number IV –dated September 12, 1777- says that the men who expect to get of freedom, first, must go through the sacrifice to supporting it.
The statement achieving independence requires sacrifice and determination, is a major premise.
The fourth number of the crisis was written on the day following the Battle of Brandy wine, September 11, 1777. The statement achieving independence requires sacrifice and determination, is a major premise of the declaration of Independence.
The fight for independence is a major premise in almost all of Thomas Paine's pamphlets, but here it shows what must be done and what must be sacrificed.