In what ways is it evident that paine and publius were influenced by montesquieu and locke

Thomas Paine was an English-American political writer who lived between (1737–1809).among his most remarkable publications, Common Sense (1776). Paine argued that the British colonies in America should revolt against the Crown. Paine’s work had great influence on the public during the American Revolution.
Thomas Paine and Publius contributed greatly to the revolution of Americans and the world at large. Paine and Publius through their writings among them “common sense” greatly altered the character and destiny of America and World History (Loughran, 74). Thomas Paine’s ideologies and efforts inspired and brought together the American Revolution. Paine and publius provided the colonists with the fuel to charge their rebellion. Paine’s phrases chorused through colonies and united Americans in a common goal. His oratorical skills and the power of his pen imparted the courage and ideals needed for the founding of a new nation. In his efforts to bring together and direct the colonists, Paine created the phrases – The United State of America, which may have been one of his greatest phrases.
The American idea of equality, freedom and human rights that came from Paine’s and Publius’s mind and the philosophies of their predecessors Locke and Montesquieu set the 18th century world on fire. They gave Americans and Europeans the sense, inspiration, and courage to reject outdated social and political structures of the past centuries and the confidence to create new ones that would ensure a better future for humans. People were looking forward to a social order where they could achieve their human potential. Democracy would enable them reach these aspirations they had been holding on to for ages. Paine and Publius changed the format and meaning of Locke’s and Montesquieu’s book of thought. Through this they enhanced the citizens