The Rights of Man Part I (1791 ed.)
Paine’s pamphlet defending the early liberal phase of the French Revolution was written in response to Edmund Burke’s critique.
Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke’s Attack on the French Revolution. (2nd edition) by Thomas Paine (London: J.S. Jordan, 1791).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- to GEORGE WASHINGTON, president of the united states of america.
- PREFACE to the ENGLISH EDITION.
- RIGHTS OF MAN, c. c.
- DECLARATION of the RIGHTS OF MAN and OF CITIZENS, By the National Assembly of France.
- OSBERVATIONS on the DECLARATION OF RIGHTS.
- MISCELLANEOUS CHAPTER.