The rights of man.
For the benefit of all mankind.
By Thomas Paine.
|Main Author:||Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.|
London; Printed and sold by Citizen Daniel Isaac Eaton, 1795.
Great Britain /
Politics and government
Great Britain / Politics and government /
Bound with his Thoughts on the peace. London, 1791.
"Preface purporting to have been written by Paine while in Luxembourg prison ... is manifestly spurious."--Paine, Thomas. Writings. Coll. and ed. by Moncure D. Conway. 1894. v. 2, p. 263.
An altered version of the author's "Rights of man; being an answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French revolution"; many references to Edmund Burke, the English Parliament, the French revolution, etc. omitted.
vii, 151 p.
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