The Writings of Thomas Paine — Volume 2 (1779-1792): The Rights of Man
THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE VOLUME II.
Collected And Edited By Moncure Daniel Conway
1779 - 1792
XIII. RIGHTS OF MAN.
RIGHTS OF MAN
Being An Answer To Mr. Burke's Attack On The French Revoloution
PAINE'S PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION
PAINE'S PREFACE TO THE FRENCH EDITION
RIGHTS OF MAN. PART THE FIRST BEING AN ANSWER TO MR. BURKE'S ATTACK ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
OBSERVATIONS ON THE DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
RIGHTS OF MAN. PART SECOND, COMBINING PRINCIPLE AND PRACTICE.
FRENCH TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.
RIGHTS OF MAN PART II.
CHAPTER I. OF SOCIETY AND CIVILISATION
CHAPTER II. OF THE ORIGIN OF THE PRESENT OLD GOVERNMENTS
CHAPTER III. OF THE OLD AND NEW SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT
CHAPTER IV. OF CONSTITUTIONS
CHAPTER V. WAYS AND MEANS OF IMPROVING THE CONDITION OF EUROPE
INTERSPERSED WITH MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS
THE AUTHOR'S NOTES FOR PART ONE AND PART TWO
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