The Rights of Man
One of Paine's greatest and most widely read works, considered a classic statement of faith in democracy and egalitarianism, defends the early events of the French Revolution, supports social security for workers, public employment for those in need of work, abolition of laws limiting wages, and other social reforms. An inspiring book that paved the way for the growth and development of democratic traditions in American and British society.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bookworm12 - LibraryThing
Written during the era of the French Revolution, this book was one of the first to introduce the concept of human rights from the standpoint of democracy. The Rights of Man was actually published as a ... Read full review
Review: Rights of ManUser Review - Goodreads
Definitely not as good as Common Sense. Especially since he repeats a lot of his ideas. He spends the book essentially using Common Sense to call Mr. Burke an idiot in as many ways as possible... and ... Read full review