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Rights of Man

This book is about Thomas Paine
Explore the foundational arguments for democracy and human rights in "Rights of Man" by Thomas Paine. Published by Odin’s Library Classics on September 12, 2017, this book delves into the legitimacy of political revolution in defense of natural rights, sparked by Paine's response to Edmund Burke's critique of the French Revolution. Ideal for college students studying racial justice and voting rights, this work navigates through the turbulent waters of 18th-century politics to present a compelling case for the essential freedoms and responsibilities of a just government. Paine, through his articulate and daring prose, not only defends the French Revolution but also advocates for the broader implications of justice and equality that resonate through today's social justice movements. Engage with this unabridged classic to understand the historical roots of modern civil liberties and the ongoing struggle for universal human rights. How will Paine's vision inspire your views on contemporary social justice issues?
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on September 12, 2017
134 pages
ISBN: 9781976334573
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