Rights of Man and Common Sense - Thomas PaineLondon: Everyman's Library, 1994, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Near Fine — in Near Fine Dustwrapper.
Includes: Ribbon markers ;
From the cover: “Composed in response to the French and American Revolutions in which their author was so deeply involved, Rights Of Man and Common Sense became founding texts of nineteenth-century radical politics. But Paine’s thinking is still relevant today, and even those who dissent from his views can delight in the energy, vigour and passion of the prose in which he defends the ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity.”