Offering more detailed explanatory notes than earlier versions, this edition reprints together for the first time all of Paine's introductions to the versions published in his lifetime. In his own richly informed Introduction, Claeys elucidates the historical context and the subsequent influence of Paineâs text, as well as the major problems in interpreting Paineâs theory. Instructors will find this new edition a worthy counterpoint to the Hackett edition of Burkeâs Reflections on the Revolution in France, edited by J. G. A. Pocock.
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