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Rights of Man

California Lustre

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; some cover edge wear, bookplate inside, some spine sunning

Materials:

hardcover

Size:

11.75" L x 8.75" W x 1.25" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Rights of Man by Thomas Paine. Heritage Press, 1961. Hardcover with slipcase. Duotone illustrations. No edition listed. 269 pp. Rights of Man transcends the French Revolution by examining the nature of human rights and the potential for nations to secure peace through the adoption of governments based on these rights. Using these points as a base it defends the French Revolution against Edmund Burke's attack in Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790.
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Why We Love This

Rights of Man by Thomas Paine. Heritage Press, 1961. Hardcover with slipcase. Duotone illustrations. No edition listed. 269 pp. Rights of Man transcends the French Revolution by examining the nature of human rights and the potential for nations to secure peace through the adoption of governments based on these rights. Using these points as a base it defends the French Revolution against Edmund Burke's attack in Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790.

About California Lustre

California Lustre brings you an eclectic array of vintage finds from all over the West coast. We offer unique decorative accents to complete any room, alongside a wide variety of books for building your library or putting on display. Our one-of-a-kind vintage finds will add style, playfulness, or charm to any space.