Political Writings Including the Debate Between Sieyes and Tom Paine 1791
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Description: Although it has long been recognised that Sieyès' What is the Third Estate?, translated for this edition by Michael Sonenscher, was the key text of the French Revolution, only recently has Sieyès come to be seen as one of the central figures in the formation of modern liberalism. This timely edition, which also includes three other works Sieyès produced in 1789 -- his 'Essay on Privileges', 'Views of the Executive Means', and the text of his debate with Tom Paine -- will be of value to anyone interested in the origins and character of modern liberalism, the history and analysis of political thought, or the history of the French Revolution.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Hackett Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/15/2003
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Michael Sonenscher is a Fellow and Director of Studies in History at King's College, University of Cambridge.
|Views of the Executive Means Available to the Representatives of France in 1789|
|An Essay on Privileges|
|What is the Third Estate?|
|The Debate between Sieyes and Tom Paine|
|Notes on French Terms|
|Bibliographical Note on Sieyes' Works and on Further Reading|