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Publicola: Observations on Paine's Rights of Man in a series of letters

by John Quincy Adams

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This was a Goodreads giveaway that I very much enjoyed. The only thing that would have made it better would have been including the section of the Rights of Man being referred to above each specific letter. It would have been helpful for me, but then I'm a very visual person. I liked seeing the letters in their entirety and not just a mention of them in a biography written about him. Both he and his father were politically astute to see the Terror coming but weren't listened to. ( )
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The letters of Publicola, a fascinating window into the debate that occurred in the early days of the French Revolution, before significant blood had been shed in France, before the French people had beheaded their king and queen, before the Reign of Terror, before Napoleon was a name of any significance, and before all of Europe became engulfed in war, written anonymously by John Quincy Adams.

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