Objects & Places from Rights of Man

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Object Descriptions

The United States - This was the model nation that the author helped create, and pointed to for other countries to learn from, in developing their own forms of government.

England - This was where the author was originally from before moving in support of the Revolution.

France - This was where the author was while writing the Rights of Man in defense of the Revolution taking place there.

The American Revolution - This was the war that lasted from 1775 to 1781, where Independence was won, and a new, successful form of government was created.

The French Revolution - This war began in 1789 to overthrow the monarchy, and was defended by the author in Rights of Man.

The English Crown - This was adamantly opposed by the author as the set of power of English Kings and Queens.

Natural Rights of Man - These include liberty, property and...

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