Objects & Places from Rights of Man

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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.


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


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 security, and the author believed that they were...

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