Rights of Man, Common Sense, and Other Political Writings

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ABBREVIATIONS
All references to Paine's writings not contained in this collection are either to The Collected Works of Thomas Paine, ed. P. S. Foner, (Secaucus, NJ, 1948), 2 Volumes, and are cited by the volume number ( I or II), followed by the page; or to Moncure Conway, Works of Thomas Paine, 4 volumes, ( New York, 1894-6), given as Conway, followed by the volume number and page.
Aldridge--A. Owen Aldridge, Thomas Paine's American Ideology (Cranbury, NJ, 1984).
Bailyn--Bernard Bailyn, The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution ( Cambridge, Mass. 1967).
Doyle--W. Doyle, The Oxford History of the French Revolution ( Oxford, 1989).
Erskine May--Thomas Erskine May, A Treatise upon the Law, Privileges, Proceedings, and usages of Parliament ( London, 1844).
Goodwin--A. Goodwin, The Friends of Liberty: The English democratic movement in the age of the French Revolution ( London, 1979).
Greene and Pole--J. P. Greene and J. R. Pole, The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the American Revolution ( Oxford, 1991).
Hawke--David Freeman Hawke, Paine ( New York, 1974).
Jones--Colin Jones, The Longman Companion to the French Revolution ( London, 1988).
Langford (1)--Paul Langford, A Polite and Commercial People: England 1727-1783, The New Oxford History of England ( Oxford, 1989).
Langford (2)--Paul Langford, Public Life and the Propertied Englishman ( Oxford, 1991).
Namier and Brooke--The History of Parliament: House of Commons 1754-1790, ed. Sir L. Namier and J. Brooke, Volume 1 ( London, 1964).
Reflections-- Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France ( 1790). Page references are given to four current editions of the Reflections using the following abbreviations: M. ed. L. G. Mitchell ( World's Classics, Oxford, 1993);

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