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|Section 1||Burke begins his pamphlet with a salutation to Charles–Jean–François Depont. Depont (1767–96) was a young Frenchman who ... Read More|
|Section 2||In this section Burke turns to the claim by Price in his sermon that citizens have the right of "cashiering their govern... Read More|
|Section 3||Burke's central concern in the first part of this section is property. As he asserts, "Nothing is a due and adequate rep... Read More|
|Section 4||Burke focuses on the subject of the proper relationship between church and state. The framers of the new American consti... Read More|
|Section 5||Burke continues his denunciation of the confiscation of clerical property in France. Burke offers the example of Henry V... Read More|
|Section 6||Burke trains his sights on an analysis of the two classes, or "estates," most reviled by the revolutionaries in France: ... Read More|
|Section 7||Burke begins these pages with an economic cost–benefit analysis of the confiscated lands that had been in the hands of t... Read More|
|Section 8||Burke continues his examination of the new arrangements for elections in France. He begins by criticizing the National A... Read More|
|Section 9||Burke now turns to what he had earlier designated as the second "cementing" component of the National Assembly's arrange... Read More|
|Section 10||Burke devotes these pages to a strong indictment of the anarchy that has befallen the French military. He begins with an... Read More|
|Section 11||Burke turns to consider landholding, rents, taxes, and the French peasantry. Harking back to the ancient feudal system, ... Read More|
|Section 12||In mid–November 1790, several weeks after the publication of Reflections on the Revolution in France, François–Louis–Thi... Read More|
|Section 13||Burke continues his discussion of the adulation accorded to Jean–Jacques Rousseau. Burke considers that Rousseau has cor... Read More|