Birth date: January 12, 1729
Died: July 09, 1797
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This is a work which I had long planned to read for two reasons. The first was its historic importance, as Burke's book has long been held up as an important early critique of the then-ongoing French Revolution. The other was its citation as an ur-text of modern Anglo-American conservatism, one of t...
AcknowledgementsIntroductionBurke's Prefatory Note--Reflections on the Revolution in FranceNotesBibliographical NoteCurriculum Vitae of Edmund Burke
A turgid, incoherent, mean-spirited confusion of barely readable proto-teabaggery and ancient dogmatic douchebaggery. Written in the form of a letter to a Frenchman, without captions or other markers of manifest internal organization. Best part of this volume is the academic's lengthy introduction...