Edmund Burke for the Summer

I’ve decided for the summer to read the three books which surrounded the pamphlet war of Edmund Burke’s concerns about the French revolution:

  • Richard Price’s ‘Discourse on the Love of our Country’;
  • Edmund Burke’s ‘Reflections on the Revolution in France’;
  • and finally, Thomas Paine’s ‘The Rights of Man’.

Anyone ever read these before? What were your opinions? Who is more convincing - Burke, or Paine? Or Price? :slight_smile: