The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Zväzok 1
Harper & Bros., 1851
This work contains a selection of the writings of Edmund Burke, an influential Irish member of Parliament from 1766 and 1794 and the philosophical founder of modern conservatism.
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