by Thomas Paine
Published in 1797, Agrarian Justice was one of Paine's somewhat lesser-known pamphlets. While overshadowed by more celebrated works such as Common Sense and The Age of Reason, Agrarian Justice's lucid arguments that land owners owe some debt to their community was highly influential and shaped both tax policy and philosophical concepts regarding the relationships between property and community.
- Author's Inscription- French Edition
- Author's English Preface
- Agrarian Justice: Introduction
- Means by which the fund is to be created
- Means for carrying the proposed plan into execution, and to render it at the same time conducive to the public interest