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Department
Humanities
Course
HUMA 1770
Professor
Leo Stan
Semester
Winter

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Weekly Response Paper# 13 “declaration of the rights of man and the citizens” After todays reading the most noteworthy topic that caught my attention was the “declaration of the rights of man and the citizens” by the French Constituent Assembly on August 1789, which is considered to be one of the most significant events of the French Revolution. This document proclaim the natural rights of a person’s freedom of speech, communication of opinions, rights of liberty, property, security, employment, honor and so and so forth. This document has a great importance in the history of law, as well as in today’s law. If we look back to our current society and its regulations, we would be able to find the same formula that applies in both historical and current con
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