Essays On Important Subjects

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Categories: Nonfiction

John Trenchard was a member of the Whig reform party, and was a strong defender of change in Britain, and a critic of the policy William IlI. He collaborated with Thomas Gordon in a “London weekly”, “


The Independent Whig” in 1720-1721. Their most famous work was in letters signed "Cato" between 1720 and 1723. In these Letters, Trenchard and Gordon attacked corruption, high-church views and the failure to punish those involved in the South Sea Company. “Essays on important subjects” is the part of the “Cato Letters”.

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