This edition is derived from that (also edited by L. G. Mitchell) in the Oxford University Press edition of Burke's Writings and Speeches. Thus it reprints that edition's authoritative text--a good feature. Unfortunately the Reflections volume was the most criticized volume of the series, especially for its unreliable introduction. In the introduction to this paperback many inaccuracies have been removed, but it still fails to provide a very satisfactory account of what Burke argued and what provoked him to write the book.
A better scholarly edition for use in college work is that edited by J. C. D. Clark published by Stanford University Press. Trade reprints are generally not very helpful since readers of Reflections really need the help of informed annotation.
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