Policing Public Opinion in the French Revolution The Culture of Calumny and the Problem of Free Speech


This study traces the problem of free speech from the Old Regime to the French Revolution, showing how longstanding obsessions with honour, religion, and morality persisted after the declaration of free speech in 1789, contributed to the Revolution's radicalization and, eventually, the Terror of 1793-1794.

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