Licensing Loyalty

Licensing Loyalty

In Licensing Loyalty, historian Jane McLeod explores the evolution of the idea that the royal government of eighteenth-century France had much to fear from the rise of print culture. She argues that early modern French printers helped foster this view as they struggled to negotiate a place in the expanding bureaucratic apparatus of the French state. Printers in the provinces and in Paris relentlessly lobbied the government, hoping to convince authorities that printing… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (February 11, 2011)

Collection: Penn State Series in the History of the Book

Page count: 312 pages

Language: English


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