Areopagitica

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N. Douglas, 1927 - Freedom of the press - 40 pages
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User Review  - trstockand - LibraryThing

I used Areopagitica as the basis for my term paper in one of my history courses. Milton was one of the first to claim the need for a free press as an essential check on the powerful. I purchased this copy when I was still in high school for 25 cents at a garage sale of a neighbour up the street. Read full review

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User Review  - wonderperson - LibraryThing

This guy is the apologist for freedom of the press. An LSE Public Lecture Tribute to the late Roger Silverstone is the inspiration. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
14
Section 2
15
Section 3
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