LICENSING LOYALTY: Printers, Patrons, and the State in Early Modern France
A historian explores the evolution of the idea that the royal government of eighteenth-century France had much to fear from the rise of print culture. McLeod 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.
Publisher: Penn State Univ
Item #: 4760913
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