Napoleonic Press. The Public Sphere and Oppositionary Journalism

Author: Trinkle, Dennis
Year:2002
Pages:192
ISBN:0-7734-7127-8
978-0-7734-7127-6
Price:159.95
demonstrates how newspapers kept alive the respect for freedom that had been legitimized by the French Revolution.

Table of Contents

Table of contents (main headings):
Preface; Introduction
1. Toward the Napoleonic Press
2. The Napoleonic Press: The Papers, their Readers, and the Government
3. Patterns of Dissent: Political Opposition in the Periodical Press
4. Matters of State, Not Issues of Faith: The Treatment of Religion by the Press
5. A Public of Consumers: The Affiches and Political Consciousness
6. Along the Beaten Path: The Restoration Press
Conclusion; Bibliography; Index