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Politicians and pamphleteers : propaganda during the English civil wars and interregnum

Author: Jason Peacey
Publisher: Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In Politicians and Pamphleteers, Dr. Peacey highlights the different dynamics at work in the conception, publication and distribution of polemical works, pulling together diverse strands to be studied within the wider political context. In so doing be explores the relationship between political events and literary and intellectual prose in an era of unrest and upheaval. Incorporating into the political history of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jason Peacey
ISBN: 0754606848 9780754606840
OCLC Number: 223413053
Description: p. cm.
Contents: 1. Politicians and the Propaganda Impulse --
2. Authors and the Propaganda Impulse --
3. Decoding Pamphlets --
4. Licensing and Propaganda --
5. Politicians and the Press --
6. Politicians and the Writing Process --
7. The Limits of Propaganda --
8. The Propagandist and the Politician --
Epilogue: Propaganda, the State, and the Public Sphere.
Other Titles: Propaganda during the English civil wars and interregnum
Responsibility: Jason Peacey.
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This study reveals the heightened importance of print in both the lives of the members of the political nation and the minds of the political elite in the civil wars and Interregnum. It demonstrates  Read more...

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