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by John Milton

Keywords: freedom of the press, rhetoric, political writing

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Milton’s Areopagitica and the First Modern Amendment
“Few liberal arguments for free expression have suffered more from this reductionism than John Milton’s 1644 tract, Areopagitica. In some respects the foundational essay of the free speech tradition, Areopagitica is a subtle, richly textured polemic that displays not only the wit, eloquence, and dense, evocative imagery one expects from its author but also considerable political and theological sophistication, as well as cunning and passion born of Milton’s active engagement in the revolutionary struggles of his day. “
Contains: Content Analysis, Historical Context
Author: Blasi, Vincent

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013