1. Reading and Radicalization: Print, Politics, and the American Revolution
  2. Eric Slauter
  3. pp. 5-40
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  1. The Revolution in Popular Publications: The Almanac and New England Primer, 1750-1800
  2. Patrick Spero
  3. pp. 41-74
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  1. Between Script and Specie: Cadwallader Colden's Printing Method and the Production of Permanent, Correct Knowledge
  2. John Dixon
  3. pp. 75-93
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  1. Defining the Right Side of Virtue: Crowd Narratives, the Newspaper, and the Lee-Mercer Dispute in Rhetorical Perspective
  2. Alexander B. Haskell
  3. pp. 120-145
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  1. The Printer and the "Peasant": Benjamin Franklin and Pierre-André Gargaz, Two Philosophers in Search of Peace
  2. Ellen R. Cohn
  3. pp. 146-172
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  1. Liberation Technology: Black Printed Protest in the Age of Franklin
  2. Richard S. Newman
  3. pp. 173-198
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  1. Afterword
  2. David D. Hall
  3. pp. 199-212
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  1. Introduction
  2. James N. Green, Rosalind Remer
  3. pp. 1-4
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