From Broadside to Pamphlet: Print and Parliament in the Late 1620s

Kyle, Chris R.
March 2007
Parliamentary History (Edinburgh University Press);Mar2007, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p17
Academic Journal
The article discusses the evolution of print media culture and its impact on the parliament during the 1620s. It highlights the print restrictions posted by the House of Lords in 1624. A discussion is presented concerning the development of the culture, which represented the use of print media in the 1640s. Moreover, included in its scope is a discussion on the anomalies involving the Jacobean parliaments.


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