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Freedom of the press -- Canada.   5
Freedom of the press -- Canada -- Congresses.   2
Freedom of the press -- Canada -- History -- 20th century. : The fog of war : censorship of Canada's media in World War Two / Mark Bourrie.  2012 1
Freedom of the press -- China.   12
Freedom of the press -- China -- Hong Kong. : Hong Kong in transition [electronic resource] : one country, two systems / edited by Robert Ash ... [et al.].  2003 1
Freedom of the press -- China -- Hong Kong -- History -- 20th century.   3
Freedom of the press -- China -- Periodicals. : Zhongguo yu lun jian du nian du bao gao = The annual report on China's watchdog journalism.  2006- 1
Freedom of the press -- Congresses. : Free expression : essays in law and philosophy / [edited by] W.J. Waluchow.  1994 1
Freedom of the press -- Denmark.   2
Freedom of the press -- Developing countries. : The Third World and press freedom / edited by Philip C. Horton ; foreword by John Chancellor.  1978 1
Freedom of the press -- Early works to 1800.   22
Freedom of the press -- England.   20
Freedom of the press -- England -- 17th century. : A modest plea for the due regulation of the press [electronic resource] : in answer to several reasons lately printed against it, humbly submitted to the judgment of authority / by Francis Gregory, D.D. and rector of Hambleden in the county of Bucks.  1698 1
Freedom of the press -- England -- Early works to 1800.   21
Freedom of the press -- England -- History. : Censorship and the press, 1580-1720 / general editors, Geoff Kemp and Jason McElligott.  2009 1
Freedom of the press -- England -- History -- 16th century.   4
Freedom of the press -- England -- History -- 17th century.   4
Freedom of the press -- England -- Law and legislation -- Early works to 1800. : An act to prevent the printing of any the proceedings in the High Court of Iustice, [electronic resource] : erected for trying of James Earl of Cambridge, and others, vvithout leave of the House of Commons, or the said court.  1649 1
Freedom of the press -- England -- London.   2
Freedom of the press -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800.   3
Freedom of the press -- England -- Sources. : A defiance against all arbitrary usurpations or encroachments, either of the House of Lords, or any other, upon the soveraignty of the supreme House of Commons, (the high court of judicature of the land) or upon the rights, properties and freedoms of the people in generall. [electronic resource] : Whereunto is annexed, a relation of the unjust and barbarous proceedings of the House of Lords, against that worthy commoner, Mr. Overton, who standeth by them committed to the most contemptuous goal of Newgate, for refusing to answer to interrogatories, and appealing from that court to the Honourable House of Commons (as by the great Charter of England he was bound) for the triall of his cause. Howsoever the House of Lords do suggest in their commitment of him, that it was for his contemptuous words and gesture, refusing to answer unto their speaker. Which being every mans case, is published ... as it was enclosed in a letter to one of his friends.  1646 1
Freedom of the Press -- Europe.   8
Freedom of the press -- Europe -- 18th century. : The invention of free press : writers and censorship in eighteenth century Europe / Edoardo Tortarolo.  2016 1
Freedom of the press -- Europe, Central.   2
Freedom of the press -- Europe, Central -- History -- 20th century. : Central and Eastern European media under dictatorial rule and in the early Cold War / Olaf Mertelsmann (ed.)  c2011 1
Freedom of the press -- Europe, Eastern.   4
Freedom of the press -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 20th century. : Central and Eastern European media under dictatorial rule and in the early Cold War / Olaf Mertelsmann (ed.)  c2011 1
Freedom of the press -- Europe -- History -- 19th century. : Political censorship of the arts and the press in nineteenth-century Europe / Robert Justin Goldstein.  1989 1
Freedom of the press -- European Union countries. : Defamation via satellite : a European law perspective / by David I. Fisher.  1998 1
Freedom of the press -- Former Soviet republics.   2
Freedom of the press -- Former Soviet republics -- Periodicals. : Narushenie prav zhurnalistov i pressy na territorii SNG v ... godu / Fond zashchity glasnosti.  1996 1
Freedom of the press -- France.   15
Freedom of the press -- France -- Congresses. : Liberty of expression / edited by Philip S. Cook.  c1990 1
Freedom of the press -- France -- Early works to 1800.   4
Freedom of the press -- France -- History -- 18th century -- Sources. : Acte de garantie pour la liberté individuelle : la sureté du domicile, et la liberté de la presse / par le citoyen La Harpe.  1975 1
Freedom of the press -- France -- History -- 19th century. : Censorship of political caricature in nineteenth-century France / Robert Justin Goldstein.  c1989 1
Freedom of the press -- Germany.   4
Freedom of the press -- Germany -- Bavaria -- History. : Bayerns Pressepolitik zwischen Verfassungstreue und Bundespflicht (1815-1837) : ein Beitrag zum bayerischen Souveränitätsverständnis und Konstitutionalismus im Vormärz / von Manfred Treml.  c1977 1
Freedom of the press -- Germany (East) -- History -- Sources. : Freiheit und Öffentlichkeit : politischer Samisdat in der DDR 1985-1989 : eine Dokumentation / Ilko-Sascha Kowalczuk (Hg.)  2002 1
Freedom of the press -- Germany -- History -- 19th century. : Der gefesselte Biedermeier : Literatur, Kultur, Zensur in der guten, alten Zeit / Heinrich Hubert Houben.  1973 1
Freedom of the press -- Germany (West)   2
Freedom of the press -- Germany (West) -- Congresses.   2
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain.   143
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- Cases.   15
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.   30
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- History.   3
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.   3
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.   2
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- History -- Sources. : A collection of political and humorous letters, [electronic resource] : poems, and Articles of News, Publish'd in an Evening Paper, intitled, The National Journal, or, Country Gazette. Which began to be publish'd on Saturday, March 22d, 1746, and was suppress'd on Thursday, June the 12th following, by the Printer and Author's being taken into Custody, and the former confined in Newgate 'till the 26th Day of February, 1746-7, when he was discharg'd by Habeas Corpus; the Suspension of that Act being then just expired.  1748 1
Freedom of the press -- Great Britain -- Law and legislation.   2
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