Policing Public Opinion in the French Revolution: The Culture of Calumny and the Problem of Free Speech

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À Maximilien Robespierre et à ses royalistes, 207
Abbaye de Dommartin, 99, 156, 167
Abbaye prison, 157, 216
Abbeville, 258–259n28
absolutists, absolutist state, 10, 20, 30, 43, 58, 63
academies
Académie des sciences, 57
Académie française, 32, 48, 57
Academy of Besançon, 202
academy of censors, 69
royal academies, 24, 32, 142
Accord de la religion et des cuites chez une nation libre, 202
Acte Constitutionnel. See Constitution of 1793
Administration of the Book Trade. See Book Trade
Adresse aux assemblées primaires du département de Chaâlons, 122
Aignay-le-Duc, 275n32
Aisne, 120–121
Aix-en-Provence, 75, 82
Alais, 144
Alembert, Jean Le Rond d’, 56
Albis, 144
Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, 7, 240–241n19
almanacs, 68
Alquier, Charles-Jean-Marie, 100
Alsace, 144
Amaury, 188
Americans, 124, 214, 236
Ami de la clergé et de la noblesse, 119
Ami des lois, 130
Ami du peuple, 102, 115, 124–125, 161, 205, 262n9
Ami du roi, 122, 125, 161, 168–169
Amiens, 78, 259n30
amnesty, 11, 119, 123, 161
“Answer to the Question: What Is Enlightenment?” (Kant), 6–7
anarchy, 8, 36, 61, 64, 79, 102, 129, 131, 197, 217, 232–233
Angers, 214, 259n30
Angoulême, 153, 211
Annalespatriotiques et littéraires, 120, 185, 207, 266n97
Annales-School, 42
antitotalitarian movements, 241n24
apologizing, 47, 114, 150
Ardennes, 212, 215
aréopage, 85
Areopagitica (John Milton), 6, 196
Argenson, Marc Antoine René de Voyer, marquis d’, 253n5
Argis, André-Jean Boucher d’, 182
aristocrats, 165, 174, 176, 203, 211
Armagnac, 85
Arras, 18, 145, 272n45, 284n77
arrêtés. See Legislation
art critics, 31–32
Artois, comte de, 159, 170
atheism, 27, 135, 202
Aube, 119
Auger, Anthanase, 201
Aulard, Alphonse, 240n8, 241n27
Australia, 290n34
Austrian Committee, 179, 185
Austrian War, 125, 185, 202, 204–205, 208, 212, 215
Autun, 86, 259n41, 260n59
Babeuf, François-Noël, 229
Baecque, Antoine de, 87
Bailly, Jean-Sylvain, 106, 163, 179
Bailly, L.-J., 213–215
Baker, Keith Michael, 30–31, 56–57, 243n8, 248n78
Bale, 193
Ballet du déserteur, 164
banishment, 6, 47, 80, 113. See also exile; punishment

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