Terror and Its Discontents is a revealing look into the paradoxical embargo on free expression that underpinned the Robespierrists’s self-proclaimed “despotism of liberty” during the French Revolution. Caroline Weber provides a highly original—and timely—exposition of the political uses of rhetoric and of the links between language and power.
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