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Making Publics

How did new groups of people form outside of tradition and hierarchy in early modern Europe? What might the rise of these new forms of association between diverse men and women, around common interests, say about the rise of our own society? Can we learn anything from these 'publics'? What can they tell us about the way our modern society works, and how public interests rise and fall?

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