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And he also goes so far as to say that “no man should incur the least Penalty, or Censure for printing and publishing true Copies of the Speeches made by our Representatives in Parliament,” which was also not allowed at the time. In suggesting these modifications to standing law, Squire would allow the actions of government to be held to the scrutiny of the people—a Liberal idea—but not to such an extent that even gross wrongs might challenge the authority of the crown—a classical nonLiberal idea.
10 This character insists that a prime minister would be derelict of his duties were he not to “vigorously . . repress” these “professed enemies to peace and piety,” concerned as he was with the reputation and state of 28 MEDIA PRESSURE ON FOREIGN POLICY both the monarchy and religion in Britain. 11 The free press, in Squire’s age, indeed took liberty with satire and defamation of those in positions of authority. The crux of the problem with these pamphleteers—for those who wanted to suppress their voices, that is—was that the government officials in question had their positions at the pleasure of the sovereign, and the crown was always to be above the ridicule of the masses.
Because exporting a process is not the same as exporting a philosophy. Liberalism emerged gradually from the early eighteenth century as an awakening to the notion that some individuals are not inherently superior to others in the context of commoners and aristocrats. By 1776, the notion was a foundation to the political philosophy of the Americans during their revolution against feudal Britain (which was unique in that it threw off British control but did not rebel against an indigenous feudal system).