Printing, Propaganda, and Martin Luther


 collapse sectionIntroduction
 Printing and the Reformation Movements
 Narrative from the Perspective of What Contemporaries Knew and When They Likely Knew It
 Reception and Re-presentation
 The Role of the Press in the Debates over Authority
 Some Methodological Considerations
 An Overview
 expand sectionChapter One—  Evangelical and Catholic Propaganda in the Early Decades of the Reformation
 expand sectionChapter Two—  First Impressions in the Strasbourg Press
 expand sectionChapter Three—  The Catholic Dilemma
 expand sectionChapter Four—  Luther's Earliest Supporters in the Strasbourg Press
 expand sectionChapter Five—  Scripture as Printed Text
 expand sectionChapter Six—  Contested Authority in the Strasbourg Press
 expand sectionChapter Seven—  Catholics on Luther's Responsibility for the German Peasants' War
 expand sectionConclusion—  A Revised Narrative

 expand sectionNotes
  Bibliography of Primary Works Discussed or Cited in the Text
 expand sectionIndex

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