The rule aims to control access by others to a meaning being conveyed as well as to control the ability of the pamphleteer to convey a meaning.
A pamphleteer by temperament, she knew that sedition and controversy are fired by printed matter.
He was a novelist, a critic, a journalist, a pamphleteer , an investigator and he also saw writing as a way of thinking about problems.
The Levellers were an informal alliance of pamphleteers and army agitators who emerged during the upsurge of political and religious freethinking unleashed by the conflict between Parliament and king in the 1640s.
They are the historical descendants of Founding Fathers like Thomas Paine and other pamphleteers who contributed enormously to our democracy.
As more people become politically active, the greater the extent of partisan pamphleteering as opposed to more moderate discourse.
Yet a superficial revival of radical pamphleteering hides what is really going on.
For all their utility as traffic wardens and deputised keepers of the peace, there are also the satgas that kidnap opposition pamphleteers , beat up journalists, and chase rivals down the main street waving machetes.
We are at the beginning of a new age of online publishing - and I predict that this generation of online pamphleteers is just the first wave.
In other words, after three decades of debate and argument, demonstrations and denunciations, politicking and pamphleteering , nothing has changed.