(a) The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen proclaimed freedom of speech and expression to be a natural right. (b) Censorship was abolished. Newspapers, books and pamphlets flooded French towns and reached the countryside as well. (c) Events and changes taking place in France were frankly discussed. (d) Plays, songs and festive processions attracted large numbers of people. Thus people could identify with ideas of liberty and equality easily.
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