History of French journalism  

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In France, the freedom of press Act was passed in 1881, giving citizens the right to read and create any newspaper of his choice. In 1935, a new act was passed to protect the right of the journalist to work in good conditions, responding to the demand of the main journalist's Union, the Syndicat national des journalistes, and Union syndicale des journalistes CFDT signed the charte de Munich, a stylebook dedicated to protect the deontology and spirit of journalism on a broadbased attempt to boost it all over the world.




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