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  1. Where would France be today if the publisher of the Parisian newspaper
    L’Aurore had refused to publish Emile Zola’s libelous diatribe, “An
    Open Letter To The President of The Republic,” in 1898? Written at
    a time when all of France believed that Dreyfus was guilty and that
    the French Army was above reproach, the publisher would have been
    wise to refuse such an explosive article. Yet it electrified the
    staff when Zola read it. Editor Georges Clemenceau even ginned up
    the title as, “I ACCUSE!” to ensure that it couldn’t be ignored, and
    that the French people would be informed that there WAS another side
    to the case–no matter how unpopular it appeared to be at the moment.

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