|Discipline||Sociology and Politics|
|Edited by||Charles Dunoyer and Charles Comte|
Mme. Marchant., 1814 (France)
Le Censeur was a French journal of institutional and legal reform, described sometimes as a Journal Industrialiste, founded in 1814 by Charles Dunoyer and Charles Comte as a platform for their liberal, radical, anti-Bourbon and anti-Bonapartist views. The journal's publication was interrupted due to political difficulties but it reappeared in 1817 under a new title Le Censeur Européen. It was discontinued in 1820 due to repressive press laws.
Le Censeur Europeen