The Liberal Triennium became an appropriate period to consolidate the revolution started in Cadiz, rescuing the lost work after the coup of 1814. The Inquisition was abolished and freedom of the press was restored to sensitize public opinion and win support for ecclesiastical reform was going to attack. With this in mind, in this article I analyze two aspects of freedom of the press: the criticism that the press and pamphlets held against the clergy and religious things, and the reaction of the ecclesiastical authorities, both the Holy See and the Spanish Bishops. Maximiliano Barrio Gozalo, Universidad de Valladolid.
Maximiliano Barrio Gozalo, Universidad de Valladolid.