The Mass Media in this perspective outdid it self by promotingthe voice of the public nation wide and gave their full andenthusiastic hand to the judges in rally. It played the socialresponsibility part to its full potential and not only did it reportthe disabled judges but also helped raise the voices of the nationon this topic as well.
This movement is based on the right of an individual, andadvocates absence of restraint. The basis of this theory dates back to 17th century England when the printing press made it possible to print several copies of a book or pamphlet at cheaprates. The State was thought of as a major source of interferenceon the rights of an individual and his property. Libertariansregarded taxation as institutional theft. Popular will
was granted precedence over the power of State.Advocates of this theory were
, an early 16th century philosopher,
of Great Britain in the17th century,
, the epic poet ("
, an essayist ("
"). Milton in
in 1644,referred to a self righting process if free expression is permitted"let truth and falsehood grapple." In 1789, the French, in their Declaration “Of the Rights of Man”, wrote "
Every citizen may speak, write and publish freely
." Out of such doctrines came theidea of a "free marketplace of ideas." George Orwell definedlibertarianism as "allowing people to say things you do not wantto hear". Libertarians argued that the press should be seen as the
reflecting public opinion.