underground press


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Noun1.underground press - a system of clandestine printing and distribution of dissident or banned literature
print media - a medium that disseminates printed matter
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Gitlin said he and others in the underground press were as aghast at the crimes as those in the so-called silent majority -- what President Richard Nixon dubbed the older generation.
The exhibit includes printing equipment and ephemera from the Underground Press Syndicate and other free press counter-culture newspaper movements across the United States.
Contract award notice: supply of underground press container.
The earlier interviews appeared in underground press publications while the later in major literary and academic journals.
Chapter titles include Spanish-Language Anarchist Periodicals in Early Twentieth-Century; Meeting the Modernistic Tide: The Book as Evangelical Battleground in the 1940's; and The Clowning of Richard Nixon in the Underground Press.
Adam Michnik, a Polish attendee, was already championing the underground press in Warsaw and the Workers' Defense Committee, the first major anti-Communist organization in Eastern Europe.
Police seized an underground press in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria for allegedly printing leaflets against the security forces, security officials said.
But the underground press became the main forum for war and post-war issues, and featured discussions of the colonial relationship.
movement as a journalist for the underground press during the 1970s and
On the ground; an illustrated anecdotal history of the sixties underground press in the U.
Reading the collections of the underground press from half a century ago makes time traveling real.
Smoking Typewriters: The Sixties Underground Press and the Rise of Alternative Media in America, John McMillan, Oxford University Press, 304 pages]

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