Free the Press: The Case for Democratic Control. FREE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP.
Free the Press: The Case for Democratic Control.
Free the Press: The Case for Democratic Control.
Free the Press: The Case for Democratic Control.

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Free the Press: The Case for Democratic Control.

No place (London): self-published, nd (1970?). 8vo. Wrps., 32pp., reproduced from typescript. Felix Dennis's copy, signed and dated by him on the title page (December 1970), and with his bookplate affixed inside upper wrapper. Very Good plus.

A statement by the Free Communications Group, originally circulated among Fleet Street journalists during the early 1970s as an anonymous underground publication, citing the threat of press monopolies and proposing that British journalists take control of policy, content and management. The group published an irregular journal, Open Secret, whose editorial collective included Neal Ascherson and Alexander Cockburn, among others.

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