The Free Press

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The original Columbus Free Press grew out of the anti-war movement on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in October 1970. Inspired by the activism against the Vietnam War and the senseless killings at Kent State, the underground paper was published for a 25-year tumultuous history (1970-1995). Like other underground alternative publications around the country, the Free Press went through many changes through the years. It served as the voice of the students in the early 70's, reporting on social justice issues such as sexism, racism, peace activism, corporate misdeeds, ... More » (Source: The Free Press)

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Media: Online
Audience: (English)
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Edited By: Ezra Fox
Last Edit: Jul 30, 2007 - 1:27 PM PDT
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Top Authors: Bob Fitrakis (8), Harvey Wasserman (7), Bob Fitrakis Harvey Wasserman (1), Steven Rosenfeld (1), Gerry Bello (1), Craig Aaron (1)
Top Formats: News Report (5), News Analysis (2), News (1), Opinion (1), Special Report (1)
 
 
 
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Overall Rating
3.3

Average
from 30 story reviews
Quality
3.4
Facts
3.6
Fairness
3.2
Information
3.4
Insight
2.0
Sourcing
2.6
Style
3.4
Accuracy
2.6
Balance
1.6
Context
3.2
Depth
3.9
Enterprise
3.8
Expertise
1.0
Originality
1.0
Relevance
4.5
Transparency
1.0
Responsibility
1.0
Popularity
3.2
Recommendation
3.5
Credibility
3.2
# Reviews
2.3
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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