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Free Press

Free Press is a national organization "working to increase informed public participation in media policy debates, and to generate policies that will produce a more competitive and public interest-oriented media system." The Free Press Web site is what you might expect of a watchdog group: a place to keep up on the media reform movement, do some background reading on media control and abuse, and learn what you can do to fight the power. takes its name from the 18th-century philosopher, revolutionary, and author of The Rights of Man and Common Sense. The site collects and comments on current events from a progressive point of view.

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