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The Illusion of the “Free” and “Objective” Press

From corporate owners to self-censorship, the press does not operate freely but rather propagates the interests of the ruling class


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Tarik Ata

Tarik Ata

History with Politics graduate, currently doing an MA in Global History. Freelance Writer. I have a wide array of interests far too many for this bio.

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