Los Angeles Free Press

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The Los Angeles Free Press (often called “the Freep”) was among the most widely distributed underground newspapers of the 1960s. It is often cited as the first such newspaper. The Free Press was edited and published weekly, for most of its existence, by Art Kunkin. The paper initially appeared as a broadsheet, in 1964, at the annual Southern California Renaissance Faire. At this time it was entitled “Faire Free Press." In 1965 it became the Los Angeles Free Press."


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