underground press

NOUN
  1. a system of clandestine printing and distribution of dissident or banned literature
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How To Use underground press In A Sentence

  • Not content with that we put out a morse service for the editors of Europe's underground press-and morse is almost impossible to jam. That Dragon Goebbels
  • Newspaper clippings from the underground press during the emergency are also included.
  • Demonstrations, self-immolation, and an active underground press became the primary means of resistance.
  • It used to take anywhere from 10 to 20 years for an idea, a notion or news or information, to rise from graffiti on a wall to mimeographed zine to the underground press to the alternative press to the mainstream.
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