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Repubblica (Rome, Italy)

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Uniform title headingRepubblica (Rome, Italy)
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See alsoAbsorbed (work): Lavoro (Genoa, Italy)
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Form of workNewspapers Tabloid newspapers Press, Socialist
Beginning date1976-01-14
Associated countryItaly
Place of originRome (Italy)
Found inLa Fabbrica delle notizie, c1984: t.p. (La Repubblica)
Europa yrbk., 1985: v. 1, p. 644 (La Repubblica, Rome; left-wing daily, f. 1976; ed., Eugenio Scalfari)
Wikipedia, 13 November 2015: La Repubblica (La Repubblica; an Italian daily general-interest newspaper; founded in 1976 in Rome by Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso, led by Eugenio Scalfari and Carlo Caracciolo and Arnoldo Mondadori Editore; born as a radical/socialist newspaper, it has since moderated to a centre-left political stance; debuted on 14 January 1976; presented itself as the first Italian tabloid; currently regarded as on the moderate left wing of the political spectrum)
Lettere al redattore capo, 1994: cover (Il lavoro) p. 5 (socialist daily newspaper of Genoa) p. 10 (director, the socialist Giuseppe Canepa)
Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera, 13 November 2015: Il Lavoro (Il Lavoro; Genovese daily newspaper; begun in 1903, closed in 1992; founded 26 April 1903, by a group of Ligurian leagues, mutual societies, and cooperatives; first issue 7 June, under the direction of Giuseppe Canepa, a representative of the Partito socialista; antifascist positions before and during the Fascist dictatorship; ended 22 September 1992, incorporated into the national daily La Repubblica, thus ceasing to be an autonomous paper and, instead, becoming a local supplement)