il manifesto (Italian pronunciation: ; English: "the manifesto") is an Italian language daily newspaper published in Rome, Italy. While it calls itself communist, it is not connected to any political party. il manifesto was founded as a monthly review in 1969 by a collection of left-wing journalists engaged in the wave of critical thought and activity on the Italian left in that period. Its founders included Luigi Pintor, Valentino Parlato, Lucio Magri and Rossana Rossanda. In April 1971, it became a daily. Although critical of the Italian Communist Party (PCI), it was popular with many party supporters who saw it as more lively and independent than the party newspaper l'Unità. More information...

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