At its zenith in the 1960s and 70s, El Nacional was the foremost clearinghouse for our country’s rich, vibrant intellectual life. That was decades ago. The paper that just shut down was very different.
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After years of resistance, El Nacional stops its print edition indefinitely. For the hegemony, this is the endgame of a long strategy to control newspapers in Venezuela.
What do you call someone who makes the paper he edits run his own speeches as front-page news? Il hacko di tutti i hacki? Folks, El Nacional editor Miguel...
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