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Newspaper which has come to embody the ideology of liberal, middle‐class, regional, and metropolitan England in popular perception. From its founding as the weekly Manchester Guardian in 1821, it was a radical voice, demanding liberal economic and political reform. It became a daily from 1855, but did not drop its ‘Manchester’ prefix until 1959.

Subjects: British History.

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