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Chicago Tribune

 

a daily newspaper in the USA. The Chicago Tribune, founded in 1847, is published in Chicago by the Tribune Company. It is closely connected with influential monopolistic groups of the Midwest. Circulation, more than 750,000; Sunday edition, 1.1 million (1977).

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