The Free Press has been getting it right since 1970. When no one else would champion the rights of gays, lesbians and bisexuals, the Free Press editorialized on behalf of the gay community and universal human rights. When environmentalists were considered crazy tree-huggers on acid, the Free Press pointed out how they were right on sustainability. When no one would take on this town's modern day robber barons and their wholly owned political subsidies, the Free press exposed the secret world of the power elite. The work of the Free Press has been so valuable to the public its contents have been archived by no fewer than three major data bases for more than two decades. In honor of that tradition the Free Press offers articles from the archive.