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Adevru; meaning "The Truth," formerly spelled Adevrul) is a
Romanian daily newspaper, based in Bucharest. Founded in 1871 and
reestablished in 1888, it was the main left-wing press venue to be
published during the Romanian Kingdom's existence, adopting an
independent pro-democratic position, advocating land reform and
universal suffrage. Under its successive editors Alexandru Beldiman
and Constantin Mille, it became noted for its virulent criticism of
King Carol I, which developed into a republican and socialist
agenda, which made Adevrul clash with the Kingdom's authorities on
several occasions. As innovative publications which set up several
local and international records during the early 20th century,
Adevrul and its sister daily Dimineaa competed for the top position
with the right-wing Universul before and throughout the interwar
period. In 1920, Adevrul also began publishing its prestigious
cultural supplement, Adevrul Literar i Artistic.
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