Alex Esclamado

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Alex Esclamado (April 2, 1929 – November 11, 2012) was a Filipino-born American newspaper publisher, lawyer and journalist. In 1961, Esclamado founded the Philippine News out of his home in the Sunset District of San Francisco, California.[1] Esclamado became a vocal opponent of former Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos after his government declared martial law in 1972.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Joseph, Drew (2012-11-15). "Alex Esclamado - Philippine News publisher". San Francisco Chronicle (SFGate). Retrieved 2012-12-10.