In an era when journalistic integrity has all but given way to the corporate bottom line and the regurgitation of government spin, a new book is being published. Goats in Prison: From Hippies to Headlines will offer an exciting look at the early years of one of the few surviving examples of America's "underground press." Smartly edited, this book will document the anti-war movement beginning in 1970 with actual articles, photographs, cartoons and even advertisements, chronicling events and the struggle to report them up to the present day. "Make no mistake about it" (as Richard Nixon would say), this book is no acid trip down foggy-memory lane. The Columbus Free Press is still publishing. This fact alone is what separates this book from those in the Woodstock-flashback publishing genre. It is an insiders' look at what really happened, and still is happening. Perhaps only in the conservative heartland could left-wing journalism find the motivation to survive for 35 years...and there is much to learn from its history. Steve Conliff, former Freeper from the 70s is editing the book.