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Fifth Estate # 385, Fall, 2011

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FIFTH ESTATE

ANARCHIST FICTION ISSUE

FIFTH ESTATE #385 Fall, 2011, Vol. 46, #2, page 1

Print Edition Contents

2 LETTERS

4 COPYRIGHT OR WRONG by Walker Lane

6 INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SOLIDARITY WITH MARIE MASON

9 HOCKEY RIOTS IN VANCOUVER by Ron Sakolsky

11 A BRIEF HISTORY OF ANARCHIST FICTION by Margaret Killjoy

16 HOPPIN’ ABOARD THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD by Ron Sakolsky and Sean Woods

14 EXCERPTS FROM LIVES OF THE SAINTS by Alan Franklin

19 IT WILL BE LIKE THIS by Phillip Norbury

13 THE NACIREMA by Brien O’Shea

18 COILED ROPE HAIKUS by Zeraph Dylan Moore

21 A MORNING IN THE LIBRARY by Alex Hooks

33 AN ANARCHIST IS AMERICA’S POET LAUREATE

8 VIETNAM: WHERE THE POLITICAL IS STILL PERSONAL by Jim Feast

23 BOOK REVIEW

8 SOME RADICAL NEWS

27 GAZA: YOUTH MANIFESTO by Gazan Youth Break Out

29 GREECE: WE WON’T PAY by Dan Georgakas

31 SPAIN: THE INDIGNADXS by J.E. Hamilton

31 LARRY PORTIS IN MEMORIUM

ISSUE EDITOR: Paul J. Comeau

COVER ARTIST: Violet Onderwater

DESIGN: Cookie Orlando, Wes Strong, Peter Werbe & Kris Notaro

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