Contents of print edition

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Fifth Estate # 405, Winter, 2020

Letters, page 2

Issue intro, page 3

The Logic of the Telescope Against the wisdom of Hawaii’s Native People
STEVE KIRK page 4

Seattle Far-Right Shooter’s Trial Ends in Hung Jury: How can we get justice in an unjust system?
RUI PRETI page 6

Museum Chronicles Fightback & Victories Against Gentrification: The storefront housing the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space in NYC.
BILL WEINBERG page 8

Why anarchists should take up the 50-year-old project of the Gray Panthers
ERIC LAURSEN page 10

We Have Work To Do Before Catastrophe Strikes: Musings on My 84th Birthday
DAVE HANSON page 12

Fifth Estate Censored by Prison Authorities: All issues blocked to Pennsylvania prisoners
FE STAFF page 14

Feral Technology: Is going backward the only way forward?
RICH DANA (RICARDO FERAL) page 15

After the Buses Burned: Will Van Spronsen’s Final Act Against Evil
DAVID ROVICS page 16

The Marvelous Dance of Anarchy & Individuality: On the occasion of Emma Goldman’s 150th Birthday
RON SAKOLSKY page 18

Transhumanism? Apocalypse Soon?
JOHN ZERZAN page 21

Will there be a new military draft? Why should we care?
EDWARD HASBROUCK page 22

IWW Takes on the Freelance Journalist Gig Economy
KAMAL ISLAM page 24

Raging Against the Machine at the Dawn of the Anthropocene (review of Red Round Globe Hot Burning)
JOHN CLARK page 25

Anarchist Cuba: Countercultural Politics in the Early Twentieth Century (review)
S.K. page 29

In Havana? Conference on Trotsky?
PETER WERBE page 29

Between Earth and Empire: From the Necrocene to the Beloved Community (review)
PETER LINEBAUGH page 31

Godless: 150 Years of Disbelief (review)
PETER WERBE page 33

Religion: Aztec Style
LOWELL BOILEAU page 34

Parenting Without God: How to Raise Moral, Ethical, and Intelligent Children, Free from Religious Dogma (review)
PW page 35

The U.S. War On Vietnam: Reflection on a Refugee Journey (review)
WENDY WILDFLOWER page 36

Let Us Now Praise Idle Men (and Women)
SUZANNE FREEMAN page 37

Freedom in Solidarity: My Experiences in the May 1968 Uprising (review)
S.K. page 37

A history of a little Detroit printing co-op that gave us “Society of the Spectacle” & a lot more (review)
PETER WERBE page 39

Infomodities: All the Psy-Ops that Fit the Screen
JASON RODGERS page 40

Film as Social Critique: The work of Glauber Rocha (review)
MURIEL LUCAS page 41

Rebellions Rock the World: But, is there still a vision of revolution?
PAUL WALKER page 43

Call of Duterte: Western Reporting on the Philippines’ Totalitarian Drift
TOM SYKES page 46

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