Always be cool

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Fifth Estate # 85, August 7-20, 1969

Share this on… Editors’ note: This article is being printed so that we can stop brothers and sisters from being needlessly busted. It was written by a Detroit lawyer who wants to remain anonymous. Don’t be careless! Learn from the

Film review

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Fifth Estate # 81, June 12-25, 1969

Share this on… When you see “Goodbye, Columbus,” you think how amazing-that this crew of film makers could take such familiar material and make it so fresh. Share this on…

Smokey the Bear Sutra

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Fifth Estate # 81, June 12-25, 1969

Share this on… Once in the Jurassic, about 150 million years ago, the Great Sun Buddha in this corner of the Infinite Void gave a great Discourse to all the assembled elements and energies: to the standing beings, the walking

Miss Student Body

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Fifth Estate # 80, May 29-June 11, 1969

Share this on… Author’s note: I tried to write a journalistic reportorial article about the “Miss Student Body” rape held on the WSU campus in honor of Fraternity Week, where mutilated people voted on the headless pictures of women in

Vodka in the USSR

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Fifth Estate # 305, March 18, 1981

Share this on… Note: The following is an excerpt from an article, “The Regime and the Working Class in the USSR,” by Viktor Zaslaysky which appeared in Telos No. 42, Winter 1979-80. Telos, “a quarterly journal of radical thought,” is

Smokey the Bear Sutra

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Fifth Estate # 307, November 19, 1981

Share this on… Once in the Jurassic, about 150 million years ago, the Great Sun Buddha in this corner of the Infinite Void gave a great Discourse to all the assembled elements and energies: to the standing beings, the walking

A Challenge to the Prison Movement

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Fifth Estate # 307, November 19, 1981

Share this on… FE Note: The following article was sent to us anonymously several months ago and has generated an enormous amount of discussion among us by its charges that prisoners who are “thugs, murderers, pimps, rapists, conmen of every

Dope study-junk!

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Fifth Estate # 59, August 1-14, 1968

Share this on… Reprinted from the San Francisco Express-Times San Francisco—The American Medical Association’s report on the dangers of marijuana poses the issue in the lingo of narcotics police, not in scientific or humanitarian language, according to Dr. Joel Fort.

Mixed Mead-Ear

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Fifth Estate # 59, August 1-14, 1968

Share this on… In this fortnight past of sparse record releases we were given new albums by the Doors, Ten Years After, Buffalo Springfield, Pink Floyd and Jeff Beck, along with Phil Ochs’ tape from California and Paul Butterfield’s latest

Jr. Cops and Anti-Nukers

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Fifth Estate # 298, June 19, 1979

Share this on… The article which follows was originally produced as a leaflet and distributed at the Monroe anti-nuke demonstration on June 2nd, 1979. The Monroe demo was itself even more frustrating than the Midland gathering, and has solidified for

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