Aldo No Moro

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Fifth Estate # 292, June 19, 1978

The bullet-ridden body of former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro, which was discovered a short distance from the Italian Communist Party (CP) headquarters on May 9, brought the expected cries of protest from the expected quarters. From the crowned heads

Did You Ever Want To Kill Your Boss?

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Fifth Estate # 289, January 24, 1978

Panel 1: Drawing of an angry man. Angry man: Work stinks! Response, off: Well, you’re not the only one. Panel 2: Two men in conversation Man 1: When we fuck up on the job and steal from our boss, we

Call Long-Distance

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Fifth Estate # 289, January 24, 1978

The Yippies have done it again—snatched the new long distance credit card codes almost as soon as Ma Bell put them out.

Who Are the Real Terrorists?

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Fifth Estate # 289, January 24, 1978

The following is a letter forwarded to us (after translation) by friends in Seattle. Though some of the factual information has already been published previously in the FE (see Oct./Nov. and Dec. ’77 issues) we found its first-hand nature and

Underground Incorporated

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Fifth Estate # 56, June 19-July 1, 1968

SAN FRANCISCO, June 12 — Eldridge Cleaver, the Black Panther leader, was released from the California medical facility prison at Vacaville this afternoon on a court order that criticized the cancellation of his parole.

Rock and Roll Dope

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Fifth Estate # 56, June 19-July 1, 1968

A strange polarization (or maybe it’s a natural one) seems to be happening with rock and roll fans right now, with white teenage audiences turning toward either total freek scenes or greasy reactionary hostility when confronted with the revolutionary guerrilla

Stokely: “We got to get some guns”

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Fifth Estate # 56, June 19-July 1, 1968

To the delight of the Black populace of Detroit, Stokely Carmichael, on a mission to raise funds for the incarcerated Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver, the convicted H. Rap Brown and other up-tight black freedom fighters, came to town June

Freak Your Nark

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Fifth Estate # 56, June 19-July 1, 1968

The author of the following helpful hints is an attorney employed by the federal government of the United States of America in Washington, D.C. Obviously, he prefers to remain underground in our interest and his own. —eds

Mace

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Fifth Estate # 55, June 4-18, 1968

It’s no secret that police departments around the country are arming themselves to the hilt in anticipation. They intend to get ready for anything and everything.

The Revolt of the Animals

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Fifth Estate # 288, December 1977

The Revolt of the Animals * An October issue of Earth News reported that a cow in the mid west United States came down with a bad case of the farts after continually eating vegetation that was gas producing. Disgusted

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