Prentis St. Popped

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Fifth Estate # 36, August 15-31, 1967

Share this on… Kitty Genovese died in Queens while fifty people watched. Thomas Poindexter lost his seat on the Detroit Common Council when it was reported that he saw a crime being committed and did not even bother to call

The Press of Peace

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Fifth Estate # 34, July 15-31, 1967

Share this on… A good peace never did come easy. One of the real tough things about involvement in a resistance movement is your total lack of power. When LBJ (of “Hey, Hey” fame) addressed a thousand-dollar-a-couple Democratic Party fund

The Press of Peace

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Fifth Estate # 33, July 1-15, 1967

Share this on… Hey! Hey! LBJ—Look What’s happenin’ in America today: Vietnam Summer, 1967. From coast-to-coast 4,000 people in 48 states have stepped forward to work on Vietnam Summer projects to end the war…and that number is on the rise.

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