“The Serbs Are the Victims”

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Fifth Estate # 343, Fall-Winter, 1993

One of the unnerving aspects of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia is the realization that the Serbs consider themselves victims. They exhibit incredulous dismay that Western European countries are letting them battle the “Muslim hordes” without joining in. This …

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Recycling & Reforms?

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Fifth Estate # 342, Summer 1993

How a radical community confronts a complexity of ecological contradictions Unlike the Green backsliding politicians denounced by Saral Sarkar in the adjoining article, no party in the U.S. has ever taken a principled stand on ecological issues. Even groups willing …

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The official version of anything is most likely false

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Fifth Estate # 337, Late Summer, 1991

a review of The Relevance of Rexroth by Ken Knabb, Bureau of Public Secrets, P.O. Box 1044, Berkeley, CA 94701. 1990. $5. (Available from FE Books) // Share this on…

They Just Said ‘No’

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Fifth Estate # 335, Winter, 1990-91

Our courageous contemporaries in Eastern Europe had clear ideas about the urgency to do away with a malignant growth which usurped their self-powers and which claimed to be indispensable to social well-being. They were less clear about what, if anything, …

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