Anarchy & the Sacred

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Fifth Estate # 332, Summer, 1989

FE NOTE: This exchange continues an ongoing discussion in our pages that started with a report on the 1987 Minneapolis anarchist gathering (FE #326, Summer 1987). A letter exchange followed in FE #328, Spring 1988. Back issues can be ordered …

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Recent Poetry


Fifth Estate # 317, Summer 1984

We were pleased to see number 1 of Seditious Delicious (PO Box 6981, New York NY 10150), an openly anti-authoritarian (antiauthor-itarian, too?) poetry magazine. As in all poetry journals, be they little self-published magazines or fancy, established publications, you can …

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Puppets Against Pollution

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Fifth Estate # 340, Autumn 1992

Some 200 local residents turned out to show their opposition to the Detroit incinerator and the ongoing destruction of planetary life systems in early June. Following a dormant phase, this demonstration did much to clear away a pall hanging over …

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“To Embrace the World Rather than Conquer It”


Fifth Estate # 337, Late Summer, 1991

a review of Thinking Like a Mountain: Towards a Council of All Beings, by Joanna Macy, John Seed, et al, illustrations by Dailan Pugh, New Society Publishers, 122 pages, paper, $8.95

Anarchy in Minneapolis


Fifth Estate # 326, Summer, 1987

During the summer solstice weekend of June 18 through 22, some 250 to 300 people converged on Minneapolis, Minnesota, to attend the Anarchist Gathering. It was the second of such continental gatherings, the last one having been held in Chicago …

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Haymarket Centennial


Fifth Estate # 323, Summer, 1986

About 12 of us from Detroit made the trek to Chicago this May Day to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Haymarket riot and subsequent state murder by execution of five anarchists.

Anarchy & the Sacred


Fifth Estate # 328, Spring, 1988

FE Note: This is a response to “More Minneapolis Anarchy,” the letters beginning on the previous page. To Joe Wojack, first of all, let me emphasize that I was in no way discouraging people from reading the anarchist classics; on …

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