Book Review

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Fifth Estate # 309, June 19, 1982

A review of Powerline: The First Battle of America’s Energy War, Barry M. Casper and Paul David Wellstone, The University of Massachusetts Press, 1981, 314 pp.

A Reply on Poland

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Fifth Estate # 309, June 19, 1982

In response to “The Collapse in Poland” by Rudy Perkins in this issue (FE #309, June 19, 1982). A Movement Which is “Represented” is Unfree. When I hear the term “seizure of power,” my flesh crawls. It is a hideous

FE & the Anti-nuke War Movement

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Fifth Estate # 309, June 19, 1982

Contrary to the impression the accompanying photo may give, we have not been lying down on the job. Rather, since our last issue we have been quite heavily involved in holding several anti-nuclear war conferences (including the one announced in

Blood and Soil Ideologies

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Fifth Estate # 401, Summer 2018

The following is an excerpt from an article commenting on the 1993 Palestine Liberation Organization/Israel peace agreement, “The PLO/Israeli Treaty: Another Defeat for the Palestinians,” from Fifth Estate #343, Fall/Winter 1993.

Isn’t All Money Fake?

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Fifth Estate # 338, Winter, 1992

a review of Counterfeit Currency: How To Really Make Money, M. Thomas Collins, Loompanics Unlimited, P.O. Box 1197, Port Townsend WA 98368, $15; $3 shipping.

France ’68: A Society Explodes

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Fifth Estate # 338, Winter, 1992

a review of Worker-Student Action Committees: France ’68, R. Gregoire & F. Perlman, Black & Red, PO Box 02374, Detroit MI 48202, 1969 (reprinted 1991). Available from B & R or FE Books, $3 plus postage.

The Real Welfare Cheats

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Fifth Estate # 338, Winter, 1992

a review of Waste of the West: Public Lands Ranching, Lynn Jacobs, 1991, P.O. Box 5784, Tucson, AZ 85703, 8-1/2 x 11, 602 pp, $28.

The War on the Poor

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Fifth Estate # 338, Winter, 1992

Capitalism is never good to all of its subjects. Regardless of its carefully honed mythology of democratic access to success and class mobility, capitalist society is a system of looting whereby a few at the top and a small substratum

Turn It Off!

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Fifth Estate # 316, Spring, 1984

The call to turn off television or even to lessen viewing hours certainly should not be interpreted as an inherently radical suggestion, since it emanates constantly from educators, parents, psychologists and others professing concern for the health and morals of

Fifth Estate/Earth First!

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Fifth Estate # 333, Winter, 1990

It already seems like a long time ago, but this past June three of us from the Fifth Estate staff headed out by train to New Mexico for our first Earth First! (EF!) Round River Rendezvous (RRR). This was the

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