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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

UNCLASSIFIEDS cost 50 cents per line per issue. Figure four words per line. (A word is a word including one and two letter words. A phone number is a word. Street numbers are words. Abbreviations should be sensible. DISCOUNT RATES: …

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Rehearse for the Apocalypse

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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

Reprinted from The Seed / UPS YES FOLKS! NOW YOU CAN BE THE FIRST ON YOUR BLOCK TO EXPERIENCE THE ECOLOGICAL DISASTER. WHY WAIT TILL 1980? DON’T LET THE FUTURE TAKE YOU BY SURPRISE. PREPARE NOW FOR THE END OF …

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Feds Get Fred

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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

Fred Chase was wearing an “I am Tom Sincavitch” button pinned to his Levi jacket. Fred was waiting for the FBI to take him from his sanctuary at Sacred Heart Church in much the same way that Tom had waited …

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Women’s News Co-op

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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

A good cigarette is like a woman—the best ones are thin and rich. If there ever was a time to be a woman, Woman it’s now! // Share this on…

Masthead

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Fifth Estate # 411, Spring, 2022

Fifth Estate Radical Publishing since 1965 Vol. 57, No. 1, #411, Spring 2022 The Fifth Estate is an anti-profit, anarchist project published by a volunteer collective of friends and comrades. www.FifthEstate.org No ads. No copyright. Kopimi – reprint freely // …

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Harriet and Harry T. Moore

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Fifth Estate # 411, Spring, 2022

Marius Mason was struck by the story of these early civil rights activists and their assassination by the Ku Klux Klan. He painted this portrait (“Harriet and Harry T Moore”, 2022) using prison coffee as the main medium. The Moores …

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Worker’s Letter to Wayne Strikers

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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

One morning last week I was approached at the plant gate after my shift-by a student passing out your handouts. I spoke to him briefly, and noting the peace symbol painted on my lunchbox, he asked me to pass out …

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Detroit Seen

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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

Answer to last issue’s quiz: The designer of the nationally known Willow Run bomber plant was Charles Lindberg, former Warren-Forest resident and grandson of John C. Lodge, of X-way fame… Rumors of the week: The J.L. Hudson Co. will announce …

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Masthead

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Fifth Estate # 105, May 14-27, 1970

Fifth Estate STAFF Debby Brentz David Gaynes Carol George Alan Gotkin Mike John Keep on Truckin’ Co-op Resa Jannett Jim Kennedy Lee Ann Kennedy David Levison Julie Medvecky Harvey Ovshinsky Dave Riddle Bill Rowe Marilyn Werbe Peter Werbe Cathy West …

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Fifth Estate # 79, May 15-28, 1969

UNCLASSIFIEDS cost 50 cents per line per issue. Figure four words per line. (A word is a word including one and two letter words. A phone number is a word. Street numbers are words. Abbreviations should be sensible. DISCOUNT RATES: …

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