Emma Goldman and the Russian Revolution

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… Dear Fifth Estate: While I appreciate David Porter’s long and serious review of my book, Emma Goldman in Exile (see FE #333, Winter 1990), I’d like to take issue with some of his points. Porter criticizes my

News and Reviews

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… When I compare the straight columns, boxed graphics and even type of the Fifth Estate to the graphic wildness and literary adventure of the ‘zine Babyfish Lost Its Momma, it makes me wonder if the FE hasn’t

FE Bookstore

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… The FE Bookstore is located at 4632 Second Ave., just south of W. Forest, in Detroit. We share space with the Fifth Estate Newspaper and may be reached at the same phone number: (313) 831-6800. Visitors are

What’s Happening Next

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… Earth Day supplement page 8 DECLARE THE DEATH OF THE CAR! GM WORLD HEADQUARTERS W. GRAND BLVD. AT SECOND AVE. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, NOON Assemble at WSU Gullen Mall Call 831-6800 for more info. WIN THE LOTTO

Prisoner Updates

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… Geronimo Ji Jaga Pratt has been incarcerated in California’s maximum security prisons for almost 20 years. He was recently transferred to Tehachapi, in southern California, far from his growing base of support in the Bay Area. Share

Remember: we’re still here

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… Attention prisoners! Throughout our 25-year history, this newspaper has maintained a policy of offering free subscriptions, through a special fund provided by our readers, to those held captive by the political state—prisoners and GIs. This is not

Riot Cops Keep Wall Street Open

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… On Monday, April 23, almost 2,000 demonstrators converged on New York’s Wall street and attempted to close this bastion of capitalism. Over 200 were arrested in the action which brought together a coalition of 60 or so

Detroit Seen

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… According to our staff box, this newspaper is officially a quarterly, but in reality, we have become an “episodic,” corning out between or in conjunction with our political, cultural and environmental projects. It has been common practice

Tales from the Planet

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… While nonviolent action in China and Central Europe last year grabbed headlines around the globe, North American media seems to have all but forgotten the ongoing nonviolent direct action campaign for a nuclear-free future. Yet in 1989,

Innu People Resist NATO

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on… Canada is illegally renting out the territory of the Innu people to the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) countries so that their bombers can practice bombing and surprise attacks. The establishment of a permanent NATO base could

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