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Fifth Estate # 331, Spring 1989

The following essay by George Bradford continues the discussion of environmental perspectives begun in these pages in our Fall 1987 edition. Our previous special issue, published at that time, “How Deep Is Deep Ecology? A Challenge to Radical Environmentalism” (also

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

BI ANY OTHER NAME: BISEXUAL PEOPLE SPEAK OUT edited by Loraine Hutchins and Lani Kaahumanu Rejected by both Gay and Straight worlds, bisexuals have been a community in exile. With this rich and varied collection, however, bisexual women and men

News & Reviews

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

The prolific III Publishing group, PO Box 1581, Guala CA 95445, recently released two new books. Saab Lofton’s A.D. is set in 2410 where society is organized according to libertarian principles, but a menace from the past threatens the future.

Next Issue: Contra Bookchin

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

Last summer at Goddard College, social ecology luminary Murray Bookchin denounced the FE as “toilet literature flooding into the ecology movement and polluting it,” and a “manifestation of a middle class, petit bourgeois yuppie perspective. AK Press recently published Bookchin’s

Statistics About Our ZIP Code

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

The December North Cass Community Union Newsletter gave some startling statistics about the 48201 ZIP Code the FE office is in. Its population is a scant 13,010 and falling. The median income is $10,001, the lowest of the 192 metro

Mumia Saved from the Electric Chair

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

When Mumia Abu-Jamal’s date with Pennsylvania’s executioner was indefinitely postponed Aug. 7, 1995, ten days before scheduled, it came as a surprise to the ex-Black Panther’s defense team. Judge Albert Sabo, who displayed gross prejudice at both the original trial

Detroit Seen

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

Welcome to our 30th anniversary issue—although you are reading this as we are already into our 31st year. 1965 seems like ancient history or just a heartbeat away, depending on your current age. The cover logo on page one over

Tales from the Planet

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

The British libel proceeding brought by McDonald’s against two activists with Greenpeace London over their fact sheet, “What’s Wrong With McDonald’s,” continued into the new year with no end in sight. The $26 billion a year junk food giant objects

Masthead

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Fifth Estate # 347, Spring, 1996

The Fifth Estate is a cooperative, nonprofit project, publishing since 1965. The people who produce it are a group of friends who do so neither to secure wages nor as an investment in the newspaper industry, but to encourage resistance

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