Nicaragua & Reagan’s Big Lie

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Fifth Estate # 320, Spring, 1985

“Nicaragua’s continued efforts to subvert its neighbors, its rapid and destabilizing military build-up, its close military and security ties to Cuba and the Soviet Union and its imposition of Communist internal rule.” Such were Ronald Reagan’s reasons, as he left …

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320, Spring, 1985

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Now We All Know What Matters

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Fifth Estate # 407, Fall, 2020

The summary execution of George Floyd by a defender of white supremacy has its antecedents in the contact of Europeans with Africans in the early 17th century. Since then, black people have been killed when any resistance was offered or …

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Graphics Notes

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Fifth Estate # 319, Winter, 1985

The graphics/collages on pages 9-13 are taken from “Manual for Revolutionary Leaders” by M. Velli, and appear in the book in full color. It is available through our book service and is listed on page 18. Each construction contains a …

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407, Fall, 2020

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News & Reviews

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Fifth Estate # 319, Winter, 1985

We continue to receive a tremendous variety of publications for mention in this column, some of them anarchist and/ or syndicalist and libertarian communist, but many of them uncategorizable. It appears that an anarchic, autonomous underground press is flowering. Whereas …

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FE Bookstore

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Fifth Estate # 319, Winter, 1985

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Harsh Sentences in Toronto

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Fifth Estate # 319, Winter, 1985

In a decision that outraged the Toronto anarchist community, Ken Deyarmond was sentenced to six months in jail for assaulting two cops during a demonstration in September 1983 against British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Deyarmond was grabbed by pig Dusko …

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Bits of the world in brief

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Fifth Estate # 319, Winter, 1985

The Innu Indians of Labrador, Canada, like all native peoples caught in the tentacles of civilization, are constantly threatened with imminent annihilation. Since 1980, West Germany has been using this flat barren land, a territory about the size of Nevada …

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Anarchy in the Streets of San Francisco

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Fifth Estate # 319, Winter, 1985

On November 6th, the night of the presidential election, San Francisco’s amorphous and semi-marginal anti-authoritarian “community” called for a funeral march to mourn for freedom, the dead of the next war, and to hope for the death of imperialism and …

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