Masthead

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Fifth Estate # 4, February 12-March 1, 1966

THE FIFTH ESTATE 1107 W. WARREN DETROIT 1, MICH. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER: Harvey Ovshinsky EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Robin Dibner, Steven Dibner, Steve Simons

Wayne Prof. Escalates Own Peace

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Fifth Estate # 4, February 12-March 1, 1966

William Bunge, Geography Professor at Wayne State University, last week issued the following statement concerning his own steps in protesting the war in Vietnam. Mr. Bunge’s action was made known immediately after the recent Selective Service decision to draft those …

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Reward

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Fifth Estate # 4, February 12-March 1, 1966

Reward For information leading to the apprehension of JESUS CHRIST WANTED—FOR SEDITION, CRIMINAL ANARCHY, VAGRANCY, AND CONSPIRACY TO OVERTHROW THE ESTABLISHED GOVERNMENT DRESSES POORLY. SAID TO BE A CARPENTER BY TRADE. ILL-NOURISHED, HAS VISIONARY IDEAS. ASSOCIATES WITH COMMON WORKING PEOPLE, …

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Detroit Protest set for March

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Fifth Estate # 4, February 12-March 1, 1966

Work on the second International Days of Protest scheduled for March 25 and 26 has begun. For Detroit, a whole weekend of activities is projected. The plans are as follows:

4, February 12-March 1, 1966

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Fifth Estate # Archive

Fifth Estate Issue #4, February 12-March 1, 1966 WEB CONTENTS ALL FIFTH ESTATE ISSUES FIFTH ESTATE HOME

Unclassifieds

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Fifth Estate # 42, November 15-30, 1967

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).

Govt. Plans to Probe New Left

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Fifth Estate # 42, November 15-30, 1967

NEW YORK—The American Civil Liberties Union has warned that a new round of anti-Communist investigation by congressional committees could turn into a “congressional inquisition” and jeopardize freedom of speech and association.

Canadian Fuzz Bust UPS Papers

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Fifth Estate # 42, November 15-30, 1967

The recent arrest of Andrew Mikolasch, editor of Toronto’s Underground Press Syndicate paper, Satyrday, has completed the cycle of busts on all of Canada’s U.P.S. papers. Earlier this year the Canadian Free Press from Ottowa and Georgia Straight from Vancouver …

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Art

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Fifth Estate # 42, November 15-30, 1967

Things are happening in the Detroit art scene, and the latest event was the opening of the BRUSH and STONE Art Gallery, at 328 E. Eight Mile Road!

These men didn’t resist

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Fifth Estate # 42, November 15-30, 1967

The draft resistance action at the Cadillac Tower Selective Service headquarters on October 16 and the busloads of people from Detroit who joined the assault on the Pentagon in Washington, DC brought the first winds of the new turn taken …

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