Nervous Brass Hit Anti-War GIs

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Fifth Estate # 78, May 1-14, 1969

FT. JACKSON, S.C.—Military hearings began April 22 at this Southern Army base into the cases of eight anti-war GIs being harassed by the post brass. // Share this on…

Anti-War Activists Sue Metro Airport

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Fifth Estate # 78, May 1-14, 1969

In response to the arrest of two antiwar GIs and the steady harassment of military organizers, the Detroit Resistance and the Detroit Committee to End the War in Vietnam have launched a law suit against the Board of County Road …

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Masthead

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Fifth Estate # 78, May 1-14, 1969

Fifth Estate A Newspaper of Detroit FIFTH ESTATE #78, May 1-14, 1969, Vol. 3 No. 26, page 2 EDITORIAL GROUP Alan Gotkin Peter Werbe Cathy West Tommye Wiese DISTRIBUTION Bruce Montrose Fred Frank MUSIC EDITOR John Sinclair STAFF Dena Clamage …

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Editors’ Notes

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Fifth Estate # 78, May 1-14, 1969

ATTENTION GIs: We are interested in any and all written material given you while you are in the service. This includes everything from training manuals to Stars and Stripes. Also, any of you who would like to submit articles or …

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78, May 1-14, 1969

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Fifth Estate # Archive

Fifth Estate Issue #78, May 1-14, 1969 WEB CONTENTS ALL FIFTH ESTATE ISSUES FIFTH ESTATE HOME // Share this on…

Unclassifieds

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Fifth Estate # 77, April 17-30, 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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Buy It By The Lb.

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Fifth Estate # 77, April 17-30, 1969

ANN ARBOR—This city witnessed the first public expression of dissent by Women’s Liberation groups of Michigan Saturday night, March 22, at the Miss Ann Arbor Pageant. // Share this on…

Sincavitch Busted

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Fifth Estate # 77, April 17-30, 1969

Tom Sincavitch, who “quit” the army has again refused active duty at Ft. Riley, Kansas on March 27 and was returned to the stockade “pending referral of new charges.” // Share this on…

Help the Black Panther Party

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Fifth Estate # 77, April 17-30, 1969

The Detroit Black Panther Party has just opened up a new office and asked the community to aid them in securing needed supplies. If you have desks, typewriters or other office machines available they can be put to immediate use …

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Brass Play Games with GI Lives

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Fifth Estate # 77, April 17-30, 1969

from Special and AP Dispatches WASHINGTON—Gen. David M. Shoup, former commandant of the Marine corps, charges that an ambitious elite of high ranking officers, preferring war to peace, is turning the United States into “a militaristic and aggressive nation.” Writing …

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