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Fifth Estate # 64, October 17-30, 1968

Share this on… New York’s Film Festival proved once again how utterly impossible it is to satisfy a mixed media audience with the subjective selections of any group of film tasters. Some critics thought there was too much Godard, or

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Fifth Estate # 90, October 16-29, 1969

Share this on… Tokyo, Sept. 18 There’s no Women’s Liberation Movement in Japan—which certainly needs one—and so the 1969 Miss International Beauty Pageant went off without a hitch in the Hall of Martial Arts here last week. Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 88, September 18-October 1, 1969

Share this on… Abbie Hoffman explains the reason for the grass shortage in his new book, The Woodstock World (about to be published by Random House). Federal narcs armed with hundreds of thousands of dollars went to Mexico, says Abbie,

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Fifth Estate # 87, September 4-17, 1969

Share this on… The U.S. Post Office, which god knows has enough to do just trying to keep the mail flowing, has taken it upon itself to prejudge the contents of private letters. I got a postcard the other day

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Fifth Estate # 86, August 21-September 3, 1969

Share this on… THE ENEMY: If Hoover really did have RFK’s authorization to tap Martin Luther King’s phone why doesn’t he produce the signed memo that says so. James Bennett, director of Federal prisons for almost 30 years, has now

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Fifth Estate # 85, August 7-20, 1969

Share this on… The grass famine’s on in Mexico, too. When I was down there last week many of my friends were also bemoaning the fate of acres of the lush crop supposedly sprayed by poison and napalm. (This may

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Fifth Estate # 84, July 24-August 6, 1969

Share this on… NEW YORK: City officials have turned down, sight unseen, a plan to turn NYC’s individual subway stations into fascinating communities, more or less reflective of the areas in which they exist. Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 83, July 10-23, 1969

Share this on… One of the basic fundamentals of conservatism, presumably, is to conserve what you’ve got (no matter how much somebody else might need it) and to this extent at least, William Buckley, heir to a $100 million fortune,

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Fifth Estate # 82, June 26-July 9, 1969

Share this on… LEARY RUNS FOR GOV. Tim Leary says that he’ll conduct a “grass roots campaign for governor of California, beginning with a train tour of the state in September. He already has the support of more than 100

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Fifth Estate # 81, June 12-25, 1969

Share this on… A commune calling itself the Kingdom of Endor tried to plan The Great Aspen Freak Festival in the little Colorado town for this July but carelessly announced that 100,000 hippies-could be expected—and that blew the whole thing.

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