Terrorism & Media

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Fifth Estate # 323, Summer, 1986

“Is any given bombing…the work of leftist extremists, or of extreme right-wing provocation, or staged by centrists to bring every terrorist extreme into disrepute and to shore up its own failing power, or again, is it a police-inspired scenario in

Madness and Nuclear Drama on TV

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Fifth Estate # 312, Spring 1983

Within the space of one week in March, two films dealing with different aspects of nuclear madness appeared on Network television. In “The China Syndrome,” a film which had been released right at the time of the Three Mile Island

How ‘Mad’ was Norman?

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Fifth Estate # 312, Spring 1983

FE NOTE: The following article arrived in the mail just as our last issue was going to the printer. Since that time, the government has closed the case on the shooting of Norman Mayer on Dec. 8, 1982 and his

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