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Fifth Estate # 95, December 26, 1969-January 7, 1970

Share this on…To the Editors: Arthur Parumba’s review of Richard Brautigan’s three books was the best thing to appear in the Fifth Estate in ages. His Shell Station sounds like the greatest spot this side of Alice’s Restaurant. By the

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Fifth Estate # 94, December 11-24, 1969

Share this on…Fellow Good Vibrationists, Ever since I’ve been reading Hank Malone’s articles, I acquired the irresistible urge to blast his ideas out of our midst into oblivion, where they belong. Malone’s reflections on art are a classical example of

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Fifth Estate # 93, November 27-December 10, 1969

Share this on…To Those People Who Like The Stooges: I used to like ’em too, just like everyone else, caught-up in that follow-the-other-people, emotional group-cohesion thing. But then I began to think! The Stooges are one example of a group

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Fifth Estate # 92, November 13-26, 1969

Share this on…To the Editors: The Students for a Democratic Society, the Radical Education Project (REP) and other radical groups in Detroit, were set up for harassment in the Detroit Free Press article of October 30, 1969 which printed one

Prisoners Respond to the Fifth Estate

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Fifth Estate # 335, Winter, 1990-91

Share this on…FE staff note: Last issue we sent out 115 sample copies of the Fifth Estate to prisoners, the result of a listing as a free publication in a prison resource handbook. Rather than automatically granting free subscriptions to

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Fifth Estate # 335, Winter, 1990-91

Share this on…Quite a Drag Howdy, Folks! (That’s the only non-sexist salutation I can think of.) Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 334, Summer, 1990

Share this on…Tornado Warning Dear Fifth Estate: We appreciate your kind mention of our group in your last issue (see “300,000 at Pro-Choice Demo—Plus Us,” FE #333, Winter, 1990), but we are not “Storm Warning” as the article identified us.

The spirit of the people

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Fifth Estate # 64, October 17-30, 1968

Share this on…The only task left for thinking men & women in the world today is conscious preparation for the revolution. Share this on…

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Fifth Estate # 64, October 17-30, 1968

Share this on…Dear Brothers and Sisters, On August 2, Denny Dunn and Carlson Tuttle were arrested in an anti-Humphrey demonstration at Cobo Hall. Later in the evening a bail fund was collected in hopes that we could get enough money

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Fifth Estate # 91, October 30-November 12, 1969

Share this on…Dear Editors: I just finished reading your latest “words of wisdom.” Isn’t it about time you knocked it off? Words are works, I agree, but more appropriate adjectives may be found in any pocket dictionary. Share this on…

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