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Fall 2013 issue
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Fifth Estate web site
Special 40th Anniversary Commemorative edition
104-pages of history, reprints and current affairs.
Send $4 to the address above for a copy
in 1965 as one of the first of the 500 so-called underground newspapers and published continually in Detroit, and
jointly in, New York, Wisconsin, and Tennessee, for readers across the world, the Fifth Estate is the
longest publishing, English language, anti-authoritarian newspapers
in American history.
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Although once a weekly tabloid, it now publishes as a quarterly
Subscriptions are $14 domestic; $24 outside U.S.; $20 Libraries and
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history of the paper from
SAMPLE ARTICLES: (more at
the Fifth Estate web site)
"An Anarchist in Cuba: Cell Phones or Socialism" - Summer 2008
“The End of Money” – Daniel Pinchbeck, Summer 2008
Utah Phillip’s Last Interview – by
Peter Werbe interview in the
Industrial Worker, P. 8, Originally published in the
Summer 2008 Fifth Estate
Solidarity, Immigration and Border Regimes
The New McCarthyism Fall 2005
Revolution Against the
Democracy in Iraq: Notes on a Greek tragedy
Death by Modern Art?
Emma Goldman for Sale
Fredy Perlman Obituary
Progress & Nuclear Power by Fredy Perlman
the Guru's Assassins
The Guru's Followers Strike
The Fifth Estate was in the thick of the 1960s cultural scene as
well as left politics.
Check this link for a report of a
concert by the legendary, seminal, Detroit rock band, the MC5, from
the April 3, 1969 edition. Cover price was 15 cents.
And, this one
from the 1969 Detroit Rock & Roll Revival which featured among
almost 20 bands,
the MC5, Chuck Berry, Sun Ra,
Dr. John, Johnny Winter, Iggy & the Stooges , and the Amboy Dukes
with Ted Nugent.
Check this link.