Undercurrents 10, Resurgence 6/1: March-April 1975 Contents
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1 Eddies: Erich Von Daniken, Zero Population Growth, Vancouver 76, BSSRS, Bantry Oil Spills, Gusher, A Buried Flying Saucer . .
8 Undercurrents Letters
9 National Brainstorm – Geoffrey Ashe
10 Conscious Culture of Poverty – E. F. Schumacher
12 Living the Revolution – Milovan Djilas
13 Resurgence Feedback
15 Industrial Slavery can now End – John Papworth
18 Manifesto for an Alternative Culture – Rene Dumont
19 Towards an Alternative Culture part 1 – ‘Woody’
25 Solar Energy in Britain – Ian Hogan & Brian Ford of LID: Do It Yourself Solar Collector Project; Solar Collector Product Review; Solar Collector Manufacturers’ Listing
31 Land Manifesto – Land for the People
32 New Villages Now – Herbert Girardet
33 Talking About Land – Joanne Bower
35 Sward Gardening: a practical guide – Tony Farmer
38 Anarchist Cities – Colin Ward
40 General Systems – Peter Sommer
43 Centre for Living – John Seymour
44 The Future of Alternative Technology – Dave Elliott & Colin Stoneman
47 Reviews: Paper Houses, Unpopular Science, Prime Time TV, The Revolution Postponed, Participatory Democracy, Subversive Teaching, Neighbourhood Revival, and William Morris
Godfrey Boyle writes: Undercurrents and Resurgence have a great deal in common. We share the same anxiety that many of the institutions of modern society have become far too large to be responsive to the real needs of the people. And we share a common belief that the building of a human-scaled, ecologically-harmonious, non -exploitative culture can begin now, as an important part of the overall movement for Iiberation from all forms of political, economic and spiritual repression that is gathering strength in the world today. Of course, we do have our differences, too. Some of them will be obvious when you read this issue, others more subtle. But if there is one thing the movement for social change does not need, it is the support of groups which have identical dogmatic views. Our differences are important, but they must never blind us to our similarities. The spirit of mutual aid in which we have embarked on this joint issue is one which we would like to see more evidence of in other radical circles. Let a thousand flowers bloom.
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Resurgence publishes articles on alternative life styles, human technology, ecological-organic living, and small, simple, decentralised power structures. Regular Columns by E.F. Schumacher and Geoffrey Ashe. Frequent contributions by Leopold Kohr , Vinoba Bhave, John Papworth. Editor Satish Kumar. Editorial Group Brian Bridge, Tony Colbert, Geoffrey Cooper, Clive Harrison, Stephen Horne, Steve Lambert, Thomas Land, June Mitchell, Jimoh Omo-Fadaka, Terry Sharman, Anne Vogel. Associate Editors Ernest Bader, Danilo Dolci, Leopold Kohr, Jayaprakash Narayan, John Papworth, E F Schumacher. Publisher Hugh Sharman. Layout Mike Phillips, Pete Bonnici, Helene Saint-Jacques.
Undercurrents is designed and edited by Sally and Godfrey Boyle, Martin Ince edited the Reviews and assembled the ads. Chris Hutton-Squire grappled with finance and distribution; Brian Ford and John Prudhoe took up arms against a sea of subs; and Peter Harper, the Egon Ronay of AT, got as far as Wales en route for Australia. Pat Coyne struggled against the powers of nuclear darkness; Richard Elen followed the Leys and the ancient ways; Sooty Eleftheriou maintained the French connection; Dave Elliott philosophised; and Ray Shannon pondered the deep meaning of it all. Many, many other people helped us. Even if we haven’t room to mention them all, we thank them nevertheless.
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