Undercurrents 30 October-November 1978 Contents
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1 Eddies: News from everywhere
6 What’s When & What’s What
8 Windscale Leak: A look inside Britain’s nuclear dustbin
10 The Greening of Socialism – John Southgate: How to go barefoot into the class struggle
13 Coming Together – Val Stephens: Ecofreaks and feminists have more in common than they realise.
15 Alternative Nurseries – Ruth Elliott: A good place to start building the new society.
17 Solarcal – Dave Elliott: California shows how to put the sun to work.
20 The AT Gift Horse – Dave Elliott: The British Government has also discovered AT; so where do we go from here?
22 Ecotopia Revisited: An interview with Ernest Callenbach
23 The Further Adventures of Alice – Jo Nesbitt: An everyday story of commune folk.
24 Not Funny – Jim McCullough: Countermeasures to the nasty tricks of Britain’s Fascists.
26 Muscle Powered Revolutionary Samadhi – Pierce Butler: The whole truth about AT, ecopolitics and everything else.
30 Hard Chips – Alan Campbell: Small may be beautiful, but micro will be ugly.
31 Parish Politics – The Rural Resettlement Group: How to put local democracy to work in the villages
33 Letters: Your chance to get back at us.
35 Reviews: The pick of the autumn lists gutted and filleted.
45 Small Ads
46 In The Making: Our regular roundup of co-operative projects.
48 Subscription Form, Book Service and Antinuclear Big Red Diary Special Offer
Published every two months by Undercurrents Ltd, 27 Clerkenwell Close, London EC1 R OAT. Full details of editorial meetings, distribution etc are on page 32. Undercurrents 31 (December – January) will be a special number on food, farming etc. It is being edited by a collective from the wholefood co – op movement. On sale date: Saturday, November 18th.