UC40 June-July 1980

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Undercurrents 40 June-July 1980 Contents 

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1 Eddies: News from everywhere 

8 What’s What & What’s When

9 Nuclear Nasties – Tony Small: Fusion and the ultra-right in the US 

12 On the Crest of a Wave­ – David Ross & Stewart Boyle: Wave power research is surging ahead 

14 Too Longo! – Francis d’Eaubonne: Why the Longo Mai co-op has gone on too long 

16 Public Know/edge – Roger Haines and John Garrett: Viewdata systems need liberating 

20 Catch Them Young – Peter King: Pro-nuclear publicity in the schools 

21 Cult and Counter-Cult – Elizabeth Bear: Bizarre goings-on on the religious fringes 

23 ‘Not Quite Smiths’ – Minority Press Group: Why it’s-hard to buy Undercurrents in the High St 

24 French Lesson – Philip Black: French union acts against nuclear power 

26 Operation Veritas – Tam Dougan & Val Robinson: Another anti-nuclear campaign 

29 Third World Rip-Off! – Dave Smith: Dumping dangerous goods in the developing countries 

32 Union Barges – Chris Leah: Co-operating on the canals 

34 Making a Good Job of it – Brian Martin: Jobs and strategies for social change 

37 Letters: Views from everywhere 

39 Reviews

46 Small Ads

47 Back Numbers


Published every two months by Undercurrents Ltd, 27 Clerkenwell Close. London EC1R OAT. Full details of editorial meetings, distribution etc. are on page 48. ISSN 0306 2392.


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THE CHISHOLME INSTITUTE – Beshara School of Intensive Esoteric Education: 

A series of residential seminars considering different aspects of mysticism and including an optional programme of meditation and other practices.

29 June-5 July “Muhyiddin Ibn’ Arabi and Meister Eckhardt” 

6 July-12 July “Mystical Poetry” 

13 July-19 July “The Mystical Tradition” 

20 July-26 July “An Introduction to the Fusus al-Hikam” 

27 July-2 Aug “The idea of the Perfection of Man”

Cost £70 per person per week. For further information about the courses, or to arrange a visit to the school, which is open throughout the Summer, please write to: The Secretary, Chisholme House, Roberton, Hawick TD9 7PH, or telephone: Borthwickbrae (045 088) 215.


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