Undercurrents 40 June-July 1980 Contents
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
46 Small Ads
47 Back Numbers
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