7 Towards a citizen’s intelligence agency: A new handbook for the radical investigator – Stuart Christie
10 Underwater Allies? The military uses and abuses of dolphins – John May
11 Tantric Sex: A report on a weekend of sex therapy – Nicholas
14 Sicilian Co-ops: When the Mafia moves out the Co-ops move in – Martin Stott
16 Peace in the East: Rust on the Iron Curtain? – Eileen Daffern
20 Body Maintenance – Allan Parker
21 Isolation Tanks -The best form of escapism since Undercurrents – Jim Simpson
21 Weird Stuff Bulletin – Paul Sieveking
22 Nuclear Disease: A report on the International Conference of Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War – Hugh Middleton
23 New Apothecaries: Natural health remedies – Romy Fraser
24 What’s When
25 What’s What
26 Reviews: Books, music, vldeo and sclence fiction.
32 Froth: Loony Doomster’s trivia section.
NEXT month brings World Environment Day and the UN Disarmament conference: any groups who are planning related events should get in touch and we’ll give you a plug. We already have a considerable amount of stuff and might do a special actionpacked double issue. Especially, because we intend to increase our environmental coverage, in the absence of any other magazines in the area.
Going monthly has cost more – and also resulted in a subscription gap of three issues when we don’t get any subscription renewals. So if you’re thinking of subscribing, now’s the time before the rates go up again. We are also introducing a supporting subscription of £10 which our more generous readers might like to take advantage of. And, if you’ve already subscribed, don’t worry, you can still send a donation.