In this issue: Never say sorry to the Pentagon: a Ghandian approach to doomsday weaponry; Jailbreaks, expropriations & political bombs: hard times for Seattle's urban guerrillas; Working women organize themselves: a militant new union shakes up system; On the road; Song of the open road (Walt Whitman); Still crazy after all these years; Green politics spark children's crusade; MIR escalates resistance in Chile; SORWUC (Service, Office and Retail Workers Union of Canada): a fighting union for working women; French workers celebrate: open house at occupied factories; A.R.M. the spirit (Anti-authoritarian Revolutionary Movement); Argentine junta fears union guerrillas; Mauberism overhauls Timor; Pacific Life Community puts heat on nuclear arms; Who gets political asylum?: courts flip-flop over politics; News from nowhere; SLA (Symbionese Liberation Army) survivors fight on; Basque libertarians organize; Kansas City hosts Yippie! convention; Worm turns in Big Apple; The movement ethic; New wave of protest music: Holly Near, an intimate voice for freedom; Interview with Martin Sostre; The American Indian Movement: grassroots power builds a new nation; Official response to court ruling: super-max a cruel hoax; NCLC: left-wing facism; Urban guerrillas rock the boat in Seattle; Durruti: the people armed; Oppenheimer has high hopes for the State (book review); Wobblies in B.C.: syndicalists on the Western frontier (book review); Don't play the chords of fame: Phil Ochs.
An anarchist publication produced in Vancouver, British Columbia focused on the international spectrum of anarchist and anti-authoritarian activities around popular struggles and social problems.
- In Collection:
- Call Number: HX821 O6
- 31 pages : ill. ; 43 cm.
- Open road, summer 1976
- OpenRoad. Issue One
- 49.24966, -123.11934
- 60.10867, -113.64258
- Jim Campbell (Julie Thiers) Collection
- Donor: Julie Thiers
- Jim Campbell fonds
- Finding aid for archival fonds: https://uvic2.coppul.archivematica.org/jim-campbell-fonds
- January 8, 2014
- 300 dpi tiff. Digitized by CDW, KM, SC; metadata by GF and KD.
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