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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Cracks in the Concrete #12

Cracks in the Concrete #12
8 1/2" x 5 1/2", 56 pages, free
This is Luke's "Journal of Anarchism" with "no regular publishing schedule." This issue includes regulars such as a discussion of current events, letters to the editor, and Atheist's Corner. Also included are criticisms of prisons and schools, an interview with seminal punk band Propagandhi, a piece about drug war terrorism complete with an extensive list of some of the victims of recent drug war violence, a few pages of quotes from comedian and social critic Bill Hicks, and much more. If you're at all interested in radical thought and ideas, this zine is right up your alley. It's a free publication, but I encourage you to send some kind of donation if possible.
Luke Romano, PO Box 2748, Tucson AZ 85702 USA
Review by Dan Murphy, publisher of The Juniper and Elephant Mess. PO Bos 363 Edwardsville IL 62025 USA, http://juniperbug.blogspot.com/

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