Ink Magazine The Other Newspaper No. 20, 19 October 1971 Working Class Heroes Rodney Marsh Venables
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Ink Magazine The Other Newspaper No. 20, 19 October 1971 Working Class Heroes Rodney Marsh VenablesINK Underground Newspaper No 20, 19 October 1971
Seeds of Betrayal; neither Communist Party pressure no trade union haggling should obscure the need for workers democracy at UCS.
Ireland; it's alright for you father, but we've no work, no money in our pockets - article by Michael Prigent.
Working Class Heroes 1; bringing it all back home - article by Peter Stansill.
Working Class Heroes 2; I can do it better with my head than my hands.
Jack and the greased Pole - strip cartoon.
The betrayers; Michael Parkinson, Lord George Brown, Lord Robens, Hughes Scanlon, Vic Feather, the myth of the working class Writer by Keith Waterhouse.
Brain damage from 9 till 4 - article by Stuart Wooler.
Working Women V women's lIB article by Alison Fell.
1789 at the Roundhouse.
Advert for Arthur Brown galactic zoo dossier.
Record reviews of John Lennon imagine, Keef Hartley Band.
You don't owe the public everything; working class heroes 3 interview with Rodney Marsh and Terry Venables
INK was also known as (the other newspaper) it was founded by Richard Neville, co-founder of OZ magazine in May 1971. It was Neville's view that the existing underground press of the time were no longer catering the need for an alternative attitude. INK launched as a weekly publication in May 71 and changed to a fortnightly in August. Ink was driven by Richard Neville, Andrew Fisher, Ed Victor and Felix Dennis but due to it's close association with Oz magazine and the Oz trials it folded in February 1972.
All issues were originally folded by newsagents. Very good condition.
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