P1: Tabloid parody
P2: Letters, On the Road
P3: A Lifestyle of Action
P4: Working it Out - Giving them the gears
P5: Waking Up From the Urban Nightmare, Grassroots on Rooftops
P6: Pirate Radio - Touch That Dial!
P7: Crass - Shock Slogans and Token Tantrums
P8: Nuclear Family Meltdown, Meaning of the Tribes
P9: Trial by Media - Free the Five/Protect the Earth
P10: Direct Action Scores Twice, Porn Fight Catches Fire
P11: No More Business as Usual
P12/13: Direct Action Poster
P14: Conspiracy Is To Breathe Together, Pioneers in the Healthy Zone
P15: The Five- Who Are They?, A Tale of Two Cities
P16: Statement From the Five - How We See It
P17: Action is Addictive, Up Against The Wall
P18: Clamshell Clampdown, Reflections in the Barrel of a Gun
P21: Gandhi - The Price of Glory
P23: Cut Food Costs - Bag Those Bargains, For the Law-abiding
Issue Fifteen, Spring 1983
For obvious reasons, this issues theme is direct action (not the
group, the strategy). The intent being to illustrate and explore many
different facets of direct action in the wake of the Litton bombing and
of the capture of the Five.
“Red Hot: Whodunnit?” letter to OR from a WFB member.
“A Tale of Two Cities” author unknown, page 15. Reports on the supposed
nation-wide conspiracy network of anarchists and raids on activists
from Vancouver to Toronto in the wake of the arrests of the Five.
Discusses how the “fishing expedition” has been the worst in Toronto
where police took full licence to harass and intimidate even known and
openly pacifist anti-nuke and anti-war activists and organizations.
Closes with tips on how to respond should the cops come a-knockin'.
“Cut Food Costs: Bag Those Bargains” tips on stealing, etc. page 23.