List of files tagged "Type-Magazine"
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The complete Blueprint for Survival issue of the Ecologist.
Magazine of the NZ Values Party. Issue 5. May-June 1975
Cover headlines: Brandt’s Con Trick, Why Molesworth, Feminism & Ecology, Direct Democracy & the Dual Approach. 4 page pullout on Brandt Report in centre.
No cover headline. Drawing of giant sunflower with parade of placards beneath. Feature article part 1 of Theories of Unemployment by Tim Cooper.
Cover headline: ‘If you want peace prepare for war peace’ below graphic.
Cover headline: ‘The Greens are Gathering’ graphic around a sunflower.
Cover headline: ‘Peace Camps’ over graphic
Cover headline: ‘ Revolution: Red or Green? Bahro joins Die Grunen’
Cover headline: ‘Defence Special’ below graphic of seedling. 4 page pullout on Defence issues in centre
Cover headline "A Place For Us All" under graphic of the wild world
Cover cartoon of boxing match between world leaders with CND symbols and labelled Geneva Peace Talks (this over a year before Frankie Goes To Hollywood released "Two Tribes")
From cover graphic image of Tony Benn captioned "I used to think the Labour Party would be the umbrella that covered it all"
Front cover title "The Sizewell Reaction..." over image of trawler and undersea explosion
Front cover title "A New Agriculture" under graphic of plans and trees.
Front cover CND peace symbol in sunflower surrounded by assorted smaller sunflower logos. Title "Party or Politics. COs in Germany. Embrace the trees. Food Politics. Berlin Demo"
Front cover title "The Dawning" under graphic. Banner headlines "Star Marches. Green Anarchy. Nuclear Tax..."
Front cover title "Make It green" under world in petals logo (possibly first use of this predating adoption as GP logo in 1985). Headline "Murray Bookchin: Beyond the Freeze. Gender balance. Is Jesus green?"
Front cover Yin-Yang graphic surrounded by petals. Headlines "Green Spirituality. Acid Rain. Bahro on Russia."
Front cover graphic of robot soldier tearing up pylons. Headlines "Before the Deluge. Chile. Solidarity going green?"