GreenLine Contents 1990s

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These are the contents for the 1990s (not all issues available). Click thumbnail to popup larger image and title to go to download page for the issue.

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 Contents will appear here once issues are scanned and uploaded

After a gap of five months Green Line reappeared in March 1990 with issue #76 "in response to popular demand". The cover price was increased to 75p, but some issues now ran to 24 pages.


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Green Line 76 March 1990. Price 75p
Cover: 
Headlines: 

p2 Editorial & ads.

 

 


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Green Line 76 March 1990. Price 75p
Cover: photo taken from Belgian Ecolo poster in brown on cream with green text
Headlines: Swords into Ploughshares – Direct Actions, The White language of the Green Movement, Spain’s Capitalist Environmental Disaster, Meat is Murder!...but What About Leather?

p2 Editorial & ads.

 

 


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Green Line 77 April 1990. Price 75p
Cover: Yellow wind turbine sprouting from ruined power station in blue with green text on white
Headlines: A New Icke Age? Green Party Prospects, The UK’s Windy Future, Have Better meetings, The Banks and Debt, Nukes Take a Knock 

p2 Editorial & ads.

 

 


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Green Line 78 May1990. Price 75p
Cover: Photo of anti-poll tax demo at Westminster in orange on yellow with green text
Headlines: Poll Tax: time to break the Law, Countering Racism in the classroom, Elections in Hungary and Australia, Mexico’s growing Green movement

p2 Editorial & ads.

 

 


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Green Line 79 June 1990. Price 75p
Cover: Red tractor smashing through green homestead
Headlines: Ploughing up the old Europe: greens from East and West meet in Vienna, You and the Poll Tax: Non-payment and the Law, The Fight for the Green Party’s Constitution, Strip-mining the Forests of Papua New Guinea.

p2 Editorial & ads.

 

 


 

Sources: Extracted from GreenLine magazines as printed.
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