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The GreenLine Collective published GreenLine, a  printed newsletter/magazine 10 times a year from 1982 to 1998. Scanned back issues of GreenLine up until 1989 will be available here as PDF files. All files have been scanned and OCR'd at 300dpi, but then reduced to 150dpi to cut down file size. OCR quality is variable as is the original print quality. Contact us if you would like access to higher resolution files (not all are available). There is an introductory article Green Line Magazine and a list of contents for each year- GreenLine Contents 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 |


Green Line 46 October 1986

Archived: March 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: PCox

Years: 1986


Green Line 47 November 1986

Archived: March 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: PCox

Years: 1986


Green Line 48 December 1986 - January 1987

Archived: March 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1986 1987


Green Line 50 March 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987

Cover: Graphic image women releasing doves in landscape in green and blue on white

Headlines: Hunt Sabs, German Greens: From strength to Strength, Family Life, Green Ideology


Green Line 51 April 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987

Cover: Graphic words making iceberg – Nukes Racism Acid Rain Sexism Soil Erosion Capitalism Militarism Ozone Depletion Patriarchy Animal abuse Industrialism in blue with caption above Just the tip of the iceberg in green on white

Headlines: Green Economics and the New Right, Greens in Brazil, Sizewell – Working to Win


Green Line 53 June 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987

Cover: Pastiche of flag raising on Iwo Jima with greens raising a sunflower stem and flower in green and yellow on white

Headlines: Life after June 11, Green economics, CND: Them or us?


Green Line 54 July 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987


Green Line 55 August-September 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987


Green Line 56 October 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987


Green Line 57 November 1987

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1987


Green Line 58 December 1987 - January 1988

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: PCox

Years: 1987 1988


Green Line 59 February 1988

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1988

Cover: Graphic of a writer dreaming in green and yellow on white.

Headlines: Deep Ecology: man-made ‘Nature’ again, Realignment, Economics & Power, Facing up to green fascism, Homophobia and the green movement.


Green Line 59 February 1988

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: DT

Years: 1988

Cover: Graphic of a writer dreaming in green and yellow on white.

Headlines: Deep Ecology: man-made ‘Nature’ again, Realignment, Economics & Power, Facing up to green fascism, Homophobia and the green movement.


Green Line 60 March 1988

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: PCox

Years: 1989

Cover: Drawing fox drinking at woodland stream in blue on light blue with green title

Headlines: Greens: individual or collective?, Deep Ecology and ‘overpopulation’, GL goes to Costa del Sellafield


Green Line 61 April 1988

Archived: August 2018

DocTypes: Magazine

General: GreenLine

Sources: TA

Years: 1988

Cover: Photo of police dragging person through graphic of door and graphic of Mrs Thatcher cutting off man’s leg with cleaver saying “Why can’t you stand on your own to feet?”. Caption Action For Jobs in red and blue on white.

Headlines: Sex – Nature – Ecology, Reclaiming Our History, Debt: Susan George Reviewed, The Great US Dope Swindle.


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