Stonehenge

Liberation #02 (c1986)

Issue #2 of Liberation, with articles on Wapping, Prince Andrew's wedding, police infiltration, Spain 1936, military intervention in Libya, international news from France, Chile and Spain, BBC radio cuts, attacks on travelling communities, and more.

Stonehenge and the Neolithic Counter-revolution - Lionel Sims

Lionel Sims says that Stonehenge can only be understood properly in the context of the defeat of the female sex and the transition from primitive communism to class society.

Om Sweet Om

The free festivals on rural squatted land in the 1970's were largely an extension of the London mass squatting movement of that time. The initial participants being mainly rural hippies and London squatters, these events were an extension of a lifestyle organised around resistance to work and living outside the confines of the isolated family structure.