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Undercurrents 10 March-April 1975

Undercurrents 10 March-April 1975

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The magazine of radical science and alternative technology; joint issue with Resurgence: Journal of the Fourth World [6/1]: Solar Collectors: Complete Background Theory and low-cost DIY Design I Towards An Alternative Culture: Part II Land for the People I New Villages Now I Sward Gardening in Practice I Anarchist Cities I General Systems / Future of Alternative Technology / Schumacher: A Conscious Culture of Poverty / Living the Revolution: Milovan Djilas /Industrial Slavery Can Now End / Nuclear Protest Builds up Steam ....

The magazine of radical science and alternative technology; joint issue with Resurgence: Journal of the Fourth World [6/1]: Solar Collectors: Complete Background Theory and low-cost DIY Design I Towards An Alternative Culture: Part II Land for the People I New Villages Now I Sward Gardening in Practice I Anarchist Cities I General Systems / Future of Alternative Technology / Schumacher: A Conscious Culture of Poverty / Living the Revolution: Milovan Djilas /Industrial Slavery Can Now End / Nuclear Protest Builds up Steam ....

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Undercurrents 10 Resurgence 6/1: 1975: page 1
UC10 R6/1: page 1
 
Undercurrents 10 Resurgence 6/1: 1975: page 2
UC10 R6/1: page 2
• UNDERCURRENTS, the magazine of radical science and alternative technology [ISSN 03062392], was published from London, England, from 1973 to 1984 [No. 60]. This was a joint issuewith
Resurgence
, which still survives and thrives under the benign editorship of Satish Kumar:
www.resurgence.org 
. This text version has been created in 2006-8 by me, Chris [Hutton-]Squire [a member of the now-dissolved Undercurrents Collective], by OCRing scanned images of a print copy; the text has been spell-checked but it has NOT been checked against the original.
Health & Safety Warning:
The practical, technical and scientific information herein [thoughbelieved to be accurate at the time of publication] may now be out of date.
CAVEAT LECTOR! 
The many stories that Undercurrents told will interest students of a period that is both too distantand too recent to be adequately documented on the Web. The moral, philosophical, social,economic and political opinions herein remain, in my opinion, pertinent to the much more severeproblems we now face.Readers who wish correspond on any matters arising are invited to contact me via:
chris[at]cjsquire.plus.com
or
Resurgence
via
 resurgence.org/contact/ 
This pdf version is formatted in 15 pt Optima throughout, so as to be easily readable on screen; itruns to 177 pages [the print versions were 48 - 56 pp.]: readers wishing to print it out to read arerecommended to get the text from the .doc or text versions and to reformat it. The many picturesthat embellished the print version are sadly not included here. There are no restrictions on the useof this material but please credit individual authors where credit is due: they are mostly still withus. Page numbers below are for this pdf version. The beginning of each section or article isindicated thus:
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Undercurrents No. 10, Resurgence 6/1: March-April 1975
4 Eddies: Erich Von Daniken, Zero Population Growth, Vancouver 76, BSSRS, Bantry OilSpills, Gusher, A Buried Flying Saucer . .23 Undercurrents Letters28 National Brainstorm:
Geoffrey Ashe
Conscious Culture of Poverty:
E. F. Schumacher 
40 Living the Revolution:
Milovan Djilas
45 Resurgence Feedback54 Industrial Slavery can now End:
John Papworth
60 Manifesto for an Alternative Culture:
Rene Dumont 
66 Towards an Alternative Culture part 1:
'Woody’ 
79 Solar Energy in Britain: Do It Yourself Solar Collector Project; Solar Collector ProductReview; Solar Collector Manufacturers Listing:
Ian Hogan and Brian Ford of LID
93 Land Manifesto96 New Villages Now:
Herbert Girardet 
100 Talking About Land
 Joanne Bower 
102 Sward Gardening: a practical guide:
Tony Farmer 
111 Anarchist Cities:
Colin Ward 
118 General Systems:
Peter Sommer 
129 Centre for Living:
 John Seymour 
131 The Future of Alternative Technology:
Dave Elliott and Colin Stoneman
140 Reviews
 
Undercurrents 10 Resurgence 6/1: 1975: page 3
UC10 R6/1: page 3
Godfrey Boyle writes:
Undercurrents and Resurgence have a great deal in common.We share the same anxiety that many of the institutions of modern society havebecome far too large to be responsive to the real needs of the people. And we sharea common belief that the building of a humanscaled, ecologically harmonious, nonexploitative culture can begin now, as an important part of the overall movement for.liberation from all forms of political, economic and spiritual repression that isgathering strength in the world today. Of course, we do have our differences, too.Some of them will be obvious when you read this issue, others more subtle. But if there is one thing the movement for social change does not need, it is the support of groups which have identical dogmatic views. Our differences are important, but theymust never blind us to our similarities. The spirit of mutual aid in which we haveembarked on this joint issue is one which we would like to see more evidence of inother radical circles. Let a thousand flowers bloom.. . .
Resurgence Journal of the Fourth World. Volume 6 Number 1 March-April 1975
 275 Kings Road, Kingston, Surrey, England. Tel. 01 546 0544Resurgence publishes articles on alternative life styles, human technology.ecological-organic living, and small, simple. decentralised power structures. RegularColumns by E. F . Schumacher and Geoffrey Ashe Frequent contributions by LeopoldKohr. Vinoba Bhave, John Papworth Editor Satish Kumar Editorial Group BrianBridge, Tony Colbert, Geoffrey Cooper, Clive Harrison, Stephen Horne. SteveLambert, Thomas Land. June Mitchell, Jimoh Omo
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Fadaka. Terry Sharman, AnneVogel. Associate Editors Ernest Bader, Danilo Dolei, Leopold Kohl', JayaprakashNarayan, John Papworth, E F Schumacher. Publisher Hugh Sharman. Layout MikePhillips, Pete Bonnici, Helene Saint-Jacques.. . .
Undercurrents
is designed and edited by Sally and Godfrey Boyle. MartinInce edited the Reviews and assembled the ads. Chris Hutton Squiregrappled with finance and distribution; Brian Ford and John Prudhoe took uparms against a sea of subs; and Peter Harper, the Egon Ronay of AT. got as faras Wales en route for Australia. Pat Coyne struggled against the powers of nuclear darkness; Richard Elen followed the Leys and the ancient ways ;Sooty Eleftheriou maintained the French connection; Dave Elliottphilosophised; and Ray Shannon pondered the deep meaning of it all. Many,many other people helped us. Even if we haven't room to mention them all,we thank them nevertheless. Published bimonthly (give or take a month ortwo) by Undercurrents Limited. 275 Finchley Rd. , London NW3, England.(phone 01 794 2750), a nonprofit company limited by guarantee and withoutshare capitaL

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