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  • From: Carrie McLaren < AT>
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  • Subject: Stay Free! | "Conspiracy" issue out now
  • Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 20:58:44 -0500


The new "conspiracy" issue of Stay Free! is making its way to stores at this very moment. If you would like to receive one, you can subscribe here ($10 or $12 for 3 issues):

Also, I'm now offering digital subscriptions at the super cheap price of $6.75 -- instead of getting the print magazine, you'll get an Adobe Acrobat .pdf emailed to you each time the zine comes out.

Or you can wait a year because I'll eventually be putting most of the issue on the website.


P.S. In New York, you can find Stay Free! at St. Mark's Books, Other Music, See Hear, and Mondo Kim's, among others. If you don't see Stay Free! in your local independent book or record store, please inquire within.

* * * * "CONSPIRACY" ISSUE #19 CONTENTS * * * *


Mark Crispin Miller interview, author of The Bush Dyslexicon and Boxed In: The Culture of Television, on conspiracies, media, and mad scientists

The "Art" of the FBI: highlights from the FBI's secret war on dissent. Wherein we gather some of the fake comics, "satirical" pamphlets, and bad poetry created under the FBI's Counter-intelligence Program

Real Conspiracies: Long before viral marketing, we had the "whispering campaigns" of the 1930s. Also: General Motors' assault on public trollies

How a French Satire Became the Gospel of Anti-Semitism: The little-known origins of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Dana Frank interview, author of Buy American: The Untold Story of Economic Nationalism

Satanic execs and racist jackets: Brian Boling on corporate myths

Gary Fine interview, author of Manufacturing Tales: Sex and Money in Contemporary Legends and co-author of Whispers on the Color Line: Rumor and Race in America

Fast Food Hell: Stay Free! readers share their dining experiences

Rethinking Economics: Consuming isn't so fun, growth isn't so good, and other unpopular truths, by Jonathan Rowe

Selling the Sky: Alexandra Ringe surveys advertising over our heads

Bad News: Carol Kolb looks at prepackaged journalism

World View: Marketing news and other sick stuff

No SUV Parking: Stay Free!'s anti-sport utility vehicles prank

Pop Quiz: Random curiosities from the world of business

For Future Reference. Sources for more information

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  • Stay Free! | "Conspiracy" issue out now, Carrie McLaren, 04/22/2002

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