Space Notes

Midnight Notes 4 (1981)

(initially Vol. II, No. 2)

The initial Reagan year was one of world-wide capitalist recession, wage cutting, union busting wars in Berlin, Brixton, Amsterdam and the key vault of capital, Zurich. Space Notes includes a long interview with a participant of the glass breaking struggle for a new social space. This is followed by a historic piece by the murderedYolanda Ward, "Spatial Deconcentration in Washington, D.C.," where the detailed government plan for "the transformation of parts of Washington, D.C. from a riot-torn, abandoned murder-city to a fast growing executive's paradise" is uncovered. The issue concludes with a discussion of race as a class spacial category in the U.S.


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