Contents of No. 25
|Technology, science and anarchism:|
|1. Homo Aedificans||Harry Baecker||65|
|2. The terrible flaw||Maurice Goldman||70|
|The development and significance of cybernetics||W. Grey Walter||74|
|Shock tactics and pornography||Martin Daniel||89|
|Cover and titles by||Rufus Segar|
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