RQ#100 - Contents
pg 1 - Front Cover only
pg 3-5 - Contents, To the Reader
pg 6-8 - Reviews - Music, Film, Books
pg 10-15 - Pagan Cluster at the G20 in Pittsburgh
pg 16-17 - Pentacle of the Great Turning
pg 28-30 - People's Park - Still Blooming
pg 31-32 - The Pentacle of Community
pg 33-37 - Witchcraft and Magic in Europe
pg 39-41 - Dandelion Gathering 2010
pg 42-49 - Reclaiming Pages, Contacts, Camps, Etc
pg 50 - Revolutionary Pagan Workers Vanguard
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Welcome to Issue 100!
Welcome to issue #100, pubished on Winter Solstice, 2009.
The new issue will be our first-ever issue released as a downloadable PDF.
Starting right now, you can download featured articles form the new issue. starting December 21, you will be able to download the entire issue. You can also browse it online and print just those pages you want. The new RQ should print on any laser or inkjet printer.
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For both economic and ecological reasons, we have decided to ŮdecentralizeÓ the printing of RQ.
Decentralizing the printing of RQ reduces the number of unread copies, and eliminates the costly mailing of print editions.
It also makes our issues instantly available to readers anywhere on the planet.
Older editions of RQ are being archived and made available online. Someday, readers will be able to access any issue of the magazine at the click of your mouse.
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That's a common dilemma faced by all media today. With print declining and the internet unable to produce income, once-proud titles are disappearing under the weight of their budgets.
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