Antioch Scratch

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References to some of the poems appearing in March 1988's "Antioch Scratch #1" are apparent in surprising places, such as the lyrics to Madonna's "Bedtime Story."
References to some of the poems appearing in March 1988's "Antioch Scratch #1" are apparent in surprising places, such as the lyrics to Madonna's "Bedtime Story."
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Antioch Scratch #1 in its entirety was included in [Pavement of Surface] #1, which was handed out at the 1989 Without Borders anarchist convention.
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Antioch Scratch #1 in its entirety was included in [[Pavement of Surface]] #1, which was handed out at the 1989 Without Borders anarchist convention.

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In early 1987, a student at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio was determined to be psychotic and removed from the campus, surprising him immensely.

The following year, in an attempt to inquire into the politics surrounding the previous year's expulsion, said student, having returned to the college, self-published a collection of miscellany he had written, both on entirely on his own and as homework for a poetry class, under the title "Antioch Scratch" which was a reference to the weekly student newspaper, the Antioch Record.

The student was promptly re-expelled.

Other students cried foul, and a series of additional issues were created by remaining students, critical of the college administration's policies.

References to some of the poems appearing in March 1988's "Antioch Scratch #1" are apparent in surprising places, such as the lyrics to Madonna's "Bedtime Story."

Antioch Scratch #1 in its entirety was included in Pavement of Surface #1, which was handed out at the 1989 Without Borders anarchist convention.

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