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Crowbar Issue Forty-Nine

Crowbar, subtitled 'Squatting News', is a long running zine from London, England.

Crowbar is a collectively edited and published zine intended to share news among squatters and other interested parties. At least fifty issues of this zine were published during the 1980's.

Issue 49, released in 1989, features articles on going to Stonehenge for the Solstice; investigation of fascist activities in Britain and how to combat it; herbal abortion facts; Danish squatting; an article on J.D.s and the Homocore movement; the article "Notes For New Squatters", which covers everything from finding a place, dealing with cops, getting into a place, the council, electricity, gas, water, the dole, and miscellaneous hassles; an article entitled "How Charity Keeps The Hungry Starving"; and various articles from squatters in Brixton, Southwark, and East-enders, articles clipped from the newspaper on squatting; guide to what to do when evicted and how to win your case in court; and a list of squatting groups in London.