Alexander Baron And The ITMA Label:
A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography
(1980-89)


1980


A letter published in Leeds Other Paper, 8th-22nd August, 1980, issue 136, in the Letters column on page 8 under the title Willie Whitelaw & Big D.

This was written in defence of William Whitelaw, believe it or not. It makes me cringe now but I suppose it wasn’t really that bad.

It provoked a cartoon (Big Doylem) on the back page of the same issue and a typical response from a left wing creep, (see entry below - Mailbag).


A letter read out on Radio One’s Mailbag programme, August 20.

I think I’ve got the date right. It might possibly have been September 3.

“Thank you for a brilliant, militant feminist propaganda broadcast...”

This was my response to an interview with a woman from a rape crisis centre.


Whitelaw a credit? published in the Letters column of Leeds Other Paper, 22nd August-5th September 1980, issue 137, page 8.

This is a letter by one David Watts in response to my letter (see first entry for 1980).

So, Alexander Baron (Letters
LOP 136) thinks William
Whitelaw is a ‘fair man’,
deserving of ‘credit’. So, lets
give him credit where credit
is due...(etc and ad nauseum).


“Alex Baron from Leeds” was quoted at length on page 4 of BRITONS IN REVOLT: A Souvenir Analysis of British Movement Marches, published by British Movement Public Information Bureau, Deeside, Clwyd, Wales, (1980).

This was probably put out in December 1980; there is a reference in it to a march on October 19. The British Movement Public Information Bureau did not really exist. Apart from the London anti-war demo in London, February 2003, which I attended for perhaps an hour, the march alluded to here is the only political march I have ever been on.


PIG HEADED, a letter signed Alexander Baron, Leeds, W. Yorks., published in Weekend, Dec 10-16, 1980, page 3.


1981


No entry for fascist, published in Leeds Other Paper, 6th March 1981, issue 161, page 12.

Al’s photograph appeared on the back page in the background of a photograph of Paul Birch Garth, who was then British Movement organiser in Leeds.


I actually got a mention in Searchlight as early as June 1981.

I was the Leeds member of the British Movement who was mentioned on page 4 as having sent in the IHR correspondence. This was said to have come from “possibly a student”.


PEACE: MARXIST
PROPAGANDA?

By A. BARON, Driver’s Assistant, Holbeck, published in the Locomotive Journal, April, page 8.

Written originally as an open letter to Ray Buckton. Published verbatim.


Bro.
Baron’s
paranoia

By D. NICHOL and S. SKEET, published in LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, Locomotive Journal, May, page 12.

A reply to my April letter, which does sound paranoid in view of the subsequent collapse of the Soviet Union. The sole purpose of this reply was to point out that I was then a member of the British Movement (ie ignore everything this guy says!).


1982


A. Baron’s Tale is a letter published in SOUTH AFRICAN PATRIOT, JAN./FEB. 1982, issue 11, page 6.

A somewhat embarrassing letter in retrospect, but not half as embarrassing as the hysteria generated by the hate-filled anti-Apartheid campaign when one considers the mess African leader have made of the Dark Continent.


1984


Koestler Award letter, July 1984

KOESTLER AWARD 1984 first prize certificate (plus a cheque for £75) for the Poetry Section.

This was awarded for the three poems The Gambler, Follow The Postman, and the pitiful Prayer For The Desparing.

I gather these were displayed at an exhibition somewhere.


Two poems published in THE STRADISHALL FLYER, Autumn, page 4.

These were Brief Ode To White Windsor and Ideal Car, (actually this is called Stephen Waldorf On His Ideal Car, a reference to a man shot by the police by mistake!)

The Stradishall Flyer was published in Highpoint Prison, inspired by the prison chaplain, I believe.


1985

Rebel, published in Wasafiri, The ATCAL Journal, Autumn, No 3, page 26.

What a piss take. However did I get away with this? I even had the local press phone me up about it, so there may have been some sort of report in that as well.

NOTES ON TWO ORIGINAL METRES.

This is a letter I sent out dated October 11, 1985; it was added to Archive.Org on November 26, 2010, by which time I could remember little if anything about it. Suffice to say, it had an extremely small circulation.

See also Notes On Two New Metres.


1986


Four poems published in magazing five, feb 1986, pages 30-34.

Futility and Creep were later published in We’re Coming For Your Telecom Shares; City Kid and The Gambler were published later in A Purpose Strong And Bright, (see entry immediately below).

Click here to link to scans of the originals.


Spirals, a poem in free verse credited to Alex Baron, published in magazing seven, August 1986, page unnumbered.


Autumn Leaflets, published on the NOTICEBOARD page of Loot, September 26, 1986, page 23.

This was published as “Name and address supplied”; I have a feeling it may have been edited too. I think I got ten quid for it.


More Leaflets, published in Loot, 2, October, 1986, No. 79, page 23.

This is a follow-up to Yours Truly’s letter in the 26, September, 1986 issue. Fran Edmonds of London SW3 said that she replied to a get rich quick advert and lost £15. It turned out to be a man in his house “with a pile of books that he wanted to sell to me. I was then supposed to do the same thing, re-selling them to others, by placing similar advertisements.”


Two poems in NECK, published by Pleasure Publications, Burnley, Lancashire, (December 1986).

This is a charming, sixteen page pamphlet put out by Andrew Savage. It’s about giraffes! A standing joke with Andrew. My contributions were Song Of The Giraffe and the limerick Giraffe Gaffe.

In the original, the second quote marks were omitted.


Flog It To Death, published in Super Trouper, issue 2, (late 1986?), page 9.

This issue was a ten page duplicated publication, put out by Andrew Savage sometime in 1986. Later, he went on to put it out on tape. Nowadays of course, both media are as good as dead because everything is published on-line. This above scan of page 9 is the best copy possible.

Flog It To Death was also published in We’re Coming For Your Telecom Shares.


A
PURPOSE
STRONG
AND
BRIGHT

By Alexander Baron, published by Writers’ Rostrum, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, (December 1986).

No, this was not my idea! Not a bad anthology, though. Eleven poems.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOKS IN PRINT 1990, Volume 1, page 584, this was Writers’ Rostrum, I.T.M.A., 12.86. I think this indicates it was published by Writers’ Rostrum and distributed by the then nascent I.T.M.A.

I have a feeling it was published slightly before this though, still, we’ll go with the official published date!


1987


A Purpose Strong And Bright gets a mention in Super Trouper, January/February, issue 3, page 5.

This was an eight page, duplicated publication, a review supplement to Andrew’s Melodic Scribble.


WE’RE COMING FOR
YOUR
TELECOM SHARES:
POEMS THAT BITE BACK

Compiled and Edited by Anna Pest, published by Barber Publications, London, (1987).

A quite witty anthology if I say so myself, and my first real disaster. The most important lesson of this misadventure though is that you should always proof read camera-ready copy thoroughly. And preferably do your own typesetting.


Poetic garbage by Spig, published in Leeds Other Paper, 20th February, 1987, page 8.

An unflattering review of We’re of Coming For Your Telecom Shares, attributed here as to Ana Pest.


Conundrum Riddles

I started writing verse in October or November of 1983. I wrote reams of it at one point. Later, when I was feeling uninspired, bored, or just for amusement, I wrote conundrum riddles. I must have written over two thousand altogether. In 1986-7 I wrote to an agency in connection with some song demos. To cut a long story short, I never got anywhere with any of my songs, but I did manage to place a few conundrum riddles with the Voice; I think one of the people at the agency had a contact on the newspaper, a girlfriend or something.

Ultimately, the entire venture turned sour, the agency was having problems, and I supppose that I was a bit hard on them, but they did waste a lot of my time and money. At any rate, we parted on bad terms. The paper called them “Lymerick Conundrums” [sic], and basically the whole thing fizzled out. I also supplied other original puzzles for the paper: chainwords, linewords and stuff I called them. The solution to the puzzle set the previous week was published alongside the current one.

The first two riddles were published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, May 26, 1987. These were the first of many.

The full background to my published conundrum riddles and puzzles can be found here.

The riddles themselves - the ones that have been both published and scanned - can be found here; and the puzzles can be found here.


Two conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 2, 1987, page 41.


Two conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 9, 1987, page 45.


Four conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 16, 1987, page 50.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 23, 1987, page 42.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 30, 1987, page 45.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, July 7, 1987, page 49.


Four conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, July 14, 1987, page 47.


Four conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, July 21, 1987, page 51.


Four conundrum riddles published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, July 28, 1987, page 43.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 4, 1987, page 43.


Two conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 11, 1987, page 51.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 18, 1987, page 39.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 25, 1987, page 47.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 1, 1987, page 46.


Letter from Al Baron, published under the heading Give Bugner a chance in Boxing News, September 4, 1987, page 9.

This is one of three letters on the same subject.


Three conundrum riddles, published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, September 8, 1987, page 47.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 15, 1987, page 47.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 22, 1987, page 51.


The Missionary, published in the Poets Corner column of the Voice, September 22, 1987, page 57.

I sent in a couple of poems anonymously, and this one was published, credited to A.P. I can’t remember what that stood for, Anna Pest perhaps?


Seven conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 29, 1987, page 47.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 6, 1987, page 47.


Five conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 13, 1987, page 39.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 20, 1987, page 41.


Four conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 27, 1987, page 41.


AWARD OF MERIT CERTIFICATE issued November 1987, by the Yeats Club, Oxford, for the poem Requiescat.

Rank: Distinction; Category: Renaissance.

So now you know! A compressed PDF scan of the certificate can be found at the bottom of the page at the above ↑ link.


Three conundrum riddles published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, November 3, 1987, page 41.


Three conundrum riddles, published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, November 10, 1987, page 41.


LAMENT, published in PARAPHERNALIA, No 1, DEC-JAN 88, page 10.

This magazine was a project that was started with great aspirations but died the death. Ultimately it was more trouble than it was worth, but I enjoyed meeting Harvey and Mark, and the other people who...well, we tried. The scan of the original is included at the bottom of the above file.


Two conundrum riddles, published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, December 1, 1987, page 49.


Wordsearch, published in the Voice, December 15, 1987, page 33.


Wordsearch, published in the Voice, December 22, 1987, page 38.


Wordsearch, published in the Voice, December 29, 1987, page 34.


1988


Two poems: Chameleon and Whispers Of Immortality, appeared on pages 15 & 16-7 respectively of NSPCC FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN POETRY APPEAL ANTHOLOGY, published at Wanstead, London.

This went out c1988; it was put together by two ladies who obviously had good intentions.


STOP HUNTING: FOR FOX SAKE, published in ALIEN LOST ON THE TUBE, page 6.

This was a one-off publication put together by a guy called Andy Everett of London N19. It went out c1988. He (or somebody) illustrated my poem with a drawing of a fox for me. No further information known; I never heard anymore about either the zine or him.

The poem’s title was inspired by a placard I saw many years ago exhibited on a photograph or film of an anti-hunt demonstration. The legend read FOR FOX SAKE STOP HUNTING, or some such.


Wordsearch, published in the Voice, January 5, 1988, page 37.


Wordsearch, published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, January 12, 1988, page 41.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, January 26, 1988, page 45.

This is a chainword puzzle (also known as mixword); the first of its kind ever published!


A brief mention of We’re Coming For Your Telecom Shares, published in Super Trouper 4, International Melodic Scribble Review Supplement, February 1988, page 6.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, February 2, 1988, page 41.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, February 9, 1988, page 43.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, February 16, 1988, page 41.


Coming Of Age, published in PARAPHERNALIA, No. 2, FEB-MAR 88, page 31.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, March 2, 1988, page 45.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS CORNER column in the Voice, March 15, 1988, page 39.


Word puzzle, published in the KIDS CORNER column in the Voice, March 29, 1988, page 39.


Hubble’s Law, published in the big Mouse, April 1988, NO. 1.

Literally one sheet of paper - coming in at least two colours. At least! The other one is light green. The pink one here is the same colour both sides; the apparent brightness of the second side is due entirely to my photocopier.

This is another of Andrew’s demented offerings. The limerick can be found here for what it is worth.


THE COMEDY BULLETIN

This was a fine but unfortunately ill-fated idea by an Irish writer, Dermot Crossley, with whom I had some correspondence. Dermot was kind enough to send me a book on how to write comedy. I repaid him by sending him my crappy jokes. I can’t remember which were mine. That’s my excuse, anyway. For the full background and scans of the relevant material, click here.


Jokes contributed to The Comedy Bulletin, May 1988.

I got a page to myself in this one which included two limericks.


An unspecified number of jokes published in The Comedy Bulletin, June 1988 issue.

I enjoyed doing this at the time, but it’s not something I’d boast about today. Dermot Crossley, a struggling writer of jokes, comedy and all such things. Another wasted talent. Wonder what he’s doing now?


Jokes contributed to The Comedy Bulletin, July 1988.

An unspecified number.


Jokes contributed to The Comedy Bulletin, August 1988.

An unspecified number.


ITMA and its publisher, published in PALPI, issue 20, September 1988, pages 28-9.


Jokes published in The Comedy Bulletin, September 1988.

An unspecified number.


WRONG SIDE OF THE RIVER gets a mention in Super Trouper September 1988, issue 5, page 5.

(See entry for October 1988 below).


VIRIDIAN: a song for GREENPEACE, Edited by T.D. Man, published by ITMA, London, (1988). 17 pages.

This is an extremely crudely produced anthology of sorts, which though well-meaning is best forgotten.

According to Whitaker’s Books In Print 1997, Vol 5, page 12076, this was published “4.89”, ie April 1989. The FOREWORD is actually dated September 1988, so make of these what you will.


WRONG SIDE OF THE RIVER: Voices of Lewisham Poets, Compiled and edited by T.D. Man and published by ITMA with the assistance of LEWISHAM ARTS, (October 1988).

This was a financial disaster, more so than most of my publications. I contributed most of the poems because (remarkably) I had great difficulty finding any contributors. I ended up giving (or throwing) most of the copies away. The printer was a complete bodger too, but that’s another story.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOKS IN PRINT 1990, Volume 4, page 9013, it was published “10.88”, ie October 1988.

Unless I sent Andrew Savage an advance copy - see review September 1988 above, re Super Trouper - it must have been published at or about this time.


A letter published in THE RADICAL BOOKSELLER, OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 1988, NUMBER 62, page 4.

Did I really sell a hundred copies of We’re Coming For Your Telecom Shares? A dozen, more like.


December 30, 1988: An appearance on The Pete Murray Show, LBC Radio phone-in.

Quite interesting this. He had one of these psychic pillocks on the programme; I phoned in and challenged him. Obviously that didn’t go down too well with true believer Murray, and I was mildly rebuked.


1989


The Delegation, by M.J. Weller, published by ITMA, London, (1989).

An A4, futuristic “thing”, I won’t call it a fanzine, although it is ilustrated. This was the first piece of Mike Weller’s work that I ever saw. He’d done this some time before, and I was so impressed with it that I suggested he publish it on the ITMA label.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 1645, this was published by I.T.M.A. “1.89”, ie January 1989.


1999, by M.J. Weller. The full title of this piece as it appears on the cover is:

1999
CUSTOMISED FOR THE DIGITAL-AUDIO AGE
.

Although it was published with an ITMA ISBN, the author credited it to SOUTH EAST LONDON’S MUSICIAN’S COLLECTIVE [sic]. SELMC does or did exist, but they didn’t really have anything to do with this, neither did I really bar providing the ISBN. Following a query from Whitakers, Mike did another print run altering the back cover to read printed by SELMC, published by ITMA.

This was put out in 1989 and is an A4 weird, futuristic fanzine. Eleven years previously, long before I met him, or even realised people like him existed, he put out a xeroxed publication with the name 1988.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, the 1999 comic strip was published by I.T.M.A. “4.89”, ie April 1989.


BASIL, published in MAR, issue 1, undated but put out sometime in 1989 if my memory serves me correctly. This poem was published in the centre of the booklet, (page unnumbered), as was the next. The last line should actually read “You ’ave lost a Backgammon!”

NIHILISM AS AN ART FORM

My other contribution to the centre pages of MAR, issue 1.


February 24, 1989: The Paul Lee Show Radio Mercury, February 24, 1989:

The Heavy Metal Cryptic Conundrum Book, (of which I am still deeply embarrassed), actually got a favourable mention here. He read out a couple of riddles too! And no, I was not their most distant listener, by a long way! Paul Lee said he was going to read out some more riddles on his other programme during the week.


A BOOK OF CONUNDRUM RIDDLES, by A. Baron, published by ITMA, London, (1989).

Twenty pages. Another of my failed experiments.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 112, this was published “4.89”, ie April 1989.


A book
of limericks
,
COMPILED AND EDITED BY
ANNA PEST.

Published by ITMA, London, (1989).

A sixteen page, very scruffily produced collection, handsomely reviewed by Arthur Deex in The Pentatette, May 1990.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 1193, this was published “4.89”, ie April 1989.


A four line mention of Viridian in Super Trouper, issue 6, April 1989.

The above double-sided duplicated A4 sheet also comes in mauve.


The Heavy Metal Cryptic Conundrum Book, by A Baron, published by ITMA, London, (1989). 16 pages.

Some stones are really best left forever unturned. This pathetic effort was, well...actually, this was mentioned on Radio Mercury, would you believe, on February 24, 1989.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 112, this was published “5.89”, ie May 1989. ITMA’s postcode was given as “SE26 5HY”.

Click here for HTML version.


A brief mention (quote from, including bizarre illustration) of The Delegation by the equally bizarre Mike Weller. Published in PALPI, May 1989, No. 22, page 14.


Paranoia, from the tape Eh? which was put out by my loony friend Andrew Savage in 1989.

Credited to the non-existent Alexander Baron Band. Actually this was recorded by the ISA studio in Ireland. I’d rather not go into details of this here, but I spent some considerable time working with a composer on a song writing project. We wrote some damned good material but nothing ever came of it. I wrote the words and melody to this song; Alan Barber, my partner, arranged it, but this was the ISA arrangement. Andrew put this out on this compilation tape, which means that at least he noticed!

Paranoia was also played on the Don Campau No Pigeonholes show, broadcast on 28th May 1989, Vol. 158.

A recording of Yours Truly playing Miss Harrison’s Toy was also included on Eh?

Be Good To Yourself, broadcast on KKUP Radio, Los Angeles on the Don Campau No Pigeonholes show, July 23, 1989.

This version arranged and performed by Andrew Savage.


The MYTH of
Unemployment
, by Stan L. Goddard, published by ITMA, London, (1989).

Another small, experimental, and totally wasted pamphlet. Very crudely produced, photocopied.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 623, this was published “6.89”, ie June 1989. Yeah, whatever.


TRUE
BLUE:
THE OFFICIAL TORY PARTY
JOKE BOOK (BUT NOT REALLY)

by Barry D’astato, published by ITMA, London, (July 1989). A 24 page A5 joke book. Oh, boy!

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 1573, True Blue... was published “7.89”, ie July 1989. If I recall, it was actually published sometime before that, but for the purposes of this bibliography we’ll stick with the official, published version.


Recidivism:
Towards A Solution
,
By Anthony Crook, published by ITMA, London, (1989).

A small pamphlet by a none too witty pseudonymous author. I may have sold one copy, but put this out primarily for the attention of “penal reformers”. It didn’t do any good of course because like Lord Longford - who in retrospect should have been omitted from this discourse - these wankers are only really interested in their own careers - Longford’s is saving souls - not in improving the lot of the underclass, criminal or otherwise.

According to WHITAKER’S BOOK LIST 1989, page 1286, this was published “8.89”, ie August 1989.


A review of Viridian, published in PEACE & FREEDOM, No. 6, Vol, 2 - July/August/September 1989, page 16.

The publication is credited to A. Baron.

Five lines, “This is the most meaningful booklet I’ve probably ever reviewed.” Pity no one else thought so, or even noticed, but thank you mightily for the warm compliment.

Same page, a three line mention of the pathetic ...Heavy Metal Cryptic Conundrum Book.


I.L.O.
Condemns
U.K. Govn.
SCEPTICISM ABROAD AS
THATCHER GOVN.
WITHDRAWS FROM CONVENTION
, published in Outlook, AUG-SEP 1989, issue 5, page 6.

A small article. Credited to “Alex Barren”. Groan.


T.O.P.S. - Autumn 1989, No. 80, page 17.

Literally just a listing in the above.


SOUNDS OF LONDON’S UNDERGROUND, published in Briticism, August/September 1989, Volume 1, Number 2 pages 18 & 21.

An article about buskers.


A letter to the editor of Model Journal, edited down, I believe, published under COMPLIMENTS, No. 9 Oct -89, page 1.

Click here for this and all my contributions to Model Journal.

Black Models and Agents, by Alexander Baron, pages 18-9, same issue.

Click here for this and all my contributions to Model Journal.


MUSIC COLLECTIVES: A RADICAL ALTERNATIVE, published in Briticism, October/November 1989, Volume 1, Number 3, pages 18-9.

A feature on South East London Musicians’ Collective.


Union seeks hours cut, published in Outlook, issue 6, OCT/NOV 1989, page 8.

Alexander Baron reports from a post-industrial battlefront.


ANNE SCOTT AGENCY, published in Model Journal, Nov. 89, page 6.

A credited article with lots of photos on page 6 and 7. Not mine, of course.

Kostas GRIVAS, published in the same issue, page 19. That’s the gent’s name.


Henry Fjord, published in MAR, issue 2, November 1989, page unnumbered.


Debbie Holmes
TOP TEAM
Model Agency

Published in Model Journal, No. 11 Dec/Jan 89/90, pages 16-7.

An interview with a former model then running her own agency. Not my photo of course.

CHILDSPLAY, published in the same issue as above, page 18.

I think the photos of the Director and P.A. are miscaptioned.

Click here for all my contributions to Model Journal.


Dick Whittington lives again, published in Outlook, Dec/Jan 1989-90, issue 7, page 10.

Not my title or photograph. About some builders I met - great guys - while doing cash-in-hand “security” work.


The following articles were published in Briticism, December 1989/January 1990, Volume 1, Number 4:

IS THERE INTELLIGENT LIFE ON EARTH?, pages 2 & 16.
THE REAL NORTH SOUTH DIVIDE: UNEMPLOYMENT AND WORKFARE IN THATCHER’S BRITAIN, pages 14-6.

Originally, the first of the above was entered erroneously as pages 1 & 16.

The second has been edited right down - the full article was very long. The full version was published in United Europe: Divided Britain.

Page 16 includes both articles, but for continuity purposes the two have been scanned individually.


AL BARON, published in CATFORD (TUC) CENTRE FOR THE UNEMPLOYED ANNUAL REPORT 1989-1990, page 14.

My contribution to the annual report. Edited. Click here for PDF.


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