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'''Flea Beetle''' is a hard-hitting [[zine]] out of Toledo, Ohio.  The [[zinester]] discusses the contradictions of states and governments whose stated health policies contradict their support of tobacco growers and corporations.  Essays proceed from an anarchist perspective, providing a critical analysis of addiction culture and one-dimensional society as posed by Herbert Marcuse and other social philosophers.  '''Flea Beetle''' provides an edgy, alternative voice to consumerism and the promotion of tobacco in the mass media.
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[[Image:Fleabeet2.jpg|thumb|Front cover of Flea Beetle: the anti-smoking zine]]
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'''Flea Beetle''' is a hard-hitting [[zine]] out of Toledo, Ohio.   
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Essays discuss contradictions inherent in states and governments whose support of tobacco growers and corporations belie stated, official health policies'''Flea Beetle''' provides a critical analysis of addiction culture and one-dimensional society, as posed by Herbert Marcuse and other social philosophers.  An edgy, [[Anarchism|anarchist]] voice against consumerism and the promotion of tobacco in the mass media.
  
 
Flea Beetle is issued irregularly in an 8 x 5.5 in. format, with bright yellow covers.
 
Flea Beetle is issued irregularly in an 8 x 5.5 in. format, with bright yellow covers.
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[[category:zine]][[Category:Zines from the U.S.A.]] [[Category:Ohio Zines]][[Category:Anarchist]]

Latest revision as of 13:35, 8 December 2007

Front cover of Flea Beetle: the anti-smoking zine

Flea Beetle is a hard-hitting zine out of Toledo, Ohio.

Essays discuss contradictions inherent in states and governments whose support of tobacco growers and corporations belie stated, official health policies. Flea Beetle provides a critical analysis of addiction culture and one-dimensional society, as posed by Herbert Marcuse and other social philosophers. An edgy, anarchist voice against consumerism and the promotion of tobacco in the mass media.

Flea Beetle is issued irregularly in an 8 x 5.5 in. format, with bright yellow covers.