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Charles Radcliffe

Charles Radcliffewas editor of Heatwave[?], a radical magazine produced in London in 1966. It was cited in On the Poverty of Student Life[?] as an example of one of the "profoundly revolutionary tendencies in the critique of all aspects of the prevailing way of life". It was closely linked with Rebel Worker[?], a Chicago magazine published by Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont[?] and Bernard Marszalek[?]. They had links with bothe Industrial Workers of the World and American Surrealism.Radcliffe became a member of the British Section of the Situationist International in December 1966, but resigned by November 1967. (The British Section was then dissolved with the expulsion of Christopher Gray[?], Donald Nicholson-Smith[?] and Timothy Clark[?].)

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