The Paper

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The Paper was an early 1970s Wellington based "independent, radical newspaper" closely affiliated with Halt All Racist Tours and the Wellington Marxist-Leninist Organisation.

The Paper Collective published The Paper, which was sold to workers in the Hutt Valley.

Contributors to Issue 1

Contributors to the production of Issue 1 The Paper July 1973 were Trevor Richards, Roger Steele, Graeme Collins, Mike Law, Sandy Lonsdale, Meg Bailey, Don Franks, Gyles Beckford, Peter Boshier, Warwyck Dewe, Les Atkins, Rob Campbell, Peter Wilson, Gordon Clifton, Keith Stewart, Peter Franks, Rona Bailey, Lisa Sacksen, with editorial onus on Ted Sheehan and Jim Delahunty.

Contributors to Issue 2

Contributors to the production of Issue The Paper August 1973 were Roger Steele, Mike Law, Wong Ahfo, Cheryl Dimond, Neil Pearce, Bruce Robinson, Bruce Kirkland, Peter Franks, Don Franks, Gordon Clifton, Joris de Bres, Trevor Richards, Gil Peterson, Meg Bailey, Bill Rosenberg, Hillary Watson, Graeme Whimp, Keith Stewart,Les Atkins, Rob Campbell, Rona Bailey, Pam Hughes, Jane Myers, Don Swan with editorial onus on Ted Sheehan and Jim Delahunty.

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