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CONTENTS

FEBRUARY’95

FEATURES

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ALTERNATIVE-FUEL VEHICLES MAKE DEBUT

by Malcolm Howard Electric and alternative-fuel vehicles are ready to go. Even hemp-derived biomass fuel could help America out of the global greenhouse. But Detroit and Washington policy is still dominated by petro-dinosaurs. Malcolm Howard explores the crossroads of American transportation.

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OUT TO SAVE THE WORLD.

LIFE AT THE FARM

by Michael I. Niman America’s oldest surviving hippie commune—Tennessee's The Farm—has survived drug busts and financial troubles to become a thriving community at the forefront of midwifery and other alternative therapies and technologies. Michael I. Niman visits Steve Gaskin, Ina Mae and other Farmers “out to save the world.”

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ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES

TREATING THE PATIENT, NOT THE DISEASE

by Peter Gorman If you have a tumor, a surgeon can cut it out. But will you have eliminated what caused it, and what could cause another? Alternative therapies treat the mind/body/spirit of a person rather than the disease. But with so many to choose from, how will you know what’s right for you? Simple: Go over this HT guide to get an idea of what’s what in healing.

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RAVING AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

by Sarah Ferguson Who are the Zippies? Are they techno-hippies tripping into the future? Or are they brilliant media pranksters of the moment? Sarah Ferguson takes a look at the hype.

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HT INTERVIEW.

JOHN ROBBINS

by David Jay Brown and Rebecca McClen Novick Not since Upton Sinclair's 1906 classic, The Jungle, exposed the Chicago meat-packing industry has a book had as much impact on American meat consumption as John Robbins' Diet for a New America. Robbins, scion of the Baskin-Robbins family, talks with HT about why he gave up meat, dairy and ice cream.

DEPARTMENTS

6 PAGE SIX

by Peter Gorman

8 LETTERS

10 HIGH VIBES

14 DISCS

15 TRAILS

16 BOOKS

17 NEWSPEAK

18 QUICK FLASHES

19 HIGH FIVES

21 HIGHWITNESS NEWS

FBI wiretap bill passed as liberals capitulate to government surveillance; rally roundup; NORML shake-up continues.

38 HIGHWITNESS VIEWS

by Stephen Gaskin and Jay E. Nowman

68 HOUND'S EYE VIEW

by James Marshall

75 HEMP TIMES

78 THE TEN MOST-ASKED GROW QUESTIONS

by MaryJane Green

80 ASK ED

by Ed Rosenthal

82 ESSENTIAL HERBS. A JOLT OF GINGER

by V. Popular

84 THMQ

by Pope Weasel

91 HIGH LIFE. REEFER RODENT

93 CHEF RA'S PSYCHEDELIC KITCHEN

98 HEMP 1OO

illustration by Cosmo

HIGH TIMES, FEBRUARY 1995. No. 234 (ISSN #0362-630X), published monthly by Trans-High Corporation, 235 Park Avenue South, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10003. Second class postage paid at New York, NY, and at additional mailing offices. Postmaster: Please send address changes to HIGH TIMES, PO Box 410, Mt. Morris, IL 61054.

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