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The person who has added the CleanUp notice didn't bother putting any reasoning onto the Discussion page. Anyway an opportunity for a question: would it not be better to have a Chris Pallis page (which can mention the names Maurice Brinton and Martin Grainger as well as provide a context for his work on Brain Death, Dutschke, etc) rather than a Maurice Brinton page?
I agree a Chris Pallis page would be better: the reason I did the basic rewrite on the Maurice Brinton stub last year was simply that it was there already and not very good. (The entry still needs quite a bit of work, but I too can't work out what needs cleaning up.) Paul Anderson
Mad Publishers, Hamburg, now Edition Nautilus
MaD (de:MAD (Zeitschrift)), a small anarchist publishers in Hamburg (lots of Situationist texts) published some of the Group Solidarity pamphlets in the early 1970s.--Radh (talk) 12:23, 26 August 2009 (UTC):