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Free Vermont was a network of communes and collectives throughout the state of Vermont. It existed from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s. It encompassed over a dozen communes and hundreds of people. They put out their own newspaper called "Free Vermont!" and they had their own flag. They laid the groundwork for food co-ops, health clinics, free schools, organic farms, and alternative institutions throughout Vermont. Some of the Free Vermont initiators were members of the radical film group "Newsreel".
- David Van Deusen, GREEN MOUNTAIN COMMUNES: The Making of a Peoples’ Vermont. InfoShop News, 2008.
- Robert Houriet, Getting Back Together. Putnam Publishers: 1971
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