Talk:Foxfire books

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i have a copy of a foxfire book, and the printing is from 1971. FYI.


I think a merger of these 3 articles (Foxfire books, Foxfire Fund, and Foxfire (magazine)) makes sense for many reasons:

  • Each article covers a different aspect of the Foxfire movement.
  • Each article is short.
  • Each article repeats much of the same information as the other articles.

For these reasons I think 1 comprehensive article covering the entire Foxfire movement would be better than 3 separate ones. McBrayn (talk) 03:47, 20 February 2010 (UTC)

Yup. Merge 'em all under the magazine, which came first and allowed the other two to exist. --Orange Mike | Talk 18:22, 15 July 2010 (UTC)