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Right On! was published as a counterpoint to the Berkley Barb. This is cited as the first of the "Jesus papers", covering aspects of the 1960s and 1970s Jesus movement, followed closely by Agape (Seattle, WA).

It's founding organization, the Christian World Liberation Front split in 1975 and control of the paper stayed with staffer Sharon Gallagher. The name change the following year reflects this event, and completes the change in character of the paper from it's radical roots. Radix takes on a mellower, more literary tone than Right On! reflected in it's heyday.

General info

First issue: July 1969
Final issue: June 1976
Renamed to Radix

Publisher: Christian World Liberation Front (Berkeley, CA)
OCLC: 1777742


Publisher - Jack Sparks
Editor - Ginny Hearn
Assistant Editor - Sharon Gallagher

Columns & regular features

A Joyful Noise: Album reviews, commentary, and other musical notes by Paul Baker.

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