The Angry Corrie 11: Feb-Mar 1993
THE ANGRY CORRIE
"Nobody wins unless everybody wins"
Feb-Mar 1993 No. 11
The Powers that Be: Dave Hewitt, Perkin Warbeck
The People's Army: Jim Bailey, Robert Bradbury, Val Hamilton, Grant Hutchison, Chris Lennox, David McVey, Hugh Tooby
The Lines which are Drawn: Craig Smillie, Chris Tyler
The Crosses to be Borne: Shaggy
The Passers of Judgement: Jools and John
Thanks to DD for Aunt Sally ideas
Digital version of TAC11 created by: Ian Baines
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