Jim Haynes

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Haynes (centre) on TV discussion programme After Dark in 1988, with Andrea Dworkin and host Anthony Clare

James Haynes (born 10 November 1933), commonly known as Jim Haynes, is a British sociologist and writer. He is a former figure in the British "underground" and alternative/counter-culture scene of the 1960s. He was the founder of Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre, the paper International Times and the London Arts Lab in Drury Lane.[1]

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  1. "Meet Jim". After Eight. Nestlé. Archived from the original on 3 September 2011.