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[Berkeley?]: Privately published, ca. 1970. Two mimeo sheets printed on both sides, stapled at the corner. Prints a long text on how and why students at Berkeley and elsewhere should strike in opposition to the invasion of Cambodia. Some occasional slight discoloration to paper but still nice.
NY: Grove, . 16mo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Boyle's account of the student uprisings at S. F. State. Fine in price-clipped dust jacket.
[Chicago: SDS,1968]. Pamphlet. First edition. An essay on how white radicals can help Blacks. Fine.
[Chicago: SDS, 1968]. Pamphlet. First edition. Near fine.
Detroit: Radical Education Project, ca. 1967. Pamphlet. First separate printing of this article that originally appeared in Dissent. Near fine.
NY: Monthly Review Press, . Pamphlet. First edition. An early critique of the war in Vietnam. Near fine.
[Berkeley]: Weather Underground Organization, 1974. Single sheet folded once to make four pages. Issued by the Weather Underground in support of the Symbionese Liberation Army in wake of the May 17, 1974 police seige of the SLA headquarters in Compton. Prints a long, incendiary text mourning the death of Cinque.....
Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1965. Softbound. First edition. The text of a 1965 speech delivered by Prime Minister Pham Van Dong. English-language anti-American propaganda published in Hanoi during the Vietnam war. Near fine (bookstore stamp to back cover).
n.p.:n.p., . Three issues of this newsletter in support of the Chicago 15 who burned their draft cards. Creased for mailing, else near fine. The lot:.
Berkeley: Oyez, 1965. Broadside poem. First edition. Printed by Graham Macintosh. Scathing criticism of the war in Vietnam. Fine.
Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967. Pamphlet. First edition. English-language anti-American propaganda published in Hanoi during the Vietnam war. Sunning to edges of covers, else near fine (bookstore stamp to back cover).
London: Royal Festival Hall, 1964. Pamphlet. 8pp. First edition. Cover photo of a young Dylan. Prints Dylan's "My Life in a Stolen Moment," an early text in which Dylan recounts his adventures hitching across country and arriving in Greenwich Village. Includes an article on Dylan by Ralph J. Gleason, and.....
n.p.:n.p., . Chicago's premiere underground paper. Articles on the Bank of America bombing, the Black Panthers, Gay Liberation, drugs, and various counterculture subjects. Also features Ron Cobb cartoons, prints Jerry Farber's "The Student as Nigger," and more. Covers and some pages printed in color. Fine (short tear to edge of.....
n.p.:n.p., . "Childcare, Education, Indochina War, Racism, Working Conditions." Illustration of a mother holding her child. Printed in green and blue on white stock. Some foxing to top edge, else near fine (approx. 29" x 23").
n.p.: Privately published, ca. 1968. The bearer of this card is "classified in Class 6-Z until PEACE DECLARED by General Hershey Bar...by President Doctor Spock...by President Richard Nixon." Instructions on the back of the card on how to "burn or 'boil' your non-draft card and to surrender the ashes...please alter.....
Washington, DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1974. Prints photos and descriptions of each. "The above individuals are self-proclaimed members of the Symbionese Liberation Army and reportedly have been in possession of numerous firearms including automatic weapons. William Harris and Patricia Hearst allegedly recently used guns to avoid arrest. All three.....
NY: Privately published by the Yippies, 1968. 4to. Illustrated with a photograph of a pre-Columbian sculpture of a laughing figure. Signed by Paul Krassner. The handbill states: "MACY'S GIANT NEW-NATION CELEBRATION to help free us from the property fetish, macy's will become a liberated zone SATURDAY, June 8, from 1.....
Albuquerque: Albuquerque Co-operative News Project, ca. 1969. Newsletter relating to the Chicago 8, and more. Acidic paper browning, one fold, else fine.
Boston, MA: New England Free Press, n.d. Pamphlet. First separate printing of this piece that originally appeared in the Monthly Review Press. Near fine.
n.p.:n.p., . Tabloid, folded as issued. Published by the Red Mountain Tribe. Soledad Brothers, Vietnam, revolutionary calendar, articles on counterculture issues with the accent on Revolution, etc. Paper slightly toned, else fine.
No place: Ramparts Press, . Softbound. First edition. A solid reading copy.
[Madison, WI: SDS, ca. 1969]. Pamphlet. First edition. Touch of sunning, else fine.
[Chicago: SDS, 1968]. Pamphlet. Second printing. Fine.