NY: Privately published, 1968. The button shows Abolafia naked holding a hat over his private parts with his campaign slogan "What have I got to hide." Abolafia was an artist, activist, and fixture in the Greenwich Village scene of ths sixties where he organized Love-ins and Happenings and published the.....
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n.p.:n.p., . A special issue devoted entirely to the famous May 1968 uprisings in France. Profusely illustrated with outstanding photographs. Prints texts by Cohn-Bendit and others. Very good plus.
NY: Bantam, . First edition of this Paperback Original. A profile of the Baby Boomers and the "generation gap." Reprints articles and interviews culled from various sources profusely illustrated with photographs and unusual graphics. Inconspicuous owner's name inside front cover, else very good plus to near fine...
NY: Monthly Review Press, . Pamphlet. First edition. An early critique of the war in Vietnam. Near fine.
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).
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).
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.....
NY: Pocket Books, . First paperback edition thus, originally published by Contact Books. Few thin stains to top of front cover, else near fine.
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.....
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., . A counterculture literary mag from England. Reprints Tuli Kupferberg's "Fuck Nam: A Morality Play" in its entirety, illustrated with photographs of Vietnamese war victims. Also prints "Dada" by Jim Drake and more. Very good plus.
NY: Basic Pamphlets, 1964. Pamphlet. First edition. Small stain to back cover, else near fine.
NY: Basic Pamphlets, 1964. Pamphlet. First edition. Basic Pamphlet No. 17. Near fine.
NY: Grove Press, . First paperback edition. Couple of creases to spine, else solid very good plus to near fine.
[Washington State: State Printing Office, 1948]. Softbound. First edition. Report issued by the Washington State Legislature in an effort to ferret out Communists among university professors, students, and others. Early McCarthy-era item. Fine.
[NY]: Signet, . First edition of this Paperback Original. Cover price neatly inked out, pages slightly toned, else near fine.
NY: Lancer, . First edition of this Paperback Original of the classic blaxploitation film. Illustrated with stills from the film and includes excerpts of the dialog. Corner crease to front cover, else solid very good plus.
No place: Bee-Line, . First edition of this Paperback Original. Very good plus.
Berkeley: FSM Records, 1965. Pamphlet. First edition. Prints the lyrics to Free Speech Movement protest songs that were issued on an LP record of the same name. Fine.
Berkeley: KPFA-Pacifica, 1964. LP record. Speeches by Mario Savio, University President Clark Kerr, Willie Brown, and others, with location recordings from various rallies. Near mint record in like jacket.
NY: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965. Pamphlet. First edition. Near fine.
LA: Ward Ritchie Press, 1969. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. A survey of student activism on California campuses during the sixties. Near fine.
[Santa Barbara: Unicorn Press, 1967]. Pamphlet. First edition. Excerpts from a Poetry Reading for Peace in Vietnam held at the First Methodist Church in Santa Barbara, 1967. Includes Elizabeth Bartlett, Alan Brilliant, Tom Mooney and others. Signed on the cover by a contributor. Fine.
NY: Marzani & Munsell, 1963. Pamphlet. First edition. An excerpt from The Other Side of the River. Near fine.