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image of The class background and orientation of the new left. Some questions arising from the split at the Liberated Guardian

The class background and orientation of the new left. Some questions arising from the split at the Liberated Guardian

by Boskey, Jill, Aubrey Brown, James Herod, Sydney Lines, Melinda Myrick [and] Mary Phillips

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Published
1971
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Boston: New England Free Press, 1971. 7, [i]p., wraps slightly worn, remains of sticker on front wrap else good condition, 8.5x11 inches. At head of title: Toward a working class politics. Written by members of the Liberated Guardian's staff who had been "left behind" when nine staff members went on strike and published a "liberated" Liberated Guardian. The… Read more
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image of Berkeley Barb: vol. 6, #24 (#149) June 21-27, 1968: You Scum!

Berkeley Barb: vol. 6, #24 (#149) June 21-27, 1968: You Scum!

by Scherr, Max, editor & publisher, Valerie Solanis, Andy Warhol, Bill Eckert, Larry Miller, Lenny Lipton, Stew Alpert, et al.

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Published
1968
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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, comix, events, sex, music, theatre, film, personal ads, lightly-worn and toned on newsprint. Cover cartoon appears to depict Valerie Solanas shotting Andy Warhol while naked. She had attempted murdering the artist two weeks earlier. Near full-page article on the Diggers in Berkeley.
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image of LNS #727 September 6, 1976

LNS #727 September 6, 1976

by Liberation News Service

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Published
1975
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New York: Liberation News Service, 1975. 8, [iv]p., unbound sheets as issued, 10x14 inches, creased horizontally, Complete, includes two pages of graphics with captions on verso. LNS was the primary news service providing radical movement news and comment to the underground press and later alternative papers.
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image of Punk Planet. No. 15 (Oct/Nov 1996)

Punk Planet. No. 15 (Oct/Nov 1996)

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Published
1996
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Chicago: the zine, 1996. 160p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, minor handling else good condition. Interviews with bands, a profile of Nicole Panter, and more.
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image of Punk Planet. No. 6 (Mar/Apr 1995)

Punk Planet. No. 6 (Mar/Apr 1995)

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Published
1995
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Chicago: the zine, 1995. Staplebound. 92p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, minor handling, some toning around the edges of the cover wrap, else good condition. Interviews with bands, a profile of Nicole Panter, and more.
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image of Berkeley Barb: vol. 9, #2 (#204) July 11, 1969: Read All About It!

Berkeley Barb: vol. 9, #2 (#204) July 11, 1969: Read All About It! "Max is a Pig

by Scherr, Max, editor, Kay Greaves

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Published
1969
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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1969. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, emasculated issue of the radical rag on newsprint. As of this issue Max Scherr was in conflict with Red Mountain Tribe who were picketing the paper and printing their own version with non-union labor. This brief issue contains the cover statement from Scherr,… Read more
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image of Small Arms [two issues, vol. 1 nos. 1 and 5]

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Springfield, MA: the newspaper, 1970. Two issues of the local underground newspaper, both with horizontal fold, toning, and crinkling; latter issue mis-folded, with a tear to the edge of the fold on the first page. Anti-war news, updates on local arrests and activism, statements related to feminist and gay organizing, and more.
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image of Los Angeles Free Press: vol. 8 #41,  #377, Oct 8-14 1971.

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Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 1971. Newspaper. 40 p., 17.5x11.5 inch tabloid newspaper; flat, toned, a few tiny marginal tears and edge and shelf wear, previous owners initials/subscription label on cover wrap, some dust; very good copy. Inside find: Very long and extensive article and interview with Daniel Ellsberg, "The Big Chicken Contest", "Did Police Chief steal 500… Read more
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image of Fifth Estate [4 issues]

Fifth Estate [4 issues]

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Published
2019
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Detroit, MI: Fifth Estate, 2019. Four issues of the long-running anarchist underground newspaper, Vol. 28 No. 1 (341), Vol. 31 No. 1 (347), Vol. 49, No. 2 (392), and Vol. 53 No. 3 (402). First two issues are 8.25x11.25 inches in folded tabloid newspaper format, last two are 8x10.25 inches in stapled wraps, 31, 32, 46, and 47p.… Read more
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image of Uncovering the sixties, the life and times of the underground press

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New York: Citadel Press, 1991. Paperback. xviii, 378p., wraps, spine creased and slightly sloped else good condition.
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image of Good Times: universal life/ bulletin of the Church of the Times; vol. 2, #24, June 26, 1969: Report on Tiny Tim

Good Times: universal life/ bulletin of the Church of the Times; vol. 2, #24, June 26, 1969: Report on Tiny Tim

by Driggs, Steve, Joe Lemming, Tiny Tim, Marjorie Heins, Paul Prensky, Joyce Gardiner, Doc Stanley, John Pepper, Robert Altman, Joy Marcus, Lucia Morrison et al.

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Published
1969
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San Francisco: Trystero Co., Waller Press, 1969. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, reports, actions, psychedelia, ads, illustrations, photos, lightly-worn and creased newsprint. San Francisco's longest lasting underground paper. Formerly SF Express Times.
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image of National Weed. Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 1976)

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New York: National Weed, 1976. 31p., tabloid newspaper format, spine is splitting around the fold, a decent reading copy only. A National Enquirer-style publication, but largely focused on marijuana. Also, "Klan army rides again," how to get rich stealing secrets from Jackie O's garbage, telephone hacking, etc.
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image of Take Over, Jan. 20-Feb. 6

Take Over, Jan. 20-Feb. 6

by The Bang Gang (staff)

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Published
1976
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Madison, WI: Random Louse, 1976. Newspaper. 19p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned, a small tear or two, a few lines crossed off and changed in pen on p6, 5 inch closed tear on p15/16 else good condition. Take Over was one of the longer-running underground papers of which Madison had three simultaneously at one point. Cover story… Read more
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image of Liberated Guardian, vol. 3 no. 4 (August 1972)

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New York: Liberated Guardian Workers' Collective, 1972. 16p., 11x17 inch tabloid, folded, toned. The Liberated Guardian was the breakaway radical paper founded by disgruntled staff members of the Guardian, the primary national paper of the new left.
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image of Haight Ashbury Newspaper: A Collective Perspective; Vol. 3, No. 7, September 1980

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San Francisco: Haight Ashbury Newspaper Collective, 1980. [8] p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned else very good condition. Neighborhood news, poetry, and numerous ads for neighborhood shops of the era. Includes an interview with then-mayor Dianne Feinstein on the future of housing in the Haight Ashbury.
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image of Alternative to Alienation. No. 7 (March-April 1976)

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Toronto, 1976. 23p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, paper toned, minor wear. Includes a piece on "Mysticism, fascism, and the need for transcendence," Bob Dylan's music as a tool for getting back in touch with men's alienated feminine sides, and a three-page piece on fighting homophobia.
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image of Jabiru Tribe. No. 4 (July 1992)

Jabiru Tribe. No. 4 (July 1992)

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Published
1992
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Corpus Christi: Jabiru Tribe, 1992. Newspaper. 4p. folded tabloid newspaper on heavy white stock, very good. Texas counter-culture underground paper.
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image of Northwest Passage, Vol. 5, No. 11, Sept. 27 - Oct. 10, 1971

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Bellingham, WA: Northwest Passage, 1971. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, paper toned, illus., some fraying and dog-earing, some evidence of contact with water, else good. Underground paper covering movement news for Seattle and Bellingham. Centerspread features hippie recipes (with appropriate cartoon illustrations) for Carob-Fudge, Mincemeat Bars, and Great Green Good (don't ask). Also features reports on the Satsop Music Festival,… Read more
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image of Hundred Flowers. Vol. 2 no. 29 (October 22, 1971)

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Minneapolis: the newspaper, 1971. 16p., tabloid newspaper format, horizontal fold, paper evenly toned, corner creased. The community underground newspaper took its name from Mao's slogan, "Let a hundred flowers blossom, let a hundred schools of thought contend." Includes an article about Attica, the murder of Fred Hampton, local activities, etc.
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image of Hundred Flowers. Vol. 2 no. 29 (October 22, 1971)

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Minneapolis: the newspaper, 1971. 16p., tabloid newspaper format, horizontal fold, edge staining; a decent reading copy. The community underground newspaper took its name from Mao's slogan, "Let a hundred flowers blossom, let a hundred schools of thought contend." Includes an article about Attica, the murder of Fred Hampton, local activities, etc.
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