Hartland, VT: [the Flower brothers], 1948-49. Three issues, 24p. each, of the finely printed little magazine published by the radical pacifist, arch-individualist brothers; issues present are February 1948 and May and October 1949.
"Printed in our corner of the universe at erratic intervals of eternity." Contents include poetry and prose on subjects including the Paul Robeson's visa troubles, attacks on civil liberties in the US under growing anti-communist sentiment (one such piece by Scott Nearing), and justification of Chinese and Soviet government expropriation of private property. Much of the February 1948 issue is devoted to material on capital punishment ("legalized murder").
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