Philadelphia: Philadelphia Solidarity, 1972-1974. Four issues (two of them double issues), tabloid format on stiff white paper, ranging from 4 to 8 pages per issue. Very good. Issues present are 2, 3/4, 5, and 7/8. Also included are two leaflets issued by the group.
The Philadelphia Solidarity group, which was a branch of the Socialist Reconstruction Federation, had ties with Solidarity in Great Britain. Contents include news on local Philadelphia events, Quebec strikes, a critical article on Angela Davis for her failure to press for the release of prisoners of conscience in the socialist bloc, a piece on the NCLC's campaign of violence against left groups, and reviews of numerous anarchist books and other works.