Andover, CT: Afghan Support Committee, [1980-81]. Three handbills and four staplebound packets, most photoreproduced from typescript; minor traces of rust to the staples, minor handling wear, generally very good. Note: This is NOT the organization that was later founded by Osama Bin Laden with the same name.
The Committee voices its support for the anti-Soviet Mujahideen, relaying reports from Marxist-Leninist observers within Afghanistan. Two of the handbills are titled "Russians' hands off Afghanistan," with different content; the other is "The Communist Movement in Afghanistan." The packets are "Was the 'Marxist' takeover in Afghanistan fact or fantasy" (5p.), "An interview in Peshawar with the Melat (Nation) Group" (5 p.), and two two-pagers both titled "Report from the western war front of Afghanistan," both describing events around Herat.