Santa Cruz, CA: the magazine, 1971-73. Fourteen issues of the radical journal, 6.5x10 inches, ranging from 16 to 35 pages, offset printed with artwork in spot colors, some issues profusely illustrated in collage format. One issue includes a single-sheet communique laid in from the People's Revolutionary Army taking credit for bombing a bank on Mission Street. Generally very good, with minor foxing and crinkling. Issues present are vol. 1 nos. 4-8, vol. 2 nos. 1-4, 6-8; vol. 3 no. 4, and vol. 4 no. 1.
Published by a collective that included graduate students in the History department at UCSC, the journal discusses the local antiwar movement, activities of students including the Chicano student organization and local feminist groups, the lettuce boycott, and numerous other topics in radical student activism. One member of the collective, Mike Rotkin, contributor of such articles as "Who can make a revolution in the US," became mayor of Santa Cruz.
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