Madison, WI: Studies on the Left, 1960. Magazine. 128p., softbound in 6x9 inch decorated wraps. A fair-only copy with a badly bumped corner-tip, creasing, crimping, abrasion, light stain, rusted staples. Text is unmarked and sound, but a gummed-flap promotional envelope has adhered to p113, with loss of three lines of print. As is.
Includes a HUAC expose by Frank Donner, Sidney Peck on Political consciousness of rank-and-filers, and a Letter to the New Left by C. Wright Mills. Also, an in-depth interview with Richard Drinnon, whose forthcoming book on Emma Goldman was deemed "not scholarly work" by a UC review committee and whose promotion was denied by UC Berkeley administrators. First question: "What was your path to radicalism?" this interview runs 5 or 6 pages, printed smallpoint.