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Cambridge, MA: The Newsletter, 1966. 14p., very good in wraps; 8.5x11 inches. The Newsletter was an early and important anti-war effort by many associated with the Socialist Workers Party and others. Includes discussion of war crimes in Vietnam, the case of the Fort Hood Three, and more.
[Cambridge, MA]: Bring the Troops Home Now Newsletter, [196-]. 1.5 inch pin advertising the Cambridge-based anti-war newsletter; green and white stripes. The Newsletter, established in 1965, was an early and important anti-war effort by many associated with the Socialist Workers Party and others.
Cambridge: Bulletin of concerned Asian scholars, 1971. 176p., 8.5x11 inch staplebound wraps, small corner crease faintly stained. Back cover is decorated with pickup-truck / Jesuits-in-China pastiche, this signed 'Norman Rockwell.' Quarterly journal in magazine format. This issue's cover stories: Complete interview with Chou En-lai; Indochina Women's conference; Researching the Huks;.....
Minneapolis: DSI Sales, 1966. Magazine. [48p] 5.5x8.5 inches, articles, illustrated with b&w male physique photography and drawings, very good first edition digest-sized magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. This digest started out well with some top artists and photographers but by issue #5 while still using top artists and models they.....
[France]: the bulletin, 1963-64. Two issues, 18 and 20 pages, 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left, earlier issue has corner torn off cover (no text loss) and last page loose but present, some pen marginalia scattered throughout, paper toned. Text in French. Scarce discussion bulletin by council communists; not.....
[various]: [various Missions], [1960s]. Two leaflets, 5.5x8.5 inches printed one side only and one four-panel brochure folded to 5.5x7.5 inches, ink dates added on two stating June 21, 1960 & 5/13/61 otherwise very good. The leaflets contain points of interest and brief sketches of the histories as well as fervent.....
n.p. . 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good. From context it appears that it was issued in the Mid-Peninsula area, perhaps around Stanford. On a walk to show solidarity with the Presidio 27, outlining the events that followed the killing of Richard Bunch by a guard in the Army stockade.
Washington: GPO, 1963. 629p., in eight parts, each a staplebound booklet; very good. Hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and other Internal Security Laws on the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-Eighth Congress, first session. Includes testimony of Lyle Stuart, Sidney.....