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New York: Libertarian League, 1955. Newsletter. 10p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, two fold-creases, lightly worn, front wrap stained, rear wrap detached at top staple. Cover story on the Spanish anarchist underground, plus articles on anarcho-syndicalism in Argentina, the Libertarian Association of Cuba, and more.
New York: the League, 1965. Two issues of the periodical, 28p. & 25p., 5.5x8.5 inchesessays, opinions, letters, illustrations, very good booklet format journal in stapled pictorial wraps. Includes articles on the civil rights movement, Cuba's suppression of anarchists, and the centennial of the First International.
New York: the League, 1957-1965. Staplebound booklet format; very good. 5.5x8.5 inches. Numbers present are 27, 28, 42, 44-46, 48, and 50 (this last issue with the new title). Includes articles on current events and theory, as well as historical pieces on the Spanish Civil War and anarchist thinkers...
Santa Cruz: Jorj Matiasz, [ca. 1973]. Four issues of the newsletter, including number Zero, followed by 1-3. The final issue states that it will be the last because of insufficient subscriptions to make up for the cost of production. Length ranges from 5 to 11 pages; number 2 is 8.5x14.....
Hartford: New Mass. Media Inc., 1975. 20p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, illus., mild fraying, else very good. Halfway between an underground and an alternative paper, with more political content than typical. Material on "Ozone perils," new look at the Rosenberg case, report on the Libertarian Party ("strange purists"), movie reviews.....