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San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1967. Sixteen page newspaper, paper browned, 11.75x17.5 inches, creased once horizontally. Over the fold headline: The days we seized the streets in Oakland, inside: the full story of Stop the Draft Week. Other articles include Noel Ignatin's Integrated organizing, Julius Lester's The powerful did not.....
Berkeley: New Morning Collective, 1972. Single issue of the underground paper, 20p., light edgewear. Radical paper, originally distributed for free, with cover story on the Yenan Spirit in Berkeley (with a centerfold poster of a revolutionary Chinese papercut). Other articles on organic food, KPFA radio, and more.
Berkeley: New Morning Collective, 1972. Two issues of the underground paper, April and November 1972 (this latter copy rather worn and soiled). Radical paper, originally distributed for free, with articles on the Yenan Spirit in Berkeley (with a centerfold poster of a revolutionary Chinese papercut), anti-Vietnam War activities and more.....
Chicago, IL: Johnny Appleseed Patriotic Publications, 1970. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, illus., slightly toned, small closed press tears near the lower right corner on some pages, otherwise very good. The second issue of an ill-fated attempt to reframe the true meaning of Patriotism and the American Revolution as logically leading.....
Chicago, IL: Johnny Appleseed Patriotic Publications, 1970. Two issues of the tabloid format newspaper, pages toned, horizontal fold, minor edgewear, otherwise very good. Masthead quote cites the 1776 revolution as "nothing but the first act of the great drama," in the words of Banjamin Rush.
New York: Hard Rain, Inc., 1973. Newspaper. 20p., 20p., 24p., folded tabloids, illus., pages toned, some small chips and tears, else good. This largely political undergound paper was the successor to the Liberated Guardian, itself a split from the Guardian, the new left newspaper of record. At this point, the.....
San Francisco: the newspaper, 1971. Two issues of the community newspaper, vol. 1 nos. 1 and 3, eight pages each, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. North Beach lore and gossip, an article criticizing City Planning director Allan Jacobs and the city's bowing down to developers; a piece about.....
Bellingham, WA: Northwest Passage, 1970. Newspaper. 28p., folded tabloid, paper toned, illus., mailing label and cancelled stamps, small stain at bottom of front cover, mild fraying, else very good. Underground paper covering movement news for Seattle and Bellingham. Centerspread features hippie recipes (with appropriate cartoon illustrations) for Munchy Pail, Organic.....
Bellingham, WA: Northwest Passage, 1971. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, paper toned, illus., some fraying and dog-earing, some evidence of contact with water, else good. Underground paper covering movement news for Seattle and Bellingham. Centerspread features hippie recipes (with appropriate cartoon illustrations) for Carob-Fudge, Mincemeat Bars, and Great Green Good (don't.....
Bellingham, WA: Northwest Passage, 1971. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, paper toned, illus., some evidence of contact with water, else very good. Underground paper covering movement news for Seattle and Bellingham. Centerspread features hippie recipes Pumpkin Bread, Sunflower Roast, Crunchy Granola, and Spice Necklace. Elsewhere: Goat's Milk Cheese recipes. Also features.....
Ocean Beach: the newspaper, 1975. 20p., tabloid underground newspaper, old address label on cover, otherwise very good. Cover photo shows march for International Women's Day. Major article on the "Border Problem" and La Migra, outlining the disappointments encountered by many Mexican immigrants.
Glendora, CA: the paper, 1971. 4p., dittoed 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, very good. Radical high school underground newsletter, with several items carried from the Liberation News Service, a parody piece on the formation of a committee to defend Nixon's future assassin, and "Abnormal Comix."
Palo Alto, CA: 1969. Two issues of the radical community paper, vol. 2 no. 28 and vol. 3 no. 6; both with horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Includes coverage of efforts to disrupt the International Industrial Conference in SF, "red hunts" against student activists, and more.
[San Jose]: [Sedition], 1976. Two mimeographed 8.5x11 inch sheets, stapled at upper left, paperclip rust mark. Internal document from the staff of the underground newspaper Sedition, discussing changes needed to increase circulation and better reach the workers of the Santa Clara Valley. Notes that a name change is needed.
Austin, TX: The Rag, 1966. Newspaper. 16p., small-format underground paper on toned newsprint, closed edge tear to last two pages. An early and rather rudimentary issue of Austin's iconic underground paper. Articles on dope busts, a sarcastic call to buy war toys, local theater and music, and more.
Berkeley: [Jack Sparks], 1969. Newspaper. Unnumbered issue of the tabloid format newspaper, four pages, fold-creased. Quasi-underground paper published by Berkeley Jesus freaks to attract lost souls among the hippie throngs of the Bay Area. Biblical takes on an anti-war message. Affiliated with the Christian World Liberation Front.