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Los Angeles: Campus Coalition to Dump Nixon, . 8.5x14 inch handbill, printed both sides, partly illustrated with cartoons about the gas shortage and student debt. Horizontal fold crease, faint stain. Calls for a march from Echo Park to MacArthur Park as part of a national day of protest.
Española, NM: El Grito del Norte, 1972. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, text in English and Spanish, light edgewear, evenly toned, address label on rear wrap, else very good condition. Cover depicts Nixon (the x rendered with a swastika) grinning as his mind is filled with images of dead.....
San Francisco: New American Movement; Medical Committee for Human Rights; HealthPac, . 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed both sides, date penned in corner, otherwise very good. Calls for picketers to protest Weinberger's appearance as the keynote speaker for the American Public Health Association.
Berkeley: Indochina Bulletin, 1973. Newspaper. 4 page tabloid format newspaper, paper toned, folded horizontally, otherwise very good. Coverage of the Vietnam War, generally sympathetic to the insurgencies in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Cover story on US arms shipments to South Vietnam.
Berkeley: Indochina Bulletin, 1973. Newspaper. 4 page tabloid format newspaper, paper toned, folded horizontally, couple small edge tears. Coverage of the Vietnam War, generally sympathetic to the insurgencies in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Cover story on the pressure facing Nixon to exit the US role in Cambodia.
Los Angeles: National Lawyers Guild, . 8.5x14 inch sheet printed both sides, intended to be folded up and kept in a pocket for reference in case of arrest at a September 27 anti-Nixon demonstration. This example has the fold creases to suggest it was used in just that fashion. Includes.....
Washington DC: GPO, 1970. Pamphlet. ix, 33p., softbound, a 9x6 inch pamphlet in plain printed celadon wraps, title leaf bears a paperclip dent and rust-stain, covers mildly edgeworn with a turned corner-tip, item is else sound, clean, unmarked. No clear-cut distinction is made in this text between women's rights, and.....
San Francisco: Bay Area Committee to Stop the Grand Jury, Irish Community Defense Committee, . Red, white and blue handbill, 8.5x12 inches, small area of browning else very good condition. In the cover illustration inquisitorial judges lean toward a hapless defendant on a stage, framed by curtains resembling American flags.....
Sydney, Australia: Resistance, 1969. 18p., last page loose but present, wraps lightly worn, faint dampstain on bottom corner, 8.5x11 inches. Front cover cartoon depicts Nixon with a flag as his security blanket. Laid in is Resistance Newsletter 22, issued by the same Trotskyist organization at the same time, an 8-page.....
New Rivers Press, 1972. Pamphlet. [68p.], staplebound booklet, very good. Issued as a supplement to "Fragments, The Little Magazine" and "The Minnesota Review." Anthology of poetry related to Nixon in various ways.Contributors include C.K. Williams, Robert Bly, John Bennett, H.C. Nash, Don Olsen, Daniella Gioseffi, and others.
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, . Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, 8.5x11 inches, very good, red headline with photo of Richard Nixon on cover. Lists figures for US dead, wounded, MIAs, inflation, financial costs, heroin addiction, as well as the cost to Indochina (lists civilian deaths, military deaths, wounded, bombings).
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, [197-]. 17x23 inches, poster on newsprint, folded into quarters, evenly browned else very good condition; printed in black with red headline SIX MILLION VICTIMS; photos of Richard Nixon and Vietnamese victims of war. Text reads "the human cost of the Indochina War under President Nixon.....
Cambridge: Throw the Bum Out Mime Troupe, . Poster. 17x11 inch poster, vertical fold crease; the blank verso has extensive pencil notations (apparently notes taken during the performance; they refer to various Nixonian shenanigans). The notations, and the toning on that side, are not apparent from the front. "A two-hour.....