San Francisco: Bay Area April 22 Coalition, . 10.5x18 inch poster, design adapted from a Cuban poster depicting falling bombs with the face of Richard Nixon. Small spot of foxing, otherwise very good. Advertises an event with speakers including Dick Gregory, Gloria Fontanez, Dave Dellinger and Le Anh Tu.
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.
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...
Montague, MA: Liberation News Service / New Media Project, 1968. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound at upper left; very good. LNS was the primary news service providing radical movement news and comment to the underground press. This packet includes a cover story on Hubert H Humphrey getting the finger, Billy Graham...
Sydney, Australia: Resistance, 1969. 18p., last page loose but present, 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 brochure listing local activist events.
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, . 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).
n.p. n.pub. n.d. 22x17 inch poster, photo of Nixon at microphone altered to add Hitler moustache and hair down his forehead, "law and order" pin on lapel, text in blue to left. Very good. This fake quote attributed to Hitler appeared in various radical media as a comparison to Nixon's...
New York: Committee to Set Aside the 1972 Election, in conjunction with the National Lawyers' Guild, [1973-?]. Four-panel brochure, 8.5x11 inches, initials on back cover scribbled out. On the "People's Lawsuit to Set Aside the 1972 Election," which argued that corporations and individuals including ITT and Ray Croc of McDonald's...
New York: Coalition for an Anti-Imperialist Movement, [1969-?]. 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed both sides on goldenrod paper, very good, though a slightly smudgy mimeograph job. Presumably issues at least a week before the demonstration in January 1969, though perhaps as early as the end of 1968. Demands include withdrawal from...
New York: Coalition for an Anti-Imperialist Movement, [1969-?]. 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed both sides, very good. Presumably issues at least a week before the demonstration in January 1969, though perhaps as early as the end of 1968. Demands include withdrawal from SE Asia, self determination for Black America, etc. Cartoon...
Chicago: Vietnam Veterans Against the War/Winter Soldier Organization, 1973. 16p. including covers, tabloid newspaper, edges worn, evenly toned. Newspaper published by veterans in support of Vietnamese guerrillas; "Kick Nixon Out" cover, plus stories on the Harlan County Miners' Strike, a protest at the Florida State Prison, and more.
New York: [Youth International Party], 1975. 24p., tabloid format newspaper, mild edgewear. Cover story is a hoax claiming that President Ford has resigned and Rockefeller taken over in his stead, leading to riots. Centerfold poster, "Dead Nixon Day," depicts Tricky Dick being carried in an open coffin. Instructions on lockpicking...