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Berkeley, CA: Southeast Asia Resource Center, 1979. 28p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, thoroughly illustrated with B&W photos. Wraps worn, address label on rear wrap, rear wrap stained else good condition. Special joint issue with Pacific Research. Includes articles on women working at electronics assembly plants and Manila brothels.
n.p. Parody Productions, [199-]. 11x17 inch poster, very good. The apple emblem has been turned red, black and green. Small text at the bottom says "Thing again. When Apple uses images of Cesar Chavez and Rosa Parks, Apple goes for the bottom line." The "Think different" campaign began in 1997.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983. Hardcover. ix+291p., appendixes, notes, bibliography, index, tables, first edition in cloth boards and dust jacket. Clean, sound and unmarked, a very good copy. According to extant records and the author's computer, baronial discontent (Magna Carta &c) was not tax-related; "if anyone had reason to.....
Eugene OR: DLZ Media, 1996. 414p., publishers ad (for v.2, out shortly), trade-siZe glossy black wraps printed white, slightest wear to cover, a very good copy. A presentation inscription on the ffep signed "Dan" is probably the editor/publisher's. This first installment contains two novel-length pieces, "Can Androids Be Jewish?" by...
New York: Realist Association, December, 1966. 24p., newsprint magazine, paper somewhat browned. A pair of cover stories, Robert Anton Wilson on the cybernetic revolution, Renfreu Neff how automation has affected sexual life, especially the more exotic tastes. Find also a 5p. account of The LSD conference held in the Bay...