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1 Brown, Ray Our Crisis Economy. The End of the Boom
New York/Ann Arbor, MI Students for a Democratic Society/Economic Research and Action Project, Publishers no Wraps Good 
no date, 1960s. Single stapled booklet, with a light pink printed cover. 5 pp. A study of the American economy from the 1930s to the 1960s, arguing that the boom economy would not continue due to rising numbers in employment age workers and loss of jobs to increasing automation, while also highlighting the large amount of Americans living in poverty, including African-Americans. Issued by the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society). VERY GOOD condition. Minor wrinkling, curling and toning to the piece. 
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Countdown 1. A Subterranean Magazine, Cleaver, Eldridge; Snyder, Gary; Rubin, Jerry, et al.
2 Cleaver, Eldridge; Snyder, Gary; Rubin, Jerry, et al. Countdown 1. A Subterranean Magazine
New York New American Library 1970 no First Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good 
Stated first printing. Mass market paperback. Black and white illustrations throughout. A collection of essays, poetry, interviews, etc., reflecting on various counterculture related subjects, from LSD to the Black Panthers. This includes a poem, 'Smokey the Bear Sutra,' by Gary Snyder, an essay by Eldridge Cleaver, a manifesto/rules piece by the Black Panthers, etc. Work drawn from various underground newspapers and publications. VERY GOOD condition. Minor soiling, toning and a few dark scuffs to the covers. Light creasing and edgewear. 
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The Greenleaf. Issue #13. March 6, 1963, Harvey, Arthur (editor). Various Authors
3 Harvey, Arthur (editor). Various Authors The Greenleaf. Issue #13. March 6, 1963
Raymond, NH No Publisher 1963 no Wraps Good 
Newsletter, printed on blue and white paper, stapled at the upper left corner. 8 by 11 inches. A single issue of this newsletter apparently devoted to peace and anti-war (presumably the Vietnam War) discussions, containing contributions by various people discussing not paying 'war taxes,' a new peace fellowship group at the University of New Hampshire, a discussion of a speech on military strategy, activities in Hanover, NH, etc. Edited by Arthur Harvey, one of the founders of the Greenleaf Harvester's Guild, a farming commune/cooperative based on pacifist principles. GOOD+ condition. Fold creases present, with an old mailing label on the lower rear page. Fading along the folds. Minor wrinkling. 
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Indochina Peace Campaign. No More Broken Treaties. Honor the Peace Agreement Leaflet, Indochina Peace Campaign. No More Broken Treaties. Honor the Peace Agreement Leaflet
4 Indochina Peace Campaign. No More Broken Treaties. Honor the Peace Agreement Leaflet Indochina Peace Campaign. No More Broken Treaties. Honor the Peace Agreement Leaflet
No Place Indochina Peace Campaign, Publisher no Unbound Good 
No place, perhaps, New York, Washington or Boston. No date, presumed early 1970s based on the call for the impeachment of President Nixon and reference to Watergate. Single sheet, printed on both sides. Type in large red letters on the front side, with a portrait of a Vietnamese or Cambodian man, in red, with a Native American in silhouette in the background. The leaflet, issued by the Indochina Peace Campaign, highlights various alleged war crimes committed by Nixon, as well as violations of congressional law and Paris Peace Agreement, calling for President Nixon's impeachment. The Indochina Peace Campaign began in 1972, seeking to educate the American public on the Vietnam War and the actions of Richard Nixon. Notable members of the group included Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda, with the organization ending in 1975 (Swarthmore College Collection). GOOD condition. Faint offsetting/browning to the front side. Minor wrinkling. inch tear at the top center edge. 
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POW's in American Jails, Indochina Solidarity Committee.
5 Indochina Solidarity Committee. POW's in American Jails
Ann Arbor, MI Indochina Peace Campaign no Pamphlet Very Good 
no date, presumed circa 1973. Side folding thin booklet. 8 pp. Black and white photos present. A pamphlet issued by the Indochina Peace Campaign regarding political and other prisoners of the United States in Vietnam, citing an agreement to end the war and restore the peace in Vietnam that had just been signed, and the daily violations of the agreement by the US. Brief discussion of the American programs 'Strategic Hamlet Program,' and the 'Phoenix Program.' Also discussed are the US prisons in and around Saigon, discussing torture methods allegedly used by the US, as well as alleging rape, etc. The Indochina Peace Campaign began in 1972, seeking to educate the American public on the Vietnam War and the actions of Richard Nixon. Notable members of the group included Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda, with the organization ending in 1975 (Swarthmore College Collection). VERY GOOD condition. Light toning and curling. Small dampstain to the lower edge. 
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6 Knopp, Alex et al. Indochina Peace Campaign Leafletting Project Ephemera. From the Philadelphia Area. Four Pieces
Philadelphia Philadelphia Area Indochina Peace Campaign, Publisher no Unbound Good 
circa 1972. Four loose pages 8 1/2 by 11 inches. One is a single sided flyer/leaflet advertising Jane Fonda speaking at Philco-Ford. This discusses both Vietnam and Brazil, and the US efforts to gain natural resources in both places. Photomechanically reproduced at some point, although presumably at the time of issue, for distribution. The second piece is a double sided mailing announcing and discussing a plan of action for the Indochina Peace Campaign in Philadelphia, including organizing anti-war protestors and various other educational undertakings. With a plack and white reproduced photo of a young woman. Third piece: a discussion of the Indochina Peace Campaign leafletting project, outlining objectives and goals, as well as the hope for the effectiveness of leafletting. 2 sided, and written by Alex Knopp. The fourth piece is single sided questionnaire evaluating the leafletting campaign and its effectiveness, with questions for the activist to answer. The Indochina Peace Campaign began in 1972, seeking to educate the American public on the Vietnam War and the actions of Richard Nixon. Notable members of the group included Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda, with the organization ending in 1975 (Swarthmore College Collection). All in GOOD or slightly better condition, with some browning, minor soiling and staining. Some creasing and wrinkling present. 
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Stop The Grapes! Les Raisins, C'est Assez!, No author Given
7 No author Given Stop The Grapes! Les Raisins, C'est Assez!
Montreal United Farmworkers Boycott Committee, Publisher no Unbound Very Good 
no date, presumed late 1960s based on a reference to the strike being in its 14th month. Small leaflet. Double sided, with one side in English and the other in French. 8 by 5 inches. Text only, in varying sizes and intermittent bold type. A leaflet asking for people to join the Quebec Boycott Day on June 15 at the Maisonneuve Shopping Plaza. Mentioning Cesar Chavez and the United Farmworkers Union, the leaflet calls attention to the plight of the farmworkers, as well as to Montreal being the fifth largest market for California grapes in North America. VERY GOOD condition. Minor creasing and a hint of toning. 
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RAT Subterranean News. January 26th-February 9th, Rubin, Jerry et al
8 Rubin, Jerry et al RAT Subterranean News. January 26th-February 9th
New York R.A.T. Publications no Tabloid Good 
No date, presumed 1968. Side folding newspaper, with a single center horizontal fold, believed as issued. Approximately 16 by 11 inches. 24 pp., including covers, with black and white photos and illustrations throughout. An early issue of this newspaper, with coverage of riots in Washington D.C from April 4th-April 8th, referencing the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., coverage of Eugene McCarthy's potential run for president, an essay advocating draft dodging, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate browning. Minor wrinkling and creasing. Light soiling. A few small chips along the extremities. 
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RAT Subterranean News. July 1-15. 1968, Shero, Jeff et al (editor).
9 Shero, Jeff et al (editor). RAT Subterranean News. July 1-15. 1968
New York R.A.T. Publications 1968 no Tabloid Good 
Side folding newspaper. Approximately 16 by 11 inches. 20 pp. including covers, with black and white photos and illustrations throughout. This issue features an illustrated piece on crowd or protest dispersal tactics used by the police, an article on Jerry Rubin and his troubles with the law, news on music, theater, various collage art, etc. Rat Subterranean News, was a New York based newspaper founded in 1968, known for its coverage of far left organizations and causes as well as its militant stance on social and political issues. GOOD condition. General browning and minor soiling to the paper. Minor creasing, with some tearing and splitting along the spine. 
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10 Various Authors Andy Warhol's Interview. #34. July 1973
New York Motion Olympus Inc 1973 no Tabloid Good 
Folded tabloid newspaper. 48 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A single issue of this newspaper covering a range of pop culture topics and personalities. This issue with pieces on Stevie Wonder, Malcolm McDowell, Ricky Nelson, Peter Bogdanovich and others. GOOD condition. Moderate browning and dampstaining to the front cover, with the first several pages also dampstained in the gutter and top edges. Some chipping and flaking along the extremities. Minor soiling. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Indochina Chronicle. No. 6 and 7. Oct. 15, 1971, Various Authors
11 Various Authors Indochina Chronicle. No. 6 and 7. Oct. 15, 1971
Washington Indochina Resource Center, Publisher 1971 no Wraps Very Good 
Side folded journal. 16 pp. A few photos and drawings throughout. A single issue of this journal devoted to the Indochina region of Asia, including Vietnam and Laos, focusing primarily on the US led military actions and war in Vietnam, as well as secret bombings in Laos. This issue contains two large articles, one discussing the US Air Force and its secret electronic war, covering the use of computers, lasers and other technology to bomb targets, etc. The other article also focuses on the US Air Force and its primary role in the Vietnam War, arguing that it is more important in wars than boots on the ground. The Indochina Resource Center was formed in 1971 to inform the media and public on actions in that region, eventually being absorbed into the Asia Research Center (See Swarthmore College website). VERY GOOD condition. General toning and minor wrinkling. 
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12 Various Authors Indochina Peace Campaign Report. Questions about the POW's Before We Make them Heroes
Santa Monica, CA Indochina Peace Campaign, Publisher no Wraps Very Good 
no date, perhaps circa 1973/74. Large format newspaper type journal, folded in quarters. Four pages. Black and white photos throughout. A report by the Indochina Peace Campaign providing interviews with former US POW's held by the North Vietnamese, in which claims of mistreatment and torture at the hands of the North Vietnamese are rebutted, as well as questioning the motives of the US government and the potential use of torture as propaganda. The Indochina Peace Campaign began in 1972, seeking to educate the American public on the Vietnam War and the actions of Richard Nixon. Notable members of the group included Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda, with the organization ending in 1975 (Swarthmore College Collection). About VERY GOOD condition, with general browning to the newsprint paper. Minor wrinkling. 
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Off Our Backs. A Woman's News-Journal. Volume 1, Number 14. December 14, 1970, Various Authors
13 Various Authors Off Our Backs. A Woman's News-Journal. Volume 1, Number 14. December 14, 1970
Washington Off Our Backs, Publisher 1970 no Tabloid Good 
Side folding newspaper format. 17 by 11 inches. 16 pp. Illustrations throughout. A single issue of this newspaper devoted to issues affecting women in the United States and worldwide. Founded in 1970, the journal published until 2008, providing a voice to feminist philosophies and viewpoints. This issue discusses the politics of pornography, the abortion industry in New York, an excerpt from a journal of travel to Budapest, etc. With a centerfold poster. GOOD condition. Moderate to heavy browning. Minor soiling. Horizontal fold crease present, with some tearing along the right edge. Very light foxing. 
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RAT Subterranean News. June 5-19th, Various Authors
14 Various Authors RAT Subterranean News. June 5-19th
New York R.A.T. Publications 1970 no Tabloid Good 
No date, presumed 1970. Side folding newspaper, with a single center horizontal fold, believed as issued. Approximately 16 by 11 inches. 28 pp., including covers, with black and white photos and illustrations throughout. This issue with an article/interview titled 'Back From Hanoi,' and regarding the interviewee's firsthand perceptions of Vietnam and the Vietnam War. Also present is 'A Declaration of a State of War,' by fugitive Weatherman Bernardine Dohrn, being somewhat of a manifesto declaring Weathermen intentions in broad terms. A Weather Retort follows this piece. Dohrn was a leader in the Weather Underground movement, being a fugitive for several years. Another piece outlines the principles and resolutions of the group The Feminists, an organization active from 1968 to 1973. With a report on the freeing of several Black Panthers and other news regarding that organization, as well as news on Native American Indians and their efforts at seizing land. Centerfold 'poster' present. GOOD condition. Moderate to heavy browning. Horizontal fold crease present. Minor wrinkling and creasing. Light soiling. Moderate chipping and tearing along the extremities. 
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15 Various authors RAT Subterranean News. March 20-April 4, (1970)
New York R.A.T. Publications 1970 no Tabloid Good 
Side folding newspaper, with a single center horizontal fold, believed as issued. Approximately 16 by 11 inches. 28 pp., including covers, with black and white photos and illustrations throughout. An issue of this newspaper under women leadership, after being taken over by women staffers earlier in the year. This includes coverage of Vietnam War, abortion rights and issues, drugs, etc. Color Gay Liberation Front drawing by Suzanne BeVier on the rear cover. GOOD condition. Some browning to the paper. Minor soiling and creasing. Horizontal fold crease visible. Chipping and tearing, with some loss, along the extremities. 
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