Krassner, Paul (editor). Wilson, S. Clay (artist). Various Authors
Title The Realist. No. 95. December, 1972
Book Condition Good
Publisher New York The Realist Association, Publisher 1972
Seller ID 011721
Side stapled newsprint journal. 10 ½ by 8 ¼ inches. 32 pp., including covers. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout. A single issue of this long running newsletter/magazine, containing several pieces on the Watergate scandal, including Mae Brussell's Conspiracy Newsletter. Also present is a piece 'Why Truman Capote Went to Jail,' as well as comix 'The Dumbest Man in the World,' by S. Clay Wilson, the noted underground comic artist, most often known for his graphic depiction of violence and sex. The Realist was founded in 1958, becoming a key publication in the underground press, often using satire and subversive humor to critique American mainstream politics and culture. Founded by Paul Krassner, an American author, and member of the Merry Pranksters (as well as a founding member of the Yippies) [see Wikipedia]. GOOD+ condition. Moderate browning. Minor edgewear. Address label on the front cover.