London: Rising Free, Publisher. Tabloid. Good. Item #014008
no date, perhaps circa 1979. Side folding tabloid newspaper format although printed on better quality stock than newspapers. 12 pp. including covers. Photos and illustrations throughout. The first of an apparent 10 issues of this paper devoted to anti-fascist, anti-national front causes, as well as embracing the politics of anarchy and anarchism. The authors embrace satire and humor in all aspects of the writing, even taking aim at themselves in the process, to quote "Whenever I walk down Fleet Street, I am, like the vast majority of my fellow countrymen, amazed by the lack of an alternative trendy Anarchist rag. Other European countries have theirs. That's why I set up Xtra…" This issue mocks and criticizes Derrick Day, takes a look at labor and worker rights, how to defend oneself in the legal system, anarchy and other politics, etc. GOOD+ condition. Horizontal and vertical fold creases present. Minor wrinkling, toning and soiling.