Bellingham, WA: Northwest Passage, 1972. Tabloid. Good. Item #014630
A long-running underground paper from Bellingham, Washington, started in 1969 and publishing until 1986. While initially focusing on counterculture, the paper covered politics, environment, women's rights and other issues with a left wing perspective. Some of its writing would serve to influence local politics and policy after their journalism exposed corruption in government or business. This issue with a look at civil disobedience and protests, women's rights including notable women in recent history, a look at anarchism, a one page piece on a concert by the Grateful Dead, recipes for fruit based drinks, two illustrations by George Jartos. GOOD condition, ex-college library and bearing minor stamping and label to the front cover. Horizontal fold creases present, rather haphazard. Uneven moderate browning to the paper.