New York: American Committee for Cultural Freedom, Publisher, 1968. Wraps. Good. Item #016640
Printed wraps. A long running little magazine focusing on art, literature and politics, that during the 1950s and 60s, was supported by funds from the CIA through its front, The American Committee for Cultural Freedom. This issue with a discussion on Black Power, including contributions by Robert Coles, Abbie Hoffman, Norman Mailer and others. With an essay on Godard by Susan Sontag, etc. GOOD condition. Heavy foxing to the covers, with very heavy toning to the spine. Minor soiling and staining. Wrappers curled and creased at the corners. Light foxing to the page edges.