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Pantere Bianche: Periodico di Pratica Sociale Alternativa. Nos. 0 (Apr. 1972) and 1 (May 1972) (all published)

Pantere Bianche: Periodico di Pratica Sociale Alternativa. Nos. 0 (Apr. 1972) and 1 (May 1972) (all published)

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2 issues, each 16 pp., comprising a complete run of the radical leftist serial published in supplement to the Milanese countercultural magazine Re Nudo, with reports on strikes, demonstrations, and the student movement, No. 0 notably publishing a letter from Brigate Rosse claiming reponsibility for the kidnapping and release of Sit-Siemens foreman Idalgo Macchiarini, both profusely illus. in color with sophisticated page designs integrating text and image. Minor toning at edges. Oblong tabloid. Color illustrated self-wrpps., No. 0 with loss to upper right corner, No. 1 with minor staining and pencil notation to back cover. Milan 1972. Outstanding and rare example of the Italian alternative press. As of February 2018, WorldCat locates only a single holding in North America.
  • Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 47999
  • Title: Pantere Bianche: Periodico di Pratica Sociale Alternativa. Nos. 0 (Apr. 1972) and 1 (May 1972) (all published)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Bookseller catalogs: 20th Century; Serials; Italy;
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