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Hermenaut Issue # 11/12 (Winter 1997) Camp (The Digest of Heady Philosophy)
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Hermenaut Issue # 11/12 (Winter 1997) Camp (The Digest of Heady Philosophy)

By Glenn, Joshua (Editor)

Williamstown, MA: Hermenaut, 1997. Softcover. Very Good. 190pp; Covers clean & bright, small corner crease to back cover, handling wear to corners of some pages, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Flexi-Disk laid in. 1990s zine digest of heady philosophy. This issue: Camp. Partial Contents: Hermenaut of the month: Oscar Wilde; Semi-Precious Moments by Al Hoff; Nancy & Lee and Sonny & Cher by Phil Milstein; Viva Liberace! by Scot Hacker; The Art of Being Uncomfortable by Lisa Carver; Much more. Illustrated. Includes flexi-disk by Cosmonauts, "porchin.

$55.00

Willamette Bridge Newspaper (5 Issues: Vol. II, No. 22, 25; Vol. III, No. 1, 3, 16) (Oct. 24, 1969 - Apr. 23, 1970)
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Willamette Bridge Newspaper (5 Issues: Vol. II, No. 22, 25; Vol. III, No. 1, 3, 16) (Oct. 24, 1969 - Apr. 23, 1970)

By Well, Michael (Editor)

Portland, OR: Willamette Bridge, 1970. Softcover. Good. 11" x 17" Wraps; 128pp; five tabloid newspapers folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & slightly worn at folds, some pages edgeworn with a few short tears, text unmarked, Good condition. Five issues of vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Portland, Oregon. These issues span October, 1969 to April, 1970 with gaps. This paper was Portland's first major underground newspaper of the late 1960s era and was a member of the Underground Press Syndicate and the Liberation News Service. Partial Contents: Misadventurism in Chicago; Y D Convention; Hitchhiking Without Fear; Chicago Chicanery; Fred Hampton Memorial; The PSU Five; Ma Bell's Farm; much more. Illustrated with photos, drawings & cartoons.

$100.00

Helix Newspaper (5 Issues: Vol. 6 No. 2, 3, 5, 6, 10) (January - March 1969)
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Helix Newspaper (5 Issues: Vol. 6 No. 2, 3, 5, 6, 10) (January - March 1969)

By Helix Staff

Seattle, WA: Helix, 1969. Softcover. Good. 11" x 15" Wraps; 124pp; 5 tabloid newspapers folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & worn at folds, tear at fold on one issue, address label to four issues, short tears to some pages, text unmarked, Good condition. Five issues of vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Seattle, Washington. These issues span January to March, 1969 with gaps. Topics include: SDS convention, radical reply to Governor of Washington, utopians in Washington state, Eldridge Cleaver, Technocracy, Meher Baba, UFOs, IWW, Cuba, much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$90.00

Helix Newspaper (4 Issues: Vol. 5 No. 2, 7, 8, 9) (Oct - Dec 1968)
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Helix Newspaper (4 Issues: Vol. 5 No. 2, 7, 8, 9) (Oct - Dec 1968)

By Helix Staff

Seattle, WA: Helix, 1968. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 15" Wraps; 96pp; 4 tabloid newspapers folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & slightly worn at folds, small pen mark to cover of one issue, some pages edgeworn with a few short tears, address labels to two issues, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Four issues of vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Seattle, Washington. These issues span October to December, 1968 with gaps. Topics include: Eldridge Cleaver, parallel conspiracies, Saragossa Manuscript, New American Community, Dick Gregory, IWW, The Beatles as counterrevolutionaries, police state, White Panthers, R. Crumb, much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$80.00

Helix Newspaper (7 Issues: Vol. 11 No. 1, 2, 6, ?, 17, 18, 19) (January - May 1970)
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Helix Newspaper (7 Issues: Vol. 11 No. 1, 2, 6, ?, 17, 18, 19) (January - May 1970)

By Helix Staff

Seattle, WA: Helix, 1970. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 17" Wraps; 176pp; 7 tabloid newspapers folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & worn at folds, address labels to covers, short tears to some pages, text unmarked, Good+ condition. (3 issues are 11" x 15" and 4 issues are 11" x 17".) Seven issues of vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Seattle, Washington. These issues span January to May, 1970 with gaps. Topics include: abortion rights, conspiracy trial, marihuana, film, the 1960s: Decade of Struggle, World Doomed!, Vietnamization, oil, The Islanders: A Sufi Fable, Seattle Liberation Front, Boeing, Freak Brothers, gay liberation, Nixon, Berrigan, much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$125.00

Helix Newspaper (6 Issues: Vol. 9 No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 10) (July - October 1969)
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Helix Newspaper (6 Issues: Vol. 9 No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 10) (July - October 1969)

By Helix Staff

Seattle, WA: Helix, 1969. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 15" Wraps; 140pp; 6 tabloid newspapers folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & worn at folds, address labels to covers, short tears to some pages, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Six issues of vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Seattle, Washington. These issues span July to October, 1969 with gaps. Topics include: Seattle Pop Festival, conference on united front against fascism, film, poetry, music, population politics, SDS, Art DeWitt, Boeing, food stamps, Jean-Luc Godard, battle of Sky River, Grateful Dead, China, T-Rex, much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$100.00

Helix Newspaper Vol. 9 No. 10 (October 2, 1969)
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Helix Newspaper Vol. 9 No. 10 (October 2, 1969)

By Helix Staff

Seattle, WA: Helix, 1969. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 15" Wraps; 24pp; Tabloid newspaper folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & worn at folds, short tears to some pages, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Seattle, Washington. This issue: Big Oil Strike in Tacoma; SDS: October Country; T-Rex; Cinema: Easy Rider; Medium Cool; much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$25.00

Helix Newspaper (8 Issues: Vol. 10 No. 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) (October - December 1969)
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Helix Newspaper (8 Issues: Vol. 10 No. 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) (October - December 1969)

By Helix Staff

Seattle, WA: Helix, 1969. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 15" Wraps; 216pp; 8 tabloid newspapers folded horizontally, newsprint age-toned & worn at folds, address labels to 6 issues, short tears to some pages, label residue to cover of one issue, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Eight issues of vintage underground radical counterculture newspaper from Seattle, Washington. These issues span October to December, 1969 with gaps. Topics include: SDS, protests, Dennis Hopper interview, marijuana, Chicago 8, Tina Turner, ROTC, Nixon, auto moratorium, Bobby Seale, women's liberation, public transit, ecology news, exploited kids, Panther Free Clinic, conspiracy trials, KRAB, Fred Hampton assassination, much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$140.00

New York Herald Tribune (High School Underground Newspaper, circa Sept. 1970)
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New York Herald Tribune (High School Underground Newspaper, circa Sept. 1970)

By New York Herald Tribune Staff Collective

New York: New York Herald Tribune, 1970. Softcover. Very Good. 11" x 17" Wraps; 20pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages slightly age-toned, text unmarked, VG condition. Undated, published circa September, 1970. Underground paper issued by students at Stuyvesant, Hunter, and Brooklyn Tech high schools. This issue: Slow New Haven Railroad; Weatherman Acquitted; Rock Riot in Chicago: One Youth Dead; Sirhan Innocent: Who Killed Bobby?; White Panthers Busted; Gay Flames; Women Strike; Greasers Unite!; much more. Illustrated with photos & comics.

$35.00

The Astral Projection: A North American Oracle Volume 4 Number 1 (Whole No. 13, Dec. 15, 1971)
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The Astral Projection: A North American Oracle Volume 4 Number 1 (Whole No. 13, Dec. 15, 1971)

By The Astral Projection

Albuquerque, NM: La Asociacion Flor de Mayo & Far West Publishing Co., 1971. Softcover. Very Good. 11" x 17" Wraps; 36pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, covers printed on heavier stock, newsprint pages slightly age-toned, text unmarked, in unusually nice shape for a 50 year old newspaper, VG condition. Vintage underground/counterculture newspaper with emphasis on metaphysics, the occult and New Age material. This issue: Poetry; The Cosmic Continent by Colin Bord; Biosphere; Excerpts from Etidorhpa or the End of the Earth; Earth Changes: General Washington's Vision; Nikola Tesla: The Cosmic Scientist; Vegetarianism vs. Carnivorism; Book & Record Reviews; much more. Illustrated.

$50.00

Georgia Straight Vol. 4 No. 140 (December 16-23, 1970)
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Georgia Straight Vol. 4 No. 140 (December 16-23, 1970)

By Georgia Straight Collective

Vancouver, BC, Canada: Georgia Straight, 1970. Softcover. Good. 11" x 17" Wraps; 24pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages age-toned, wear to spine & fold, light yellow staining to very top portion of pages, text unmarked, Good condition. Vintage underground newspaper from Vancouver, BC, Canada. This issue: Crown Loses Sex Appeal; Greenpeace is Beautiful by Irving Stowe; Record Reviews; Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers; Book Reviews; Poems by Gary Snyder & Ed Starkins; Pity the Poor Immigrant by Peter Burton; much more. Illustrated with photos, drawings & cartoons.

$19.00

Harbinger No. 32 (Volume III Number 9, Sept. 25, 1970)
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Harbinger No. 32 (Volume III Number 9, Sept. 25, 1970)

By Harbinger Staff

Toronto, ON, Canada: Harbinger Mills Publications, 1970. Softcover. Good. 11" x 17" Wraps; 16pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages age-toned, wear to spine & fold, short tears to fore-edges of pages, text unmarked, Good condition. Scarce vintage underground radical newspaper from the Yorkville hippie mecca of Toronto, Canada. This issue: Letters; The Hall 19 Huron by Ted Steiner; Full-page centerfold comic by Rick Bates; Medicine Bird; Two Views: An Open Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau; Rochdale Youth Resist Fascist Attacks; Earth Read-Out; Full-page Freak Brothers comic on back cover. Illustrated with drawings & cartoons.

$35.00

The Great Speckled Bird Volume 3, Issue 21 (May 25, 1970)
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The Great Speckled Bird Volume 3, Issue 21 (May 25, 1970)

By Atlanta Cooperative News Project

Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Cooperative News Project, 1970. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 17" Wraps; 28pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages slightly age-toned with a few short tears, wear to spine, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Vintage underground radical newspaper from the Vietnam War era, from Atlanta, Georgia, founded by New Left activists from Emory University and the Southern Student Organizing Committee (offshoot of SDS). This issue: Jackson State Slaughter; Women: No More Media Deals; Rare Kim Deitch comic (Silver Scimitar Comics featuring Chickenhead); Avenge the Augusta 7; much more. Illustrated with photos & drawings.

$75.00

Berkeley Tribe Vol. 3, No. 8, Issue 60 (Aug. 28 - Sept. 4, 1970)
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Berkeley Tribe Vol. 3, No. 8, Issue 60 (Aug. 28 - Sept. 4, 1970)

By The Red Mountain Tribe

Berkeley, CA: The Red Mountain Tribe, 1970. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 17" Wraps; 28pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages slightly age-toned with a few short tears, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Vintage underground radical newspaper from the Vietnam War era from Berkeley, California. This issue: Why Not Tsukamoto?; Brothers Slain; Quotation from Huey Newton; The Story of a Busted Brother; Stop the New Haven Railroad!!; Minneapolis 8; Sisters (photo spread); Weather Letter; Peoples Army Jamboree; Pun Plamondon and John Sinclair; much more. Illustrated with photos & cartoons.

$35.00

Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly May 24, 1969
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Guardian: Independent Radical Newsweekly May 24, 1969

By Smith, Jack A. (Editor)

New York: Weekly Guardian Associates, Inc., 1969. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 16" Wraps; 24pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages age-toned, somewhat delicate & slightly worn at spine, address & postage labels to back cover, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Vintage underground radical weekly newspaper from the Vietnam War era. This issue: Nationwide Campus Crackdown; Cops shoot 70 defenders of Peoples Park; Nixon offers draft "reform" program; Queens black and white radicals split; Trial of Milwaukee 14 begins; Panther 21 face June 10th trial; Women's meeting held in Boston; Nixon peace plan a phoney; much more. Illustrated with drawings & photos.

$25.00

Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants To Canada
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Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants To Canada

By Satin, Mark (Editor)

Toronto, Canada: The Toronto Anti-Draft Programme, 1970. Fourth Revised Edition. Softcover. Very Good. Wraps; 98pp; Covers clean & bright, small chip at top of spine, pages age-toned, a few pages creased at corner, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Manual from Toronto Anti-Draft Programme to US immigrants to Canada of draft age. Artifact of the Vietnam War era of the 1960s and 1970s.

$75.00

Free You Volume 4 Number 10 (May 26, 1970)
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Free You Volume 4 Number 10 (May 26, 1970)

By Free You Collective Editorial Board

Palo Alto, CA: Midpeninsula Free University, 1970. Softcover. Very Good. 11" x 15" Wraps; 12pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages slightly age-toned, text unmarked, VG condition. Vintage underground newspaper, single issue of the newsletter of the legendary Midpeninsula Free University (MFU). This is one of the first (if not the first) issue published after the takeover of the university by the Revolutionary Union (RU), a Marxist-Leninist-Maoist organization, who re-organized the newsletter and changed the format from magazine to tabloid newspaper. This issue: The Times They Are A-Changin by John Milwitt; Bust of the Week; Los Siete on Trial; Does Psychiatry Pacify or Liberate? by Saul Wasserman; Racism and the South by John Kaman; much more. Illustrated with photos & drawings.

$35.00

Liberated Guardian: A Liberated National Publication Volume 1, Number 12 (November 9, 1970)
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Liberated Guardian: A Liberated National Publication Volume 1, Number 12 (November 9, 1970)

By Liberated Guardian Workers' Collective

New York: Liberated Guardian Workers' Collective, 1970. Softcover. Good+. 11" x 17" Wraps; 24pp; Tabloid newspaper, folded horizontally, newsprint pages slightly age-toned, minor foxing & a few short tears to covers, text unmarked, Good+ condition. Vintage underground radical newspaper from the Vietnam War era (edited by a group who had split from the Guardian newspaper). This issue: Armed Young Lords Seize Church; Why Harvard Was Bombed: Research for Empire; Journal of a Palestinian Resistance Fighter; Vive Quebec Libre!; FLQ Manifesto; much more. Illustrated with photos & drawings.

$60.00

Orpheus Magazine Volume 2, Number 2 (Underground Press Syndicate)
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Orpheus Magazine Volume 2, Number 2 (Underground Press Syndicate)

By Forcade, Tom (Editor)

Phoenix, AZ: Orpheus, 1969. Softcover. Very Good. 8" x 10-1/2" Wraps; 34pp; Slight handling wear to covers & pages, covers clean & bright, slight wear to spine, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG condition. Vintage bimonthly underground magazine, a digest of underground writing. The editor, Tom Forcade was a key member of the Underground Press Syndicate known for tossing a pie in the face of a commissioner on the president's Obscenity Commission and for suing the White House to gain press credentials. This issue: Report from Two Peaks County; Letter to America by James Baldwin; The American Indian and the Ancient Mysteries by Roberta Blake; The Movement and the New Media by Thorne Dreyer & Victoria Smith; Making the Revolution; Reformed Druids of Purdue; D. A. Levy; Cartoons by R. Crumb & others; Theatre: Radical Theatre Repertory; Music: Interview with Mike Ratledge; Books: Informed Sources & Who Rules America; Film: Far from Vietnam; Letters; Illustrated.

$150.00

Free Ranger Intertribal News Service Volume I Number 3 (March 16, 1970) (Underground Press Syndicate)
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Free Ranger Intertribal News Service Volume I Number 3 (March 16, 1970) (Underground Press Syndicate)

By Thiher, Gary, Tom Forcade, et al. (Free Ranger Tribe)

New York: Free Ranger Tribe, 1970. Softcover. Good. 11" x 17" Wraps; 6pp; Tabloid staple-bound, horizontal crease to middle of paper, pages slightly age-toned, minor insect damage to last page, text unmarked, binding is sound, Good condition. Newsletter of the Underground Press Syndicate, a loose organization of underground newspapers which allowed member papers to reprint each other's material.

$100.00

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