Text in French.
A large leaflet promoting the book LA RAISON DANS L'HISTOIRE, published in 1975 by the anarchist/situationist-inspired Fondation Pour le Depassement de L'Économie Préhistorique. The comic shows a variety of characters giving voice to remarks about "the spectacular-market economy," including hippies, workers, armed terrorists, a space alien, a caveman, and a sharp-dressed Mao. OCLC finds no copies of this leaflet, and only two of the book itself (one at the BNF, and another at th University of Michigan).
Paris: Fondation Pour le Depassement de L'Économie [Préhistorique], . Folio. Single sheet folded vertically, 12.5" by 18" approx. when closed;  pp. Very good. Folded twice additionally into quarters. Half of front page shows significant yellowing and light dampstains. Other pages moderately toned, yellowed. Else clean and unmarked.
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