Pamphlet containing a review of the 1973 Italian film LOVE AND ANARCHY, originally distributed in San Francisco by a group of anarchists after the film's screenings; this a "republished" edition from Madison, WI's Aurora Press.
Issue of this Japanese anarchist (self-described "libertarian") journal, discussing the connections between the Russian anarchist Mikhail Bakunin and the Japanese anarchist Ōsuki Sakae. OCLC notes a copy at the University of Leeds.
A remarkable and extremely uncommon document from the press of the Pioneers, the officially-sanctioned youth group of the American Communist Party, issued specifically for distribution at the First Annual Boy Scout Jamboree in Washington.
An outstanding example of (presumably) amateur political protest art, depicting the House Un-American Activities Committee as a rabid King Kong on the verge of seizing the helpless damsel Civil Liberties.
CHARLES, Jeanne [pseud. Françoise Denevert]; Ken Knabb (Translator)
Article reprinted from the French journal CHRONIQUE DES SECRETS PUBLICS, published by the French "pro-situ" (post-situationist) group Centre de Recherche sur la Question Sociale, of which Charles was a member, along with Daniel Denevert and others.
First edition. Situationist essay on modern political economy, discussing the failures of Keynesianism during the "stagflation" period of the '70s, and the inevitability of further crisis under capitalism.
Leaflet printing eight excerpts from European newspapers on the the Italian "Movement of 1977" (a series of left-wing direct actions) along with commentary by Cronin, who was active in the Bay Area pro-situationist/anarchist scene.