SECOND CITY

SECOND CITY

Editore: GUILD BOOK STORE, CHICAGO, IL, 1968
Condizione: FINE CONDITION Rilegato
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20 PAGES. THE NEWSPAPER IS FOLDED CROSSWISE AT THE CENTER AND THE NEWPRINT PAPER IS TONED WITH AGE. THERE IS A SMALL HOLE THAT IS WORN AT THE CENTER OF THE SPINE FOLD. OTHERWISE, THE PAPER IS ESSENTIALLY UNCIRCULATED. THIS IS A RARE FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF A CHICGO "UNDERGROUND" NEWSPAPER (1968-1975) THAT IS DATED NOVEMBER 23,- DECEMBER 7, 1968. THE NEWSPAPER CONTAINS AN ARTICLE ENTITLED "LAW AND DISORDER REVIEW OF A REVIEW BY R L T, PRESUMABLY ROBBYE LEE TERRY, A LISTED STAFF MEMBER OF THE NEWSPAPER. THE AUTHOR PROTESTS WBBM RADIO'S DICK WESTERKAMP'S RADIO REVIEW OF THE BOOK "LAW AND DISORDER- THE CHICAGO CONVENTION AND ITS AFTERMATH" PUBLISHED BY THE BALDWIN FOUNDATION OF THE A. C. L. U., EDITED BY DONALD MYRUS. THE NEWSPAPER ALSO CONTAINS A NUMBER OF OTHER ARTICLES THAT REFER TO MAYOR RICHARD J. DALEY AND THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. OF 1968 IN CHICAGO. OF INTEREST IS ANOTHER ARTICLE ENTITLED 'CHI NEWSMAN STRIKE BACK," THE OPENING PARAGRAPH STATES "RESPONDING TO WHAT THEY BELIEVE TO BE DISTORTION OF REPORTED FACTS BY HIGHER-UP-EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO NEWSPAPER AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA HAVE ORGANIZED A NEW PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION, THE ASSOCIATION OF THE WORKING PRESS IN CHICAGO, AND LAUNCHED A NEW WATCHDOG JOURNA. "THE CHICAGO JOURNALISM REVIEW." Size: 11 1/4" x 17 `/2". Codice inventario libreria 68026

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Titolo: SECOND CITY

Casa editrice: GUILD BOOK STORE, CHICAGO, IL

Data di pubblicazione: 1968

Legatura: ILLUSTRATED PAPER WRAPPERS

Condizione libro:FINE CONDITION

Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED

Edizione: First Edition.

Tipologia articolo: NEWSPAPER

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Aah! Rare Chicago specializes in collections of Chicago authors such as David Mamet, Ben Hecht, Vincent Starrett, Carl Sandburg, james t. Farrell, Eugene Field and many others along with collections of Chicago Publishers such as Stone and Kimball and Way and Willams. We have hundreds of books about Chicago dating back to the early 1800s including Crime, Prostitution, Banking, Mayors, Architecture, Newspapers, Sports, the 1968 Democratic convention riots including posters and the subsequent conspiracy trial, Prefire imprints and Business. Much of the material is very difficult to find material such as in early in magazines and other ephemera.

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