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Titolo: WIN. PEACE AND FREEDOM THROUGH NONVIOLENT ...
Casa editrice: THE WAR REGISTERS LEAGUE IN COOPERATION WITH THE NEW YORK WORKSHOP IN NONVIOLENCE, NEW YORK, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1968
Legatura: STIFF PAPER ILLUSTRATED WRAPS
Condizione libro: VERY GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION THUS.
Tipologia articolo: MAGAZINE
15 PAGES + THE REAR COVER. THERE IS A TYPED SUBSCRIBER NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE REAR COVER. THE TYPED ADDRESS IS CROSSED OUT AND AN INK ADDRESS IN NEW YORK REPLACES THE TYPED ADDRESS. THERE ARE SMALL SCRIBBLES ALONG WITH A SMALL CIGARETTE BURN HOLE ON THE FRONT COVER. THERE IS A VERTICAL FOLD OF THE MAGAZINE PROBABLY FOR MAILING PURPOSES. THERE ARE B/W PHOTOS ON THE FRONT COVER THAT DEPICT SCENES DURING THE RIOTS IN CHICAGO INCLUDING POLICE LINEUPS, A SCENE OF YOUTH WITH A PEACE FLAG AND A YOUNG GIRL WEARING A SCARF FACE MASK. THERE IS A ARTICLE ON HOW THE POLICE OPPRESSED AND HARASSED THE PRESS BY A PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER, MAURY ENGLANDER. THE MAIN ARTICLE IS BY WOLFE LOWENTHAL ENTITLED "A PORCINE TALE" WITH PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOUNGSTERS RIDING THE HORSE STATUE IN GRANT PARK ON AUGUST 27. THE ARTICLE DESCRIBES THE ACTIONS OF JERRY RUBIN, ABBIE HOFFMAN AND A DAVE, PRESUMABLY DAVID DELLINGER, DURING THE RIOTS. THE AUTHOR REFERS TO THE POLICE AS PIGS AND RELATES THEIR ACTIONS IN SUPPRESSING THE CROWDS. THE ACTIONS OF TOM HAYDEN AND RENNIE DAVIS ARE DISCUSSED. THE ARTICLE TELLS HOW PLAINCLOTHES POLICEMEN MINGLED WITH THE CROWD AND FOLLOWED THE LEADERS. THE AUTHOR QUOTES A STATEMENT BY ABBIE HOFFMAN. THE ARTICLE IS AN EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE EVENTS THAT HAPPENED TO THE AUTHORS, AND THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH THE POLICE DURING THE RIOTS. SUCH WRITINGS WERE PROBABLY USED AGAINST THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE RESULTANT CONSPIRACY TRIAL. AN IMPORTANT EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE RIOTING DURING THE 1968 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Size: 8 3/16" X 10 3/4". Codice inventario libreria 68005
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