Weather Underground Organization, October 1975. Stapled Magazine. Used - Very Good. Item #237829
Eight & 1/2' x Eleven'; quarto; small damp stain lower left corner of front panel (stapled side); darkening at margins; toning. Printed in black ink with blue & sepia ink on the front & back panel of wrapper; the center spread has a reproduction of green quilt 'The Future will be what we the people struggle to make it'. The green tone must have been achieved by mixing the blue & sepia inks. (32 pages). This is a really great looking issue with cover photos of: George Jackson (murdered at San Quentin, 1971); Thomas Hicks, 'H.D.' Barkley, Emmanuel 'Cody' Johnson, and Sam Melville (all murdered at Attica, 1971). Contents include speech by Bernardine Dohrn; A 7 page story: Prison: Break the Chains, with historical details on oppression of prisoners and details regarding events at Attica September 9-13, 1971; a side-bar on Women Locked Up and more; book reviews: Gorilla, My Love by Toni Cade Bambara (Pocket Books, 1973); Women of Vietnam by Arlene Eisen Berman (Peoples Press, 1974) and Daughters of Earth by Agnes Smedley (Feminist Press, 1973); proposal for Weather Underground film by director, Emile de Antonio and response by Jeff Jones; Defend the Portuguese Revolution; Boston: The Battle Rages On; more on ROAR -- Restore Our Alienated Rights and more.