Lot 239 of 725:
7 volumes on political protest of 1960s  

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Seven volumes on political protest


Various places


Various dates



  • Defiance # 1. A Radical Review. Editor Dotson Rader. First Printing. Paperback Library, [1970].
  • Defiance #2. A Radical Review. Editor Dotson Rader. First Printing. Paperback Library, [1971].
  • Ebon, Martin. Che: The Making of a Legend. First Printing. Signet, [1969].
  • Guevara, Che. Guerrilla Warfare. The Authorized Translation. Translated from Spanish by J. P. Morray. First Vintage Books Edition. Vintage Books, [1968].
  • McNeill, Don. Moving Through Here. Introduction by Allen Ginsberg. Lancer Books, [1970].
  • Rubin, Jerry. Do It! Scenarios of the Revolution. First Printing of this paperback edition. Ballantine Books, [1970].
  • Hoffman, Abbie. Woodstock Nation: A Talk-Rock Album. First Pocket Books Edition, [1971].

Seven paperback volumes about political protest in America and Argentina (Che Guevara) during the 1950s-1960s.

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