2 vols., 96, 120 pp., comprising a complete run of the journal described by its editors as "a creative theoretical contribution to left anarchist and libertarian thought and praxis," including articles by Murray Bookchin, interviews with Noam Chomsky, poems by George Therese Dickenson, profiles of wildcat strikers at Chrysler auto manufacturing facilities, and translations of essays by Raoul Vaneigem, illustrated with photographs and drawings. 8vo. Illus wrpps. Somerville, MA (Black Rose Collective) 1974-75. Scarce in institutional libraries with scattered holdings. Disambiguation: not to be confused with later publication of the same name, Black Rose, Boston, MA (Black Rose Lectures and Learning) 1979-. (Inventory #: 46023)
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