Journal for the Protection of All Beings, no. 2: On the barricades: revolution & repression
by Caron, photos, Topor, Cartoons, translations by Mary Beach, Posters by students of the Ex-Beaux Arts
San Francisco: City Lights Books & Beach Books, Texts & Documents, 1968. [37p], 6.5x12 inches, texts from anonymous slogans, graffitti and poems on the walls of Paris, illustrated with b&w photos of the May Day Uprising in Paris and cartoons; covers mildly toned and scuffed, interior unmarked and very good. Photo essay on the May, 1968 uprising in Paris. Published on Bastille Day. Herbert Marcuse quote on rear panel. (Inventory #: 208987)
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