Insider Histories of the Vietnam Era Underground Press, Part 1
This enlightening book offers a collection of histories of underground papers from the Vietnam Era as written and told by key staff members of the time. Their stories (as well as those to be included in Part 2, forthcoming) represent a wide range of publications: counterculture, gay, lesbian, feminist, Puerto Rican, Native American, Black, socialist, Southern consciousness, prisoner's rights, New Age, rank-and-file, military, and more. The edition includes forewords by formerChicago Seededitor Abe Peck, radical attorney William M. Kunstler, and Markos Moulitsas, founder of theDaily Kos, along with an introductory essay by Ken Wachsberger.Wachsberger notes that the underground press not only produce a few well-known papers but also was truly national and diverse in scope. His goal is to capture the essence of "the countercultural community."A fundamental resource for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of a dramatic era in U.S. history.
Subjects: History, Language & Literature
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