A FIELD STUDY IN THE DWINDLING FORCE OF COGNITION, WHERE IT IS LEAST EXPECTED: A Critique of the Situationist International as a Revolutionary Organization. Robert CHASSE, Bruce Elwell.

A FIELD STUDY IN THE DWINDLING FORCE OF COGNITION, WHERE IT IS LEAST EXPECTED: A Critique of the Situationist International as a Revolutionary Organization

[New York]: (1970). Wraps. Small 4to. Saddle-stapled wraps. Very good plus. Light surface soil to wrappers. Interior clean and unmarked with touches of handling wear. Binding sound. 46pp. Very good +. Item #20006

Essay criticizing the American wing of the Situationist International, by two members who had recently resigned. They write in their introduction: "what is serious is that as the result of [an] internal crisis, the S.I. no longer is what is appears to be, at any level, so that, continuing to exist, it must do so as a false revolutionary organization." Scarce; OCLC locates only four copies. [Ford 162].

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