A RADICAL GROUP IN HONG KONG. Ken KNABB.

A RADICAL GROUP IN HONG KONG

(Berkeley): (Bureau of Public Secrets), (1978). Folio. Single sheet, 8.5" by 14", printed recto/verso. Very good plus to near fine. Light touches of handling wear; tiny dampstain to one edge. Overall, bright and clean. Very good +. Item #20133

Short tribute to a Chinese left-libertarian group called "the 70s," who published the English-language magazine MINUS as well as the book THE REVOLUTION IS DEAD, LONG LIVE THE REVOLUTION (1976). "One of the most essential and most difficult tasks of the modern revolutionary movement is communication between revolutionaries on either side of the Iron Curtain. A valuable contribution to this developing encounter has been made by the "70's," a libertarian group in Hong Kong opposed simultaneously to Western capitalism and the Chinese state-capitalist bureaucracy..." Not in OCLC. [Ford 191].

Price: $125.00

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