(Berkeley): (Bureau of Public Secrets), (1997). First Edition. Wraps. 8vo. Pictorial wraps. Very good. Light edgewear, surface scratches to wraps. Edges lightly thumbsoiled. Pages overall clean throughout, with several penciled underlinings and checkmarks; else unmarked; binding sound. 408pp. Very good. Item #19973
Collection of writings by this American "pro-situationist" author, including several additional texts by fellow travelers Daniel Denevert, Jean-Pierre Voyer, and others. Includes mainly autobiographical and theoretical texts discussing the New Left, 60s counterculture, Wilhelm Reich, the Watts Riots, and similar topics. Titles include "On the Poverty of Hip Life (Contradiction)," and "Confessions of a Mild-Mannered Enemy of the State." From Knabb's own press.