Berkeley: Bureau of Public Secrets, 1979. First Edition. Broadside printed recto only, 11" by 17". Two old folds, vertical and horizontal; else fine. Bright, clean and sharp. Near fine. Item #20137
Broadside by the American "pro-situationist" author Ken Knabb, discussing the 1979 Iranian Revolution; written in March, one month after the revolution's completion. "Each time people begin to make their own history they rediscover the highest moments of the repressed attempts of the past. A revolt like that in Iran is an opening, it curs through the organized confusion and enforced passivity and poses questions in concrete terms. It's the moment of social truth." OCLC notes a copy at the University of Kansas. [Ford 192].