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Power to the people : the graphic design of the radical press and the rise of the counter-culture, 1964-1974

Author: Geoff Kaplan
Publisher: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2013. ©2013
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"Though we think of the 1960s and the early '70s as a time of radical social, cultural, and political upheaval, we tend to picture the action as happening on campuses and in the streets. Yet the rise of the underground newspaper was equally daring and original. Thanks to advances in cheap offset printing, groups involved in antiwar, civil rights, and other social liberation issues began to spread their messages  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
History
Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geoff Kaplan
ISBN: 9780226424354 0226424359
OCLC Number: 869140677
Description: 263 pages : illustrations ; 32 cm
Contents: Introduction / by Geoff Kaplan --
Timelines, 1964-1974 --
Design as a social movement / by Gwen Allen --
Bohemian technocracy & the countercultural press / by Fred Turner --
The underground press: a history / by Bob Ostertag --
What we were reading: the creation of a counter-public sphere / edited by Pamela M. Lee, T.J. Clark, Todd Gitlin, Harmony Hammond, Steven Heller, Nancy Holt, Chip Lord, Margo Machida, Yvonne Rainer, Terry Smith, Lawrence Weiner, Faith Wilding.
Responsibility: edited by Geoff Kaplan.

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Though we think of the 1960s and the early '70s as a time of radical social, cultural, and political upheaval, we tend to picture the action as happening on campuses and in the streets. Yet the rise  Read more...

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"Before there was the Internet and desktop publishing, there was the under-ground press-a rich, irreverent source of information, opinion, and outrageousness that is all too difficult to access Read more...

 
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