Free Press: Underground & Alternative Publications, 1965-1975

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Taking its collective name from the wartime "underground press" of Europe's anti-Nazi resistance, the publications examined here were all members of the Underground Press Syndicate (later renamed the Alternative Press Syndicate), founded in 1967 so that member papers could freely share and reprint material. This utopian model resulted in an explosion of alternative publications worldwide as every small start-up had access to the work of soon-to-be famous writers, journalists, artists, and graphic designers. Among the ...

Free Press: Underground & Alternative Publications, 1965-1975 2006, Universe Publishing(NY)

ISBN-13: 9780789314963

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