Ramparts, Vol. 10, No. 11, May 1972

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Although dated 1972, the copyright date on the Contents Page is 1971. An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains an article by Noam Chomsky, on Vietnam, with essays on America's food-industrial complex, Black cops, China, the new poor, an appraisal of Solzhenitsyn, and a records column by Dick Lupoff. Cover illustration by David Willardson. 69 pages (including inside back cover), illustrated. Small ink check mark to top left corner of front cover, moderate handling wear.

Title: Ramparts, Vol. 10, No. 11, May 1972

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Categories: Periodicals (magazines, digests, pulps),

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1971

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Good to Very Good

Size: Small Quarto -- from 9" to 12" tall

Seller ID: 015898

Keywords: politics, politicians, American society, leftists, leftist, socialist, socialists, culture, counterculture, David Kolodney, Noam Chomsky, Indochina, Carol Morton, Blacks, cop, cops, Judith Van Allen, China, Jim Peck, Jose Yglesias, Jon Stewart, New Depres