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The underground press in America, by Robert J. Glessing.


Bloomington, Indiana, University Press [1970] .
ISBN , 9780253190086, 0253190088

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Subjects Littérature clandestine -- États-Unis.
Ondergrondse pers.
Underground press publications -- United States.
Underground press publications.
United States.
Working class press, magazines, news agencies.
Description xvi, 207 pages 12 facsimiles 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents An overview: about the book -- Historical perspective: a modern view -- The graphic revolution: in psychedelic rainbows -- Youthful unrest: one cause -- Radical politics: another cause -- Underground news service: The Associated Press it ain't -- Economic operation: making the bread -- Editorial content: what's in it -- Language analysis: how it's written -- Audience analysis: who reads it -- Underground on campuses: a challenge to educators -- Military and peace papers: under the Pentagon ground -- Influencing the overground: buying in or selling out? -- The future: an educated guess -- Last word from underground / Lincoln Bergman and Allan Katzman.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)98683
(OCoLC)ocm00098683
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WorldCat Identities Glessing, Robert J.
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