By: Open Road Club
Vol. 1 No. 1, April 1 – May 31, 1985. Wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, 8 pp. incld. covers, illus., laid-in subscription letter and anti-draft flyer (see below). Very good with minor wear. A mix of punk and anarchism, heavy on the anarchism, from the Open Road Club, “a loose network of anarchist individuals and groups.” Includes alerts (farmworker boycott, Nicaraguan invasion, and draft picket plans), a lengthy report on punks vs. police at the Anarchy ’84 Picnic, the Hardcore ’85 Picnic (with a back cover ad), movie and restaurant (“Cheap Eats”) reviews, the Anti-Sex League (“a local group of authoritarians are attempting to ban ‘adult bookstores’ from the downtown area”), and an essay titled “What Do Anarchists Want?” Laid in is a red “Resist the Draft – Fuck the Pentagon!” flyer with some striking graphics (21.5 by 28 cm, printed recto only, very good). Intense, angry… and well written. First Edition.
Title: San Diego’s Daily Impulse: A Bi-Monthly Anti-Authoritarian NewsJournal, Issue 1 [Anarchist, Punk Zine]
Categories: Radical Politics,
Publisher: San Diego, Open Road Club: 1985
Book Condition: Very Good
Seller ID: 2378