Title WIN (MAGAZINE) (9 EDITIONS FROM 1978 TO 1980) Peace & Freedom Thru Nonviolent Action
Edition First Edition
Publisher Brooklyn, NY W. I. N. Magazine, Inc.
Seller ID 7632
This item is nine publications of WIN magazine with non-sequential dating from September 28, 1978 through Septembe 1, 1980. The issues are September 28, 1978; March 15, 1979; March 29, 1979; April 12, 1979; April 26, 1979; May 3, 1979; May 10, 1979; May 31, 1979; September 1, 1980. Some of the themes in this collection are feminism, wars in Asia, interview with Hector Marroquin, Arms, Camp David, Arabs & Jews: Common Origins Lost in Clonflict; Nuclear Madness, Nagasaki, Atoms for Peace, Susquehanna River Sketches, rape, nonviolent approach, martial arts; Nuclear testing in Polynesia, National service; war machine; Peace demonstrations, Each magazine contains about 22 to 34 pages. Printed on newspaper quality paper with a soft paper covers. The size and paper changed on the 1980 edition and the magazine is a little larger than the other eight editions. Some covers are simple content text. The one on feminism was drawn by Julie Maas. The magazines are in very good to fine condition. Tight, bright, crisp, clean (with the exception of the first which has a very faint darkening on the upper tight hand corner of the cover which is nearly invisible. The last one has a light vertical crease in the middle. Well cared for and most of them do not appear to have been read. No marks or writing. No tears or chips. ; 4to
Magazines Politics Sociology Protest Non-violent Action