Chicago: [ca. 1965-66]. Mimeograph on variously colored pages. Side-stapled. 11 pp. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Good; noticeable tears on top edge of front wrap, edge wear, toning from age, and minimal rust stains from staples. Item #6921
The first and only edition of this pamphlet gathering three essays on rock ‘n’ roll, youth, and the revolutionary movement: Franklin Rosemont’s “Mods, Rockers, & The Revolution,” which
previously appeared in The Rebel Worker 3, but is here revised and extended; “Pop Goes the Beatle” by Charles Radcliffe, which first appeared in Freedom; and “Twist and Shout” by Richard Mabey, reprinted from Peace News.
A critical and early exploration of the concept of subcultures that we suspect is less recognized as such only due to its scarcity.