London: Leveller Magazine Ltd., 1977. Offset. Saddle-stapled. 34 pp. 8 1/2 x 11 3/4 in. No. 10, December 1977. Very good; minimal wear on spine and edge. Interior near fine. Item #6924
Issue number 10 of independent, cooperatively produced leftist magazine The Leveller with cover story on West German prison writings.
Published from 1975–1985, The Leveller was an editor-less magazine that reported on the state of leftist politics as well as socialist, feminist, anarchist, and anti-racist activity around the world. It was produced collectively by professional and non-professional writers alike. Among the contents of the December 1977 issue are dispatches from Zimbabwe, Italy, Hong Kong, and Bulgaria, an interview with a member of the Belfast Brigade of the Provisional IRA, and excerpts from the prison notebooks of two members of the Red Army Faction.