underground press


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a system of clandestine printing and distribution of dissident or banned literature

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Purchase of approximately 10 underground press containers including repair / maintenance contract.
Many of the earlier Kesey interviews are also drawn from the small underground press of the time and, as one might suspect, they carry its bias.
The underground press of the 1960s is widely considered by participants to be one of the most influential factors in the radical social movements of the time and a lasting influence on American culture.
That creative period of the underground press continues to affect the media.
When the Georgia State historian John McMillian tells the tale in Smoking Typewriters, his new book on the American underground press, he is able to jump in just two sentences from "When one of them rushed the truck, he was knocked over by the moving vehicle and suffered a few cracked ribs" to "members of the Children of God even brought out their guitars and sang songs.
SMOKING TYPEWRITERS: THE SIXTIES UNDERGROUND PRESS AND THE RISE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDIA IN AMERICA BY JOHN MCMILLIAN Oxford University Press, 277 pages, $27.
Another artist/designer, Zimbres, was honored as the innovative and provocative editor of ANIMAL magazine, published in the late '80s and early '90s, the most important comic in the history of the Brazilian underground press.
Groups sometimes try to take their case to the public through the channels of mass communication when they become dissatisfied with the existing state of social and political events; however, many student groups found it difficult to express their views through sanctioned university publications and therefore chose the underground press in order to find their own voice (Kessler 1984).
The eighth winner of ASBPE's lifetime achievement honor began his career in magazines with the then-fledgling underground press in Chicago.
In addition to 147 club posters (including 25 by Victor Moscoso and 22 by Wes Wilson), 21 LP album covers, 139 documentary photographs, there was plenty of ephemera: 15 books, 22 newspaper clippings, and 20 magazine articles culled entirely from the underground press (save Time and Life magazines).
The album was released by York based label Hangmans Joke to great critical acclaim by the underground press and international glossies such as Kerrang and Rock Sound Magazine.
The underground press, emerging during the 1960s as an instrument of alternative communication and democratization, is represented through Oz magazine, International Times, East Village Other, and The San Francisco Oracle, along with many other publications and documents.
The Profumo Affair might never have been exposed had it not been for what was then called the underground press.
This made the paper a valuable resource for international human rights monitors-and an organizing tool used by emigres and their supporters in London, New York and Paris, who raised money to smuggle into Poland to help finance the underground press.
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