Vocabulary for Vietnam
(Corinth), (Black Mountain Press), (1969). A broadside printing an article from The Nation on the use of "loaded" language and terms by the mainstream U.S. media during the Vietnam war, and providing counter-examples to the standard usage that illustrate the heavy-handedness and distortion implicit in the conventional terms. An uncommon broadside; we could find no copies on OCLC or listed online. This incarnation of "Black Mountain Press" -- which presumably borrowed its name from the famous artists' college and press of the 1950s -- seems to have existed for only a few years, primarily issuing pamphlets reprinting anti-war works that had appeared elsewhere originally. 8-1/2" x 11". Fine. [#029824] SOLD
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