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(n.p.), Ramparts Magazine, 1965. "A Special Ramparts report." Four views of the war, with an introductory essay on "the Vietnam Lobby." One of the earliest widely distributed critiques of the American efforts in Vietnam and, according to the Editors' introduction, the first to question the basis for the war as opposed to the practicalities of strategy and policy. Ramparts was founded in 1962, was associated with the New Left, and became one of the vanguard critics of established American politics and policy during the 1960s and early 1970s. A number of its staff members became important political and cultural figures in the coming years, including Eldridge Cleaver who joined the Black Panthers, and Jann Wenner and Ralph Gleason, who founded Rolling Stone magazine. Sunned, with a few small stains and with spine splitting; about very good in wrappers. [#029851] SOLD

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