Five issues with various paginations, earlier issue is 7x8.5 inches, the rest are 8.5x11 inches on newsprint, with illustrations, in wraps and pastebound pictorial wraps. Issue five includes a cover sheet for mailing to the UFW of Massachussetts on the back of which is a handbill for the Free Eddie Sanchez Committee. Issues are undated but contain articles about recent events in 1975. Bar None was affiliated with the Free Eddie Sanchez Committee in West Somerville. Sanchez was a prisoner rights activist who was subjected to abuse in Leavenworth and went on a hunger strike. Articles and statements on Attica, The Black Liberation Army, and a handbill for C.A.T.S.H.I.T., an organization that helped free escaped prisoner Robert Wilson from Stringtown. A lengthy interview with Martin Sostre includes discussion of the members of the Symbionese Liberation Army embracing anarchism. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Bar none. [Five issues: nos. II, V, VI, VII,...
Publisher: Bar None
Publication Date: 1975
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