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A TRUMPET TO ARMS: Alternative Media In America (edition 1981)

by David Armstrong

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A comprehensive popular history traces the existence and role of alternative media in America, from the first incendiary pamphlets two hundred years ago to the current explosion of radical underground media.
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Title:A TRUMPET TO ARMS: Alternative Media In America
Authors:David Armstrong
Info:J.P. Tarcher, Inc. (1981), Edition: 1st ed, Hardcover, 384 pages
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Good book with a nice bibliography. It discusses the American underground press from the sixties through the early 1980s. Also covers some underground film. ( )
  aulsmith | Jan 27, 2015 |
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