The Other Newspaper.

Nos. 1-29 (all publ.). London, May 1971 - Feb. 1972. Tabloïd, unbound. On newsprint, with colour added; numerous photographs and illustrations (some small marginal tears and endemic browning, No. 26 has front cover damage, a small piece is missing).
British Underground paper, at first weekly, then becoming irregular. With attacks on the government, police and society in general, with much avant-garde artwork. Supposedly financed by John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Germaine Greer. Published by Paul Bream. Critical against domestic politics, as well as foreign politics, particularly the war in Vietnam. Also pop music, film, sex, books, etc. Contributions by Alex. Trocchi, Richard Neville, Alex Mitchell, Felic Dennis, Andrew Fisher, Ed Victor, etc.; interviews with Eldridge Cleaver, James Baldwin, etc. No. 22 misnumbered as No. 21 (which appears twice in the numbering).
Features including David Cooper on the family; Tim Souster on Stockhausen; "Ralph Nader for President?" by JG Ballard; Alexander Trocchi on the junkie scapegoat; the first appearance of "The Writer" by William Burroughs; Felix Dennis on John Lennon; interviews with Eldridge Cleaver, James Baldwin, and others; and news coverage of the Stoke Newington 8; the Prescott/Purdie, Angela Davis, Mangrove, and Oz trials; Gay Liberation; censorship etc.

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