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Most books on the 1960's focus on large liberal organizations and reformist politics. This one is unabashedly devoted to the far left of the far left. DANCIN' IN THE STREETS is a collection of writings from two legendary but hard-to-find journals, The Rebel Worker & Heatwave, known for their highly original revolutionary perspective, innovative social/cultural criticis ...more
Paperback, 464 pages
Published March 8th 2005 by Charles H. Kerr (Chicago)
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OK, here is a beautiful look at a force in our nations counterculture which, as far as I know, has been ignored by the mainstream. A great collection of Wobbly essays, surrealist works, poetry, silliness and glorious calls for change. If nothing else, just read the intro.
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Franklin Rosemont was co-founder of the Chicago Surrealist Group. He was born in Chicago, Illinois. His father, Henry, was a labor activist. His mother, Sally, was a jazz musician.
He edited & wrote an introduction for What is Surrealism?: Selected Writings of Andre Breton, & edited Rebel Worker, Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion, The Rise & Fall of the DIL Pickle: Jazz-Age Chicago's Wild
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