Battle Acts, December 1971-January 1972, Volume 2, Number 1, YAWF, Near Fine

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Battle Acts, December 1971-January 1972, Volume 2, Number 1 Author: Women of Youth Against War & Fascism Publisher: Women of Youth Against War & Fascism Release Date: 1972 Seller Category: EPHEMERA Qty Available: 1 Condition: Used: Excellent Sku: 01107 Notes: Near Fine, 8vo, 11" x 8 1/2." Black, white, and red paper wrappers with staple binding. Black-and-white lettering and red-and-white illustration on front. No lettering on black, white, and red spine. Covers have minuscule wear to extremities, light to moderate age toning, light offsetting on back, and an inscription in red pen in top margin on front, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages have minuscule wear to extremities and slight age toning, else pristine and intact. Black-and-white illustrations included. 28 pp., including illustrations. The December 1971-January 1972 issue of _Battle Acts_, a magazine published by Youth Against War & Fascism (YAWF), an auxiliary of the Workers World Party (WWP). YAWF was a youth organization with socialist political ideologies that supported social activism. This issue covers a wide range of topics and features including the corruption of the welfare system, how mothers are forced to give up their children to get off of welfare; Governor Nelson Rockefeller; article about YAWF and its work; the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU); abuse of retail employees, especially people of color and the working-class poor; abortion; autobiographical account of a former drug addict; expose article about children with mental and behavioral disorders being forced to take drugs; news about women's rights activists Michele Gaughier and Benita Orozsco; and the abuse of phone operators, most of whom are women, working for AT&T. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.