[STANSILL, Peter; David Zane MAIROWITZ, eds.] BAMN (By Any Means Necessary): Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera 1695-70. Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1971.
8vo., paperback with cover design by Patrick McCreeth; pp. 280; some passages in the text underlined with pencil; previous ownership name to p.1; a little creased along spine, rubbed to edges and lightly scratched to lower cover, still a very good copy overall.
A rich array of ephemera produced by radical and visionary movements, groups and cells of protest and propaganda of the late 1960s, including material from the Dutch Provos, Black Panthers, Yippies and Situationists, and the early years of the women's liberation movement. Its scope covers the birth of the drug culture and the free religion movements, the worldwide communal movement and the global protest against ecological destruction.
An essential for anyone interested in obscure religions, progressive feminism, pranks-as-art and general mayhem.