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NOT BORED! No. 3 - May 1984

BROWN, Bill

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(Ann Arbor): (Destroy All Frothers Prod.), 1984. First Edition. 4to. Side-stapled wraps. Near fine, with light curling at edges. Clean, bright throughout. 21pp. (Item ID: 20776)

Early issue of Bill Brown's long-running situationist-inspired zine. Includes reports on Ann Arbor underground music, a situationist analysis of Ronald Reagan, a piece on Gang of Four, and the excellently titled texts "Body-Building and the Repression of Class Consciousness" and "Laurie Anderson: Friend or Foe?"


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