New York: Third Press, 1970. Sadock, Verna. Hardcover. STATED FIRST PRINTING. Fine. Dustjacket Very Good. Light scuffing and soil to surfaces, tiny chip, one small 1" closed tear to extremities. Red metallic lettering to spine and front of maroon, cloth-covered boards. Over 200 drawings. SBN 9385-8. 157 pp. Clean, tight, bright. FINE in Very Good Dustjacket. Item #72933
The drama of the Chicago 8 trial is vividly captured by Verna Sadock. Highlights include Abbie standing on his head ; Kunster embracing Abernathy ; Schultz and Kunstler arguing whether "pig" is an obscenity or a profanity and Bobby Seale gagged and chained. The importance of the trial lies in what it reveals as a microcosm of the present state of affairs in the country," (front flap).
Uhhh, "Same as it Ever Was" (David Byrne).