New York: Red Women's Detachment, 1970. Tabloid format printed on newsprint, 4 pp, illus. Browning to newsprint, horizontal fold, else Fine.
A single issue and one of only six published by the Red Women’s Detachment, a Maoist feminist group which emerged in 1968 on the Lower East Side of NYC. Content for this issue includes a long article titled, “The History of All Hitherto Existing Class Systems Has Been the History of Women’s Oppression,” a reprinted Enver Hoxha speech delivered at the 2nd plenum of the Central Committee of the Party of Labor of Albania in June 1970, a profile of Mrs. Kang Ban Sok, a Korean feminist and revolutionary, an article on city-run daycare centers, and a reprinted article by Mrs. Nguyen Thi Dinh, Deputy Commander of the South Viet Nam People’s Liberation Armed Forces. Item #06110