Berkeley: Bureau of Public Secrets, 1974. First edition. Stapled yellow wrappers (5 ½” x 9”), 16 pp. Negligent edgewear, $.75 price penned to the top of p. 1, about Near Fine. Just over a dozen copies of this edition in OCLC.
A Situationist title from Ken Knabb, in which he explores the psychological dimension of radical activity and presents “revolutionary practice as a series of acquirable techniques transmitted hierarchically through a supervised apprenticeship which created a community with its own standards of conduct and criteria of judgment” (Cronin, “The American Situationists: 1972-77”). Item #06867