Syracuse: Nickel Review, 1970. A special two-volume issue of this Syracuse underground newspaper focused on women, which features a mix of original content and reprinted material from other feminist or New Left publications. Articles include, “New Strain Develops Called Jet Bunnies” (on Playboy stewardesses - from Stewardess and Flight Service News), “Up Against the Wall, ‘Big Bunny’” by Claudia Dreifus (LNS reprint on Hugh Hefner & Playboy magazine), “The Politics of Housework” by Pat Mainardi (reprint of a New England Free Press pamphlet), “The ‘Nature’ of Oppression” by Sarah L. Wessels, “The Case of the Missing Mind: Feminine Sexuality and the Adolescent Identity” by Robert Seidenburg M.D., “Next...Erase the Stigma of Abortion” by Elizabeth Gaynes, “The May 8 Seizue of the Administration Building at S.U.” [Syracuse University] & “Emma Goldman: Rebel from Our Past.” Also included is fiction by Marian Roth (“Call It Love and Make the Bed”), a spoof centerfold of ‘Mister April’ reprinted from off our backs, lengthy reviews of Born Female, Born Oppressed and The Feminine Mystique, poetry by Joyce Odam, Anne M. T. Daniels, and Eric Torgersen, a centerfold poster titled ‘Emergenesis’ by G. Gasper, columns from two mothers: “Parents and Daughters” by Joan Howard and “U.S. = United Sisters” by Sue Donym, a calendar of events and the community bulletin board.
Two tabloid issues printed in black on newsprint, 28 p. (continuously paginated), illus. Toning to newsprint, very light wear along fore edge, soiling to the bottom half of vol. 1, very faint dampstain to the bottom margin of vol. 2, mailing labels of Philadelphia Free Press, about VG. Item #07626