Item #31683 Kabouter Krant #12. Kabouters.
Kabouter Krant #12

Kabouter Krant #12

Amsterdam: Kabouter Pers, 1971. First edition. Tabloid format, printed on newsprint with spot color. Text in Dutch.

The twelfth and final issue of the underground newspaper and main organ of the Kabouters a Dutch anarchist group at the dawn of the 1970's which grew out of the Provo movement, especially the group's ambitious White Plans, and which was informed by Provo member Roel van Duijn's book "De boodschap van Een Wijze Kabouter". The group was an important further realization of the social disruption and radical utopian though of the Provo Movement, especially with regards to environmentalism and consumerism. The group carried out its' actions under the aegis of the Orange State, a an occasionally realized utopian state constructed as a counter to the Capitalist state of The Netherlands.

This final issue includes an article on A. J. Weberman and Bob Dylan, illustrated with drawings and photographs, critiques of education in capitalism with some material on the advent of computing, an article on the Orange Free Market, and an article on the anarchist Domela Nieuwenhais.

A good only example, with the paper heavily toned, as usual, and some splitting along the fold lines, but complete and sound. Item #31683

Price: $75.00

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