“Three Views on the Anti-University” from Harold Norse, Alexander Trocchi and Robert Tasher (of the The Badge Boutique in Notting Hill), in IT #26 (London: February 16, 1968).
Ed. Bill Levy. In the piece, prefaced by a William Burroughs quote from the December 1967 issue of Mayfair magazine, the three contributors illustrate the differences of opinion over which direction the anti-institution should take. Norse recounts how at the first faculty meeting “the Anti-University got off to an anti-start” with “a howling underground cell of clashing ideologies and aims.”
Also: front cover reproduces a poster printed by King Mob reproducing André Bertrand’s détourned comic strip, ‘In Our Spectacular Society Where All You Can See Is Things And Their Price…’, featuring a text by Raoul Vaneigem translated into English, a copy of which was flyposted outside the paper’s office building on Betterton Street by “some Lone Anarchist Nite Marauder?” (Dick Pountain later claimed responsibility); “The Maharishi and Me” by Allen Ginsberg; poster artist Sture Johannesson; extensive interview with Dick Gregory and brief one with Captain Beefheart; “Why I Want To Fuck Ronald Reagan” by JG Ballard; Raymond Durgnat on Kenneth Anger; ads. for Granny Takes a Trip, Hung On You, the Arts Lab, and Middle Earth; more.
Slight fraying to fore-edges, o/w Very Good plus (unfolded).