Issues in Radical Therapy :Volume II, #3, Summer 1974;
Berkeley: IRT Collective, 1974. Newspaper - 36 pp. Folded tabloid style newspaper, with articles, essays, reviews, news, services and resources, photos, and political cartoons. This particular issue contains articles including: electroshock therapy, harassment therapy, sexual freedom, and so on. 450 x 290mm (17¾ x 11½ inches).<br />A fascinating snap-shot of underground publishing. The Radical Psychiatry movement emerged in the late 1960's in Berkeley (California) as a countermovement to the then-psychiatry. The "radical" role of RP was that people's mental suffering was seen not only as an individual problem, but also in the context of socially existing conditions of oppression and power. Several underground publishers sprung up, using the latest cheaper means of production (like offset printing).
Condition: Heavy fold mark, just starting to split on edge of fold line. Some toning to newsprint.