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OCTOBER 1965 CONTENTS: Page 01: A LITTLE PLAY BY JULES FEIFFER -- Page 02: SIR REALIST (letters) -- Page 03: EDITORIAL GIGGIES - An Obituary for His Original Death - Hail the Unsung Typesetter - The Ordeal of Faggotry -- Page 04: THE VILLAGE SQUIRE by Paul Krassner -- Page 05: THE LONELY PRIVATE WORLD OF DIRTY MOVIES by Michael Valenti -- Page 06 -- Page 07: BIGGER THAN CHICKEN SOUP by Avery Corman -- Page 08: LENNY BRUCE DEFENDS -- Page 09: AT PLM, PROGRESS IS NOT THEIR MOST IMPORTANT TARGET (A response to Larry Cole by Ed Lemansky of the Progressive Labor Movement) -- Page 10: THE SINGING INQUISITOR by Harold Feldman and THE HOSTILE NOVELIST by Robert Lasson -- Page 11: COME ALIVE! YOU'RE IN THE POPSICLE GENERATION by Dick Guindon -- Page 12 -- Page 13 -- Page 14 -- Page 15: LET THERE BE LIFE by S.L. Stebel and LET THERE BE DEATH by Arne Passman -- Page 16: THE BENEFIT OF THE SHROUD and The UnFree NonUninversity - Ah Sordid Announcements -- Page 17: CO-EXISTING by Saul Heller -- Page 18 -- Page 19: ED FISHER'S PAGE -- Page 20: THE ETHNIC JOKE AS A BAROMETER OF CLASS DISTINCTION and BETTER DEAD THAN RED -- Page 21 -- Page 22: IT'S ALL RELATIVE by Gene Feehan -- Page 23: NO, VIRGINIA by Alan Whitney -- Back Cover: A VIOLENT PEACE MOVEMENT by Don Waskey and SOFT-CORE PORNOGRAPHY OF THE MONTH: Going-Limp-While-Being-Carried-Away-By-Police-At-Protest-Demonstration Cheesecake Department (upskirt)


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