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Bugle American No. 252 (July 14, 1976)


Bugle American No. 252 (July 14, 1976)
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    BUGLE AMERICAN No. 252 (Vol. 7 No. 23) July 14, 1976.


    The color cover is a potent editorial cartoon by Binky Brown cartoonist Justin Green. His "Liberty: Our Once Luminous Muse On the Skids" portrays Ms. Liberty working in a topless massage parlor, servicing bankers, Arabs and oil men. 

    Comics section: "Rip Off Comix" page by Gilbert Shelton; Reviews of three political underground comic books: Give Me Liberty! (Rip Off Press), An Army of Principles (Kitchen Sink Press)and Bicentennial Gross-Outs (Last Gasp) by Dave Schreiner; Three "Krazy Kat" dailies.

    Other #252 Contents: "An American in Milwaukee: From Jimmy Carter to Elvin Bishop to Stan's Lounge --A Patriotic Saga" by Marty Racine (photos by Cathy Gubin); "The 'Other' Bicentennial: The Way it Really was in Philly --Demonstrations and Rallies Orderly Despite Mayor Rizzo's Rantings" by Peter Spielmann; "Religion, Fear and Loathing are All the Same to Me, art I" by Robert Borden; "What Is It We've Done so 'Right' to Last 200 ears?" by Dave Schreiner; "All the Dope that Fits" column; Mike Jacobi's "Toads in the Outhouse" column; "Cowpie" music column by Barry Patton; "No Moss" music column (with pieces on Starship, Heart, Judy Collins, Elvin Bishop, Waylon Jennings and John Sebastian all of whom appeared in Milwaukee); movie reviews by Rick Inman; and column logos and ad illustrations by Kitchen (color back cover ad for rolling papers vending machine) and Glassford. 

    Format: 70 pages, 8 3/8 x 10.5 inch magazine format. Original cover price: 50 cents.

    Condition: Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for nearly four decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint.


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    Bugle American No. 252 (July 14, 1976)

    BUGLE AMERICAN No. 252 (Vol. 7 No. 23) July 14, 1976.


    The color cover is a potent editorial cartoon by Binky Brown cartoonist Justin Green. His "Liberty: Our Once Luminous Muse On the Skids" portrays Ms. Liberty working in a topless massage parlor, servicing bankers, Arabs and oil men. 

    Comics section: "Rip Off Comix" page by Gilbert Shelton; Reviews of three political underground comic books: Give Me Liberty! (Rip Off Press), An Army of Principles (Kitchen Sink Press)and Bicentennial Gross-Outs (Last Gasp) by Dave Schreiner; Three "Krazy Kat" dailies.

    Other #252 Contents: "An American in Milwaukee: From Jimmy Carter to Elvin Bishop to Stan's Lounge --A Patriotic Saga" by Marty Racine (photos by Cathy Gubin); "The 'Other' Bicentennial: The Way it Really was in Philly --Demonstrations and Rallies Orderly Despite Mayor Rizzo's Rantings" by Peter Spielmann; "Religion, Fear and Loathing are All the Same to Me, art I" by Robert Borden; "What Is It We've Done so 'Right' to Last 200 ears?" by Dave Schreiner; "All the Dope that Fits" column; Mike Jacobi's "Toads in the Outhouse" column; "Cowpie" music column by Barry Patton; "No Moss" music column (with pieces on Starship, Heart, Judy Collins, Elvin Bishop, Waylon Jennings and John Sebastian all of whom appeared in Milwaukee); movie reviews by Rick Inman; and column logos and ad illustrations by Kitchen (color back cover ad for rolling papers vending machine) and Glassford. 

    Format: 70 pages, 8 3/8 x 10.5 inch magazine format. Original cover price: 50 cents.

    Condition: Near Mint uncirculated copy, carefully stored in cool environment for nearly four decades, with only faint aging typical of old newsprint.

    $12.50