Tales from the Rat House #7

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Title

EN Tales from the Rat House #7

Subject

EN Activism
EN About Art, Media, and Technology
EN Anarchism
EN DIY and How-to
EN Music
EN Personal

Description

EN Tales from the Rat House was a publication written for punks with a bent towards left wing politics and humor. The principle editors were Joe Britz, Larry Livermore, and David Hayes who were housemates in the so called “Rat House" in San Francisco. There was close affiliations with the band M.D.C. who once played on the Rat House roof to protest the motorcade of the Pope. Both Larry and David would work closely together on Maximum Rocknroll, the Gilman Street Project, and co-founded Lookout! Records.

Date

EN

Format

EN Standard (8 1/2 by 11)
EN Stapled

Number of Pages

EN 10

Language

EN English

Place of Publication

EN San Francisco, CA

Rights

EN In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted

Table Of Contents

EN The Legend of Int en Piet *By Ann* (3)Rat Ray Pontificates To Everyone About AIDS, Heterosexism, Class Conflict, Animal Liberation, The State of Society and Stuff Like That *By Ray* (4)
Dear Toots (7)
You Too Can Be a Prophet *By Lydia* (6)
Who Cares What You Think! *By Joe and Helen* (7)
Sexism’s Back! (Not That It Ever Went Away) *By Helen* (7)
Dreaming of an Anarchist Christmas *By Linda* (8)
“They Take Attacks Against Their Genitals as VERY Serious Business” *By Johnni* (9)
Zines Reviews *By Joe* (9)
Give’em a Break *By Joe* (10)