Liberation Support Movement
by Interference Archive and Josh MacPhee
In the late 90s, artist and printer Josh MacPhee found a 1970s-era anti-colonial pamphlet with a compelling cover about something called the "Liberation Support Movement" and was drawn into fascinating research of the history of the movement, its publications, and its amazing art work. The slim zine is the result of years of searching; it contains an introduction, an interview with two people who were involved in the movement, and a complete bibliography of movement publications and art.
This is Interference Document 14.5
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