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The Way Out. Official Journal of the School of Living. Scattered (non-consecutive) run of 15 issues, 1962-67
Brookville, OH: School of Living, V.d.. Comprises the following issues: 1962: September, November, December; 1963: Jan, Feb, May; 1964: Jan; 1965: May-Jul, Nov-Dec; 1966: Jan-Feb, March-Apr, May-Jun, Jul-Aug; 1967: Jan-Feb, Oct. Official organ of Ralph Borsodi's traveling utopian experiment The School Of Living, which promoted Borsodi's ideals of individual liberty and social decentralization. An important precursor to the "back-to-the-land" movement of the Sixties and Seventies, the School of Living served not only as a source of inspiration, information, and instruction for would-be "modern homesteaders;" it also functioned, through a series of experimental communities in New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, as a laboratory for practical application of Borsodi's principles. The School's official journal centered more on philosophy than on praxis; the current run of issues includes articles, poems and stories by a variety of sympathetic contributors, including Robert Anton Wilson, John Gardner, Norman Mailer, Murray Rothbard, and many others including of course Borsodi himself. Fifteen individual issues in original wrappers. Various formats (change from digest-size to quarto in 1965; back to digest in 1967), various paginations (ca. 32pp per issue); changes from monthly to bi-monthly with May-Jul 1965. From the collection of occasional contributor Laurance Labadie; some issues hand-addressed to him, others briefly annotated in Labadie's hand. Occasional foxing and soil, but uniformly good.
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