Oakland: Vocations for Social Change, 1973. First Edition. Counterculture magazine centered around sharing "information about how people can gain control over their work situations and their own lives," about worker/community control over the means of production. Contents include articles on the Gray Panthers, nursing homes in Minnesota, organizing older women, senior advocacy, etc. Quarto (27.25cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers, stapled; 64pp; illus. Light wear and handling, a few tiny tears to pages edges, with brief pencil notation to upper margin of front wrapper, and a few passages marked in pencil in-text; Very Good+ or better.