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army of principles
excellent writing
skilled art
historical 3
score 7
An Army of Principles
Only Printing / February, 1976 / 36 Pages / Kitchen Sink

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Published in America's bicentennial year of 1976, An Army of Principles is Leonard Rifas's ode to early American history, from the colonization of the country through the independence revolution and the 18th century. An Army of Principles covers a lot of territory (literally and figuratively) with efficiency and is a surprisingly entertaining read.

This is the kind of educational comic book (there are quite a few of them in the underground) that should have been printed in the millions in 1976 and distributed throughout school systems across the country. Back when kids actually read non-manga comic books.

Kitchen Sink Enterprises printed approximately 10,000 copies of this comic book. It has not been reprinted.

Tucker Petertil - (editor), 1-26, 49, 50, 52
Bill Crook Jr. - 27-46
Gordon Lee Cohen - 47
Kevin Petertil - 48 (collaboration), 51
Pam Joy - 48 (collaboration)