The Bad Days Will End (for Libertarian and Council Communism) Sommerville MA: Merrymount publications, 2000-2001. 5 issues in 4 volumes (12-22 p. each), 21 x 29.5 cm.; plain white (or blue) wrappers with text in black.
This short-lived journal describes itself as “a quarterly bulletin advocating communism — the overthrow of capitalism by the international working class and the creation of a stateless and truly egalitarian society from below” To our knowledge, 5 issues were published in 2000 and 2001.
This bulletin is of interest because its third issue is devoted to the Situationist International. Contents:”Back to the Situationist International”by Gilles Dauve (originally published in English by American pro-Situationist Journal “Red Eye” in 1979); “The Necessity and Impossibility of Anti-Activism” by J. Kellstadt (original piece); “The Work of Ideology” (initially written and published by American pro-Situationist group Point-Blank! in the first and only issue of their journal). A Review “Saved from Drowning” by Michael Seidman is also included
Rare in the trade, with no other copy found. OCLC lists holdings at Michigan (full set) and Wisconsin (one issue only).