Hilton Obenzinger 
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Re: “Inkworks Press, 1974–2016

Thanks for this article/tribute, Lincoln. It certainly has been an accomplishment to be proud of. One difference with Polly Parks's description of FITS: We actually did survive political in-fighting- ugly and destructive as that was - but there was a self-conscious decision to close the shop because 1) technology was changing and we would need a lot of funds to update our equipment that we didn't have and 2) with the movement in decline after the election of Reagan business had declined. I had left by then - trying to organize the union at Lin Litho, then working at Inkworks and other work - but I was impressed by the very practical reasoning that went into closing the shop and, as a result, the entire San Francisco Printing Coop. One gratifying outcome was that Modern Times Bookstore moved into the space.

Posted by Hilton Obenzinger on 02/11/2016 at 7:56 AM

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