This article examines the political dimensions of the art, literature, “zines,” music, and activism of the American punk movement in the 1980s. The scene was dominated by far-Left views, which were both taught and learned and, thus, served as an informal civic education for many young people in the subculture.
Ramsey, Paul J.
"Taking a Hard Left: Civic Learning, Radical Politics, and Hardcore Punk in the 1980s,"
Impact: A Journal of Community and Cultural Inquiry in Education: Vol. 1:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://commons.emich.edu/impact/vol1/iss1/7