Los Angeles: New Way Enterprises, 1965. Tabloid. Good. Item #014164
Side folding tabloid format. 8 pp. Black and white photos throughout. Early issue of this pioneering underground newspaper, known as the Freep. Established in 1964, the paper was known for its coverage of the counterculture movement and radical politics, as well as its strong anti-Vietnam War stance. Financial and staffing troubles led to its eventual demise in 1978. This issue with an article on a civil rights march in Los Angeles, highlighting the violent actions of police in removing protesters using nonviolent means to protest. This march was held on March 13, in protest against "Alabama atrocities and lack of Federal action." With short pieces on films, books, music, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate general browning. Paper slightly brittle. Horizontal fold crease present, with some fading/loss of ink in the text on the front page, affecting one line Some staining and light soiling. A few stray notes to the front cover, with mailing address printed. Some wrinkling, with several small tears along the extremities.
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