New York: Peace and Freedom Party, New York, presumed Publisher, 1968. Wraps. Good. Item #013218
Two sheets of 14 by 8 ¾ inch paper, single stapled at the upper left corner. Printed on both sides. A printing of the minutes of a conference of the Peace and Freedom Party on May 26, 1968, outlining motions, mostly pertaining to party structure, organizing and goals, with names of those sponsoring motions printed. The Peace and Freedom Party was founded in 1966 as a left wing "radical" (according to the party itself) party, with candidates for president in 1968. This included Eldridge Cleaver and Dick Gregory, often depending on the state, and also due to Cleaver's being constitutionally ineligible due to his age. GOOD condition. Three horizontal fold creases present, with a few other creases and wrinkles also present. General toning. Minor soiling.
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