No Place: No Publisher. Unbound. Good. Item #013401
No publisher, place or date. Presumed published by the Peace and Freedom Party, New York, 1968. A single sheet, printed on both sides, that refers to the then recent protests/police violence at Columbia University, and discusses an upcoming gathering in NY to defend 30 suspended students. This gives some back story to the original protest, as well as outlining the PFP's concerns over oppression, etc. The last paragraph mentions a coalition with the Black Panthers, and Eldridge Cleaver being the PFP's candidate for president. It also refers to their participation in the Free Huey Newton campaign and their support of the "Panther's struggle with the pigs." GOOD with faint fold creases, minor fading and two hole punches on the top edge.
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