Madison, WI: Connections, Publisher, 1968. Tabloid. Good. Item #014389
Side folding tabloid format. Black and white photos throughout. Connections was a paper from Madison, Wisconsin, published from 1967 to 1969 and harnessing a militant college campus energy to discuss the sometimes violent confrontations that occurred between police and protestors in Madison (see Insiders History of the Vietnam Era Underground Press, Part 2 for previous information). This issue mostly devoted to the contentious Chicago Convention in 1968, describing protests and reactions. With a collage centerfold on a "Kill a Kid for a Lark" theme. GOOD condition. Fold creases present, with moderate to heavy toning and some soiling.