Los Angeles: Open City, Publisher, 1968. Tabloid. Good. Item #015047
Large format tabloid newspaper. Folded into fourths. 10 pages. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout. Single issue of this underground newspaper covering counterculture and radical politics. This issue with a column by Charles Bukowski "Notes of a Dirty Old Man," as well as an article supporting Pigasus for president, by Jerry Rubin. Also present is an article on a Native American Indian prophecy, discussing leader Rolling Thunder and the US government's efforts to take yet more land from Native Americans; an article on a large protest in Chicago; a piece on the groovy times at a club called the Kaleidescope, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate toning to the paper. Horizontal fold crease and mailing label present. Minor tearing and creasing along the extremities.