Atlanta: Atlanta Cooperative News Project, 1970. Tabloid. Good. Item #016086
Side folding tabloid format. Approximately 16 ¼ by 11 ½ inches. 24 pp., including covers. A left wing underground paper from Atlanta, Georgia, founded by student activists from various local organizations. It was published from 1968 to 1976. Front cover appears to be a portrait of Black Panther Party leader Huey Newton, surrounded by the words "You can't jail the revolution!" This issue with an article on the release of Huey Newton from jail and what it means for the revolutionary movement in the US; a piece on the layoff/firing of 21 staff members at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center; a centerfold on the Revolutionary movement in the US and associated guerrilla warfare, including bombings; politics, Vietnam etc. GOOD condition. Horizontal fold crease present. General toning and browning. Owner's address stamped on the upper front cover. Minor wrinkling and creasing. Light chipping and tearing along the extremities.
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