Los Angeles: Open City, Publisher, 1968. Tabloid. Good. Item #019183
Tabloid newspaper format. 20 pp. Single issue of this newspaper devoted to the counterculture and radical movements locally, nationally and internationally. This issue with a letter from activist H. Rap Brown written while in prison; an article on the band Blood, Sweat and Tears; a few articles on politicians such as Ralph Gleason and Lyndon Johnson; "Notes of a Dirty Old Man," by Charles Bukowski, etc. GOOD condition. Horizontal fold crease present. Large four inch diagonal tear at the upper left front cover corner. Minor to moderate uneven browning to the paper. Minor to moderate chipping along the edges, with tearing along the upper spine. Red "Box Copy" stamp on the upper front cover.