San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1968. First Edition. Tabloid (44cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 16pp; illus. Light wear and toning to extremities, faint horizontal fold at center, with a few tiny tears at right margin; Very Good+, without postal markings.
Well-preserved issue of this SNCC and SDS-affiliated newspaper. Contents include articles on the establishment media, Black students seizing a Chicago high school, revolution in Paris, the arrest of Jerry Rubin and freeing of Eldridge Cleaver, with a substantial interview of Huey P. Newton, discussing the Black Panther Party, cultural nationalism, SNCC, etc.