BERKELEY TRIBE. Vol. 03, No. 28, Issue 80 / January 5 - February 5, 1971.

Berkeley, CA: Red Mountain Tribe, 1971. Tabloid newspaper. Light shelfwear. Very Good.

Item #111864

11.5 x 17.5" 24pp. including covers, with b/w interior. A radical counterculture underground newspaper published in Berkeley, California from 1969 to 1972. It was formed after a bitter staff dispute with publisher Max Scherr split the nationally known Berkeley Barb into new competing underground weeklies. This issue features: Nixon Asks Revolution, Power For The People; A Balck Man Was Shot And Killed (Donald Theard shot by SF police); TET +3 (3rd anniversary of the TET Offensive); Rosemarys Baby (on the Manson murders, and jury verdict); Susan Griffin Poem "I Like To Think Of Harriet Tubman" (full page poem); Soledarity (on the Soledad Brothers); Junk Pollutes (on the Heroin problem); It Will Be There As Tar For Generations (article on the New Haven tanker oil spill); centerfold features the names and photos of the Brazilian 70 (ALN Ação Libertadora Nacional); and more.

Price: $75.00