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"No one bothered to ask us trees about People's Park!" [handbill]

"No one bothered to ask us trees about People's Park!"
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Scientology Berkeley, Berkeley. 1969, 8.5x14 inch leaflet, depiction of tall trees with text; fold-creased, stain in center where fold lines meet. Handbill seeking to capitalize on the People's Park movement to promote Scientology; "Scientology is a world-wide self betterment and human rights organization. The Humanitarian Objective of Scientology is the creation of a safe environment in which you people and us trees can grow..." People's Park was a plot of land owned by the University of California which was seized by UC Berkeley students and Berkeley citizens as a park in April 1969. On May 15, 1969, local and state police attempted to fence off the park and destroyed the plantings and other improvements.

Cat.No: 175578

Price: $15.00

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