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San Francisco Good Times; Vol.3, no.26, June 26, 1970

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Good Times Commune, San Francisco. 1970, 24p., tabloid, 11x16.5 in., folded, somewhat browned newsprint with a few short closed tears and tiny chips, illus., has an inked bracket, else good copy. Cover text alerts, "Peanut Man Busted!" and "I Media Young Man in Vermont". San Francisco's longest lasting underground paper. "Peanut Man" concerns de-legalizing street vendors even if they're long-time and elderly as an earnest of Things-to-Come in city life; "Who Killed Radetich?" covering the false-flag attribution of the SF murder of "good-guy cop Joe Raditch" (friendly fire insinuated); Young Lords and tuberculosis; Native American health; Charles Manson coverage; the Hog Farm in Sausalito; the I Media thing (includes two fuck-ins, dope, cartooning and lectures by Harvey Kurtzman (defending LIttle Annie Fanny against feminist doubt) and Gilbert Shelton; the trial of "shiva head Willie Minzey"; how to make a bamboo flute; eat kelp. And other articles along with usual ads of the era.

Cat.No: 204672

Price: $25.00

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