New York: Liberated Guardian Workers' Collective, 1971. 24p., 11x17 inch tabloid, folded, browning along spine, mild browning elsewhere, otherwise very good.
Front cover celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Paris Commune. Material includes reports on women's takeover of Harvard building, a one-year memorial held at the "Weather Garden," site of the Weatherman townhouse explosion, report on Panther women in jail, communiques from the New Years Gang and Katherine Powers and Susan Saxe, people's power in Chile, the Palestinian guerilla war, and drug trade and the Southeast Asian wars. The Liberated Guardian was the breakaway radical paper founded by disgruntled staff members of the Guardian, the primary national paper of the new left.