San Francisco, CA: Wei Min She, 1971. Second issue of the monthly tabloid-format newspaper, 24 pages (half in English, half in Chinese)., minor foxing.
One of the most important revolutionary Chinese-American publications from San Francisco, with extensive coverage of local issues. Includes articles on establishment of a community school to resist busing, overview of radical activities at UC Berkeley, and more (including many pro-PRC political articles). The title comes from the slogan "Wei min" (For the People).