New York: The Realist Association, 1965. 24 p, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus, wraps, stapled newsprint magazine, browned, subscriber address stamp and hand-written address correction on the lower right corner of back page with postal change-of address stamp.
The main themes of this issue seem to be race, smoking, drugs and sex. Not that that is a bad thing. Lead articles on the hypocrisy of the justice system when race is involved, and the primacy of sex to the "race problem." Lotsa stuff on psychedelics and pot. The sixties must have arrived.