Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1969. 24 pgs, folded tabloid, lightly tanned, illus., mild fraying, else very good.
Classic underground newspaper. Cover headined: "Eldridge Speaks -- First Words from Exile" with large blown-up photo of Eldridge Cleaver. Articles include over two pages of Cleaver's communique, plus Stew Albert's report back from the 1969 SDS convention where the organization imploded, plus Albert's profile of Bill Brent, a panther who hijacked an airplane to Cuba and the usual smattering of contemporary news and sex ads.