Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 1968. Newspaper. 32p., 17.5x11.5 inch tabloid newspaper; complete in one section with spot-color cover leaf. Dust-soil and foxing, short splits of spinefold at mid-fold and tail, a good copy. Back cover also rubricated making an effective red poster advertising "An American Music Show at the Rose Bowl" with an amazing line-up: Joan Baez, Buffy St.Marie, Wilson Pickett, Mothers of Invention, Country Joe & Fish, Junior Wells & Buddy Guy Band, Everly Brothers, Byrds --with reserved seats starting at $3.50 and going up in dollar increments to $6.50.... Inside, find "Topanga Canyon citizens rousted by Sheriff's Dept"; "Minutemen attack CNVA" [a pacifist group]; "Mrs. Lawrence: A Black mother's story" (of one of the three young black men killed by LAPD); Mark Lane reports on Time Mag's reportage of the Garrison/Clay Shaw trial; "Stokeley teaches in Watts" (1 1/2pp.); a lengthy multi-page assessment of Hubert Humphrey; "Abortion underground" (reprinted from Modern Utopian); Liberation News Service splits into two camps.