Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 1968. Newspaper. 32p., 17.5x11.5 inch tabloid newspaper. Rubricated cover leaf, spot-color centerfold (a poster-style ad for Rose Bowl concert). Mildly toned and edgeworn, a good copy. Cover texts: "FBI Chief Writes to Free Press"; "Local FBI Agent answers Mark Lane, Demands retraction"; "Unconstitutional anti-hippie law will be challenged b y ACLU"; "Voices from Czechago streets"
Stories within start off with a Tom Hayden speech; Hubert Humphrey stays at LA's Ambassador Hotel despite 'assassination fears'; Chicago's Mayor Daley commissions a documentary film to justify CPD; "LA City and County declare war on young people and other subversives"; Huey Newton convicted; a strong drive to put Eugene McCarthy on the ticket; book reviews of Tom Wolfe's 'The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test' and Robert Gover's 'J.C. Saves'; a report from Prague.