New York: the newsweekly / Guardian Pamphlets, 1963/4. Unfastened newsprint leaves folded to make 8p., a bit toned but not fragile, mild signs of handling & edgewear, a nice copy. Reissue in standard tabloid form (they call it "pamphlet" and a "tabloid-size pamphlet") of the December 19, 1963 Guardian, "based largely on a five-page brief on the Oswald case..written by Mark Lane" --now with seven pages of text & a one-page subscription form. New material includes reader response page.
Contemporary reprint of the first cogent Oswald-didn't-do-it scenario in print; we now have multiple copies available. When we held only one copy, we had this special issue at fifty bucks, but we've found a stash. FYI, there were several issues of the Guardian with substantial materials dug up by Mark Lane. One of the issues preceeding this one has Lane, in his by-lined article, sneaking over a fence (a DPD fence put up ad hoc, as your humble cataloger recalls) to get at "the grassy area," this is before "grassy knoll" had become received nomenclature.