New York: Guardian Workers Collective, 1970. 16p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, mailing label on rear cover, some page corners creased, else very good.
Apparently the second issue published by the Guardian workers who seized control of the Guardian's offices in their dispute with the radical newspaper's management. (Issue number is omitted, in usual sloppy underground fashion.) Features large Emory Douglas drawing on cover and another Emory drawing of Bobby Seale strapped to an electric chair on p. 3. Articles on Black Panthers, Laos, Seattle bombings, Women Unite, and strident criticism of the old Guardian. Liberated Guardian continued parallel to the old Guardian for several years, generally taking a harder armed struggle line.