San Francisco: Good Times Commune, 1970. Newspaper. 24p., newsprint tabloid, 11x16.5 in., folded, evenly toned, illus., a small closed tear and dog-ear to smudged front page, else a very good copy.
San Francisco's longest lasting underground paper. Cover headline: "Cleaver, Kesey, & the Indians" touting inside articles on Eldridge Cleaver (interview excerpt), Ken Kesey making a movie, American Indian militancy at Pyramid Lake, Nevada. Also find report on the George Jackson trial in Marin (pre-fatal bust-out attempt), review of the Woodstock movie, a full-page comic strip by Marc Arceneaux, and a full-page listing of classes and offerings from the Free City University (a Good Times venture) and the usual listings, letters, and ads of the era.