Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1971. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, illus., very good condition.
Front and back covers unfold to form a 16.5x23 inch poster featuring a Mao quote: "We communists are like seeds & the people are like the soil. Wherever we go, we must unite with the people, take root and blossom among them." Features: a defense of the Black Panther Party by the ICCF (Intercommunal Committee to Combat Fascism) and a lengthy criticism of the BPP by the Tribe staff. Also excerpt from William Kuntsler speech at an open meeting and fundraiser for the United Prisoners Union (UPU), later nexus for radical prison organizing culminating in the murders of Popeye Jackson and Sally Voye. Much Attica material, and news on FRELIMO and the Portugese colonies in Africa. Plus usual news and ads of the era.