San Francisco: Trystero Company, 1968. Newspaper. 17 folded tabloids, illus., some toning, with fraying, chips, tears, jotted notes, and dog ears on a few issues, most issues have subscription mailing stamps addressed to People's World on the front page. All issues have two holes punched near left spine-folds, indicating these were formerly archived flat in large ring-bound binders. Issues present: Vol. 1, Nos. 25, 27, 29, 30, 32-35, 37, 38, 41-43, 46-49. Largely decent reading copies.
S.F.'s main political underground paper, founded during the local newspaper strike. Among the more literate UG papers, the Express Times ran much material on the Black Panthers, local politics, the SF State student strike, the Yippies, the '68 presidential conventions and elections, plus comix and illustrations by John Thompson, Jack Jaxon, Gilbert Shelton, Frank Ciercorka. Marvin Garson & Robert Novick edited, with an array of above-average writers, including Todd Gitlin, Sandy Darlington and Marjorie Heins. In the spring of 1969 the newspaper changed its name to the S.F. Good Times and underwent a staff change.