Berkeley: . Ephemera. [49p.] staplebound packet, 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, very good. A duplicate from the papers of Tony Platt, an activist/academic who taught at Berkeley's Crim School at the time.
Produced for a teach-in on the UC Berkeley campus. Includes a five-page introduction to the Black Panthers, a photocopy of the BPP platform and program, a four-page chronology of events surrounding the police killings of Hampton and Mark Clark; "Grand Jury Investigations of the Hampton Shooting" by Gordon Kletz, and a five-page update on the trial of State's Attorney Edward V. Hanrahan in a police conspiracy case. The remainder of the packet consists of bibliographies and of photocopied articles from sources such as The Nation and The New Republic.