LOS ANGELES FREE PRESS

[#13850]
A group of 52 random issues from 1967-1969. Well preserved (light soilage, paperdiscoloration and mild edgewear, as this was printed on newsprint, folded.)

EUR 1,800.00

Rare examples of this famous radical newspaper founded by Art Kunkin in 1964. Seminal Underground journalism that went well beyond the boundaries of Los Angeles. Present are: Volume 4 (1967) nos. 10, 12, 19 - 30, 32, 33, 36 - 46, 48; volume 5 (1968) nos. 3 - 5, 9, 11, 13 - 25, 34, 38, 47; volume 6 (1969) nos. 234, 237, 10 (242). Some headlines: "What is's like in Vietnam", "Mystery man sought in JFK murder", "Police stage another riot", "What's happening on Fairfax", "Use guns against hippies?", "Abortion Act Abortion", "Can the police break in?", "Lebel: Diary of the French Revolt", "Will Johnson cancel the elections?", "Will Nixon raid Cuba?", "Reagan was a student rioter".