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San Diego Free Door to Liberation (vol. 2, no. 6), 1970-07-30


Scope and Contents

"National Yippee Day" [Yippees at Disneyland; includes photo]; "Bonsall Bomber" [police repression at a Bonsall, California outdoor concert]; "Notes from Soledad Prison"; "Operation Ccoperation [sic]" [War on drugs, specifically marijuana, and the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs]; "Women" [women's liberation, wage deficit, childcare]; "Hip Pocrates"; "Door Benefit Pot Luck Dinner"; "Capitalism"; "Welfare Advocate: Welfare and Racism in England"; "Isle of Wight on T.V."; "The Return of the Inbetween" [Ocean Beach spot where "people can be while going through adolesence, growing up in a society which makes adolesence illegal]; "The Straight Deceivers"[homosexuality and the draft]; "Concert Review" [Sunrise]; "Nature Bats Last" [environment]; "Book Review" [We, The Living Threatre]; "Chamber Brothers" [contains photographs; interview with musician George Chambers]; "Record Reviews" [Chambers Brothers, Nazz, Lambert & Nuttycombe]; "Chemical Warfare On Marijuana"; "Wasted Garbage" [Professor Percy H. McGauhey's subcommittee report on our solid waste problem]; "Calendar"; "Classified"


  • Publication: 1970-07-30

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From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet