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10 Los Angeles Free Press Newspapers 1973

TEN Los Angeles Free Press underground newspapers from 1973 (Vol 10 #'s 2-11 inclusive as shown)

The Los Angeles Free Press was founded by Art Kunkin in 1964 & he remained with the paper to 1973. The paper was regarded as the first & largest of the counter-culture publications that flourished in the late 1960's-early 70's in the US & UK. It was known for the radical politics, championing individual freedoms & of course its anti-Vietnam War stance. Each edition is approx about 50-pages long. Apart from the political tracts you can expect adult cartoon strips, lots of music content (reviews/interviews/record & gig adverts etc), film articles & lots of pages of sex industry adverts etc.

Front-page articles in this batch include The Capture Of Tim Leary, Navy Racism, How They Bust Pushers, Blood Bank Drip-Off, War On The Poor, FBI vs Jack Anderson, Womens Day In LA etc. This collection represents a fantastic time capsule of the LA counter-culture scene at the time.

Condition is generally very good: a few minor nicks/creases but everything complete (no cut-outs) & clean.

NB. A supplementary P&P charge will be required for overseas buyers.

Price: £75.00

Artist: Underground, Eggs Over Easy
Year: '1973
Category: 70's / Rock
Format: Magazine
Condition: Very good
Reference: 71377

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