APR 12-25 NO.23 35¢ BOSTON 1968
|Articles & Columns|
|Section 1 (17½" x 23" - 12 p.)|
|p. 1||Wayne Hansen: "I wrote what follows two days before Martin Luther King was shot..."|
|p. 2||Spec/4 John ------: The Edge of All Hell|
Ken Emerson: Mud in Your EYE
Arthur Mutable Earth: My Body and Soul Through Five Issues Going
The Swamp Fox
Kenneth F. Kister
D. Peter (Aquarius)
randy foote: Harrassment: A Postscript
|p. 3||Skip Ascheim: After King, the Liberation|
Washington Poor People's Campaign
J. Michael Freedberg: Martin Luther King's Death
|p. 4||Wayne Hansen: Mr. Johnson and the Future of America|
Skip Ascheim: Panthers and Police
Skip Ascheim: Resistance April 3
randy foote: Awake America
April 15: An Academic Day of Conscience
"The Lyman Family, At the ATMA Coffeehouse...April 15... At the Club 47... April 22-23..." (ad)
|p. 5||Richard Wellins: And the War Drags On|
Tom Jarrell: Saint Joan at Harvard: Where Was God Then?
"I am a man of God..."
Carol Morrissey: photographs
Arden Harrison: "I wouldn't let animals live in these things..."
Charles Giuliano: "Beantown is cutting a big one in urban renewal these days..."
J. Michael Freedberg: Not Just The Eskimos Leave Their Old Behind
|p. 8||J. Michael Freedberg: The Stockholm Monetary Conferences: A Victory for World Free Trade, a Defeat for Economic Isolationism|
Kevin Black (Emerson): Patchwork
|p. 9||Wayne: Commonwealth vs. God, Joe and Harvey|
randy foote: A Time for Community
|p. 10||William Andrews: The Illuminated Pharmacologist: Drug Use and Abuse|
|p. 11||Classified (ads)|
|p. 12||Advertising Information|
|Section 2 (11½" x 17½" -  p. unnumbered)|
|p. ||[Eben Given]: "Mine eyes have seen the glory" (Martin Luther King)|
|p. ||[Mel Lyman]: Diary of a Young Artist: |
November, 1962, Florida. [Mirror: November, 1962, Florida]
|p. ||Millie: Life|
To You I Love
|p. ||Mel Lyman: Telling It Like It Is (Now that I'm a writer again)|
|p. ||Joey Goldfarb helped by Melinda Cohn: Using Astrology|
Bob: "Remember, at all times the stars are in balance..."
Ed: "You want the truth now..."
|p. ||Mel Lyman: To All Who Would Know (To speak what is ON your MIND) Second Printing|
Joey [Goldfarb]: "We must lose that which we need..."
Dan: "I keep grabbing at the rosetrees..."
|Eben [Given] and Brian [Keating]: "I came to New York with my box of paints..."|
|p. ||Letters: |
Dan: "I was sitting in the palace eating ice cream..."
|p. ||Paul Leo: the adventure of super-liberal, or how whitey gets a hard head|