New Orleans: Southern Louisiana Media Corp, 1971. Unpaginated, p., 16x11 inches in standard tabloid format with the usual transverse second fold, cover leaf and doublespread centerfold are printed in melding reds and blues. Slightly misfolded, three leaves have sustained a five-inch closed tear, an otherwise good copy. No headlines, decorations vaguely whole-world indigenous peoples themed. Text begins with a warning against current plainclothes police surveillance of speed deals; followed by a doublespread on modern physics for the layperson, then another double on Vietnam, then some poetry, excerpts from a Vine Deloria book, an astrological calendar for April, an uncredited Bukowski excerpt, letters to editor, lots of advertising.
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