Somerville, MA: the newspaper, 1977. Seven issues of the tabloid-format tenants' rights newspaper, the last issue with name changed to the Free Press; evenly toned, otherwise very good except for the second issue, which is more worn with faint stains. Community news, much on rent strikes, including coverage in Portuguese and French (for the local Haitian population). Issues present are Aug. and Dec. 1973, Feb/March and April/May 1975, Jan. and September 1976, and June 1977.
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