"Altamont: The Woodstock Nation's Pearl Harbor" (18pp.) by Sol Stern in SCANLAN'S Volume 1, #1 (NY: March 1970). ALTAMONT.
"Altamont: The Woodstock Nation's Pearl Harbor" (18pp.) by Sol Stern in SCANLAN'S Volume 1, #1 (NY: March 1970).
"Altamont: The Woodstock Nation's Pearl Harbor" (18pp.) by Sol Stern in SCANLAN'S Volume 1, #1 (NY: March 1970).
"Altamont: The Woodstock Nation's Pearl Harbor" (18pp.) by Sol Stern in SCANLAN'S Volume 1, #1 (NY: March 1970).
"Altamont: The Woodstock Nation's Pearl Harbor" (18pp.) by Sol Stern in SCANLAN'S Volume 1, #1 (NY: March 1970).

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"Altamont: The Woodstock Nation's Pearl Harbor" (18pp.) by Sol Stern in SCANLAN'S Volume 1, #1 (NY: March 1970).

Ed. Warren Hinckle III & Sidney E. Zion. An eyewitness account by a contributing editor of Ramparts, illustrated with photographs from the event, several of them in colour.

According to Ralph Gleason, the Stones, the Grateful Dead's Rock Scully and former Digger Emmett Grogan arranged for the Hell's Angels to be hired as a security force for the free concert. The fateful event was held on 6th December, 1969 at the Altamont Speedway, located approximately sixty miles from the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, the epicentre of the counterculture it symbolically wrecked.

Also: "The Temptations of Jean-Claude Killy" by Hunter S. Thompson, an 11pp. article in which the author follows the skiing champion around America during his marketing tour for Chevrolet, and compares him to Scott Fitzgerald's Jay Gatsby.

Cover lightly soiled, o/w Very Good plus.

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