A MOVING TARGET IS HARD TO HIT.
A MOVING TARGET IS HARD TO HIT.

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A MOVING TARGET IS HARD TO HIT.

SF: Communication Company, March 27, 1967. Original handbill, gestetnered in red and black (there was also a variant in purple and black). Illustrated with an image of a Plains Indian on horseback in full headdress.

Lew Welch's Digger manifesto, and his response to the overcrowding in Haight-Ashbury, in which he suggests living in tribes of fifteen or fewer - "Communal 'families' of 5 adults… and the natural number of children thereby made" - and keeping on the move - "Disperse. Gather into smaller tribes. Use the beautiful public land your state and national governments have already set up for you, free. If you want to. Most Indians are nomads. The haight-ashbury is not where it's at - it's in your head and hands. Take it anywhere."

Fine. (Notes From A Revolution, p.79).

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