JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.
JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.

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JOHN SINCLAIR FREEDOM RALLY. Original program.

Ann Arbor, MI: Rainbow People's Party, December 1971. Tabloid newspaper format, folded, as issued. 28pp.

Illustrated with photographs (by Leni Sinclair, David Fenton and others) of Bobby Seale; Ed Sanders; Jerry Rubin; Archie Shepp; Phil Ochs; Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen; David Peel; Joy of Cooking; John Lennon and Yoko Ono; Up; the MC5 (at the Grande, October 1968); Pun and Genie Plamondon; more.

Features quotes from, among others, Bobby Seale, Rennie Davis, Leni Sinclair, Ed Sanders, and Jerry Rubin ("This is a night which will go down in history right along with Chicago and Woodstock… John Sinclair will become a national house hold word tomorrow because of this rally… Those people who say the revolution is over are saying that people have stopped breathing, hoping & dreaming. Hah!"), as well as the lyrics to Lennon's song, "John Sinclair"; Allen Ginsberg on the American chapter of P.E.N.'s petition for the release of John Sinclair; "Free John Now!" by Dave Sinclair; "Marijuana Revolution" and excerpts from his prison diary by John Sinclair; "What Has Happened to Justice in America?", a centrefold poem by Ed Sanders; volunteer security group, the Psychedelic Rangers (who performed a similar function to the Hell's Angels on the West Coast, only in a benign way); full-page ads. for Apple Records and the forthcoming publication of "Guitar Army"; more.

Slight wear to edges and folds, o/w Very Good. Scarce.

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