International Times No 34 June 28 – July 11 1968 Legalise Pot Rally SOMA Pink Floyd Cosmocracy

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International Times No 34 June 28 – July 11 1968 Legalise Pot Rally SOMA Pink Floyd Cosmocracy

International Times magazine No 34 June 28 – July 11 1968

it or International Times magazine/newspaper No 34 June 28th – July 11th 1968: Final City – a feature from the San Francisco Oracle (one of the first underground newspapers); Hornsey College of Art/London School of Economics student unrest - ‘Cosmocracy’ – article “written as a result of a conversation in the IT office… a few hours before a group of LSE and other students were due to occupy the IT building”. Apple talent Advert (a John Lennon Drawing) -Quarter Page. Reviews of the United States of America Joe Boyd produced LP, Mick Farren’s Social Deviants; Inter-Action’s Ambiance lunch-hour theatre; Hermine Demoriane – Paris report; Mothers of Invention; Small Faces; John Coltrane; Miles Davis; The Nice "America"(half page advert - members holding children with the faces of John and Robert Kennedy, and Martin Luther King); SOMA and Legalise Pot Rally in Hyde Park by Steve Abrams; Incredible String Band in The Albert Hall on the Saturday followed by Morning Raga on Sunday Morning...Pink Floyd free in Hyde Park in the Afternoon and The Nice in concert in the Evening. (Blackhill Enterprises.-Half Page Week-end Ticket-£2.00) Pyramid Perspectives; Copenhagen news - 20 pp

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