Washington Free Press


An independent newspaper serving counter-culture communities in the Washington, D.C. area since 1966, known for its coverage of life in poverty, abortion, drugs, student activism, the anti-Vietnam War movement, and police brutality. (digdc.dclibrary.org)

1969 May 1-15

Vol. 3 No. 3


The Money Game
By ?, p 3

 Sunday night the Mothers of Invention staged a performance at the Baltimore Civic; a death dance. They played when the boss man said play, stopped when the bossman said stop. 7,000 people screamed their asses off but the bossman with the contract, the bossman who gets them gigs, the bossman with the money stopped the show. (read more)

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