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Catalog No.:CC-259
Title:The Question: Is a portrayal of the Haight-Ashbury as a lurid, filthy, crime-infested slum good for business or anything except freeways and redevelopment?
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Medium:Broadside
Publisher:Communication Company [presumably]
Place:San Francisco
Year:1967
Exact Date:5/4/1967
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Abstract:A letter from the owner of David L. Rothkop, of the I-Thou Coffe House, 1736 Haight Street, calling for a coming together of the diverse elements among the Haight merchants, including the "old guard" Merchants Association and the new hip merchants. Criticizes the hippies for their na´ve belief in "drugs-as-panacea" as well as the reactionary elements of the Merchants Association who blocked Moe's Bookstore's request for a second-hand permit.
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Imprint:None, presumably ComCo
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Trans Title:THE QUESTION: Is a portrayal of the Haight-Ashbury as a lurid, filthy, | crime-infested slum good for business or anything except | freeways and redevelopment?
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