The Daily Telegraph magazine - Who Are The Hippies cover (29 May 1970)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Who Are The Hippies cover (29 May 1970) Poor condition - damage to front cover and spine - yellowing to pages - some creasing to page corners - BOTTOM CORNER OF FRONT COVER BADLY DAMAGED - stress tears around staples
WHO ARE THE HIPPIES? - They live in communes sharing everything. They are seeking the utopia America was meant to be and never became - at least for them. We visit a hippy commune in California to discover how they live.
Five and a half pages
THE SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKET TOUR which begins next weekend may be the setting for the most violent political demonstrations in this country since the war. We present a run-down on the South-African team and Patrick Marnham lines up the opposition
ALAN HOWARD - Next Thursday sees the opening night of the Royal Shakespeare Company's new "Hamlet", with Alan Howard as the Prince. In 1965 this part with this company brought fame to David Warner. We ask if the same will happen to Alan Howard, another RSC actor whose work has already stirred the critics
NEW OUTLOOK FOR WINDOWS - Interiors feature (this week, windows without curtains)
EMETT IN SPACE- Take a bicycle and then contrive it to fit it out for the moon. We inspect Rowland Emett's Exploratory Moon-Probe Lunacycle
One and a half pages