The Catalyst Vol. 2 No. 6




Mayer, Richard
McGinnis, Kelly
Lindsay, David

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"The Catalyst" is comprised of 16 pages of student written articles, satires and political statements. This issue covered topics such as the rise in arrests over marijuana smoking; history of the American Civil Liberties Union and their local membership drive in Lubbock; opposition to wire tapping; a list of popular slang terms; Ben Barnes political career; Bill of Rights for women; editorials for students to have more say in what happens on campus and for more liberal dorm policies; a guide to wine; the American radical movement; a new counter-culture shopping center in Lubbock called "Prairie Dog Town"; pregnancy counseling and abortion; an anti-war convention in Chicago; overpopulation and killing of stray animals; Paper-Can Day in Lubbock; and how to use and purchase incense. The issue is the "Gala Christmas Issue 1970" and sold for 25 cents.



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