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Kaliflower
Kaliflower San Francisco, 1971. Various issues.

Kaliflower

 

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THE DIGGERS
Haight-Ashbery gave birth to The Diggers, a counter-culture, anarchy-minded theater group in San Francisco in the late ‘60s. One of their products was this magazine, hand made and bound, and circulated to up to 300 other area communes on Kaliflower Thursdays. Kalifower’s intent was to extend the freedoms associated with flower children and the hippie movement to a broader audience. Its title reflects Kaliyuga, the Hindu name for the ultimate revolt against the morality of the vedas and suggests the flower that can grow out of that violence.
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