[Burbank: Seven Seventy Publishers, 1966].
Hippie exploitation mag that explores the adventures of "The Daring Breed," members of the younger generation who are "trapped, desperate, frantic to escape their everyday life. Frantic for new excitement, pleasures." These folks occupy their time with eveything from biker gangs, "Swingin' Wild Groups," draft card burning, pagan LSD rituals, building anti-war sculptures on Sunset Blvd., and of course dancing naked, with many photos of the latter. One of the earliest, if not the first, hippie explotation mags preceding the heyday of the genre by a couple of years. Two tiny ink letters to cover, else near fine.