This collection reprints 122 daily strips from Oct 26 1970 to June 4 1971
66 strips from the period are not included (see comment for list)
Interestingly, the strips in this book are not in their original publication order, but are presented almost at random. It contains 122 strips, and not the 124 typically seen in the books of the period, as two pages are given over to an introduction by Art Buchwald.
The cover of the first edition was in black & white, and colored for subsequent reprints. Zonker’s helmet and smoke trail appear on the cover, although the character did not appear until a little later on, making his first appearance in the second book.
The number of strips omitted – 66 – seems to be the most cut from any period I have seen thus far. There are 69 omitted from "Speaking of Inalienable Rights, Amy...", but most of those were collected in Doonesbury's Greatest Hits. Apart from several short strips, entire storylines are missing from this book. Among those not collected include Mike and B.D.’s skiing trip to Vail and the introduction of Didi.
This book was later repackaged as two titles under HRW’s Popular Library imprint, “Even Revolutionairies Like Chocolate Chip Cookies” and “Just a French Major from the Bronx.” These books are reformatted to only contain two panels per page.