New York: N.Y. Workshop in Non-Violence, March 6, 1968.
Unbound. Approximately 8.5" x 11". Printed on yellow paper. Old discreet folds, else just about fine. Flyer for a benefit concert for the War Resisters League at the Anderson Theater. According to Ed Sanders, he wrote a new song for the show, the charming romantic ballad "I Cried When I Came in Your Best Friend's Mouth," a satire on country and western music. It was reportedly the only song that other members of the band, known for its raunchy antics and lyrics, were offended by and ever objected to playing, and thus it was performed only once in public, at this show.