[San Francisco? no publisher], 1970.
Unbound. Approximately 8.5" x 11". Printed in red on white paper, with a sun-and-star drawing, apparently signed with a symbol we cannot identify. Old discreet folds, some age-toning, very good or better. Flyer decrying Nixon and the War on April 30, 1970, the day of Nixon's Speech revealing that the U.S. was invading Cambodia (ink date in corner of May 4, 1970) which precipitated the protests that resulted in the killings at Kent State. The broadside includes a two-line Pawnee "War Song"; a two-line Navajo "Night Chant"; and a four-line "Anarche-Zen Poem on Military-Industrial Complex". Scarce. *OCLC* accounts for no copies.