Savannah: the monthly, 1970. 12p., tabloid format, newsprint, photoillustration in conventional mode except everybody's a nazi or a target of the nazis. Folded a la mode. Paperstock is toned, but a good handleable copy.
Front page above the fold, "Truth about John Birch Society see pages 6-7-8" [Robert Welch thought Fields was a ringer for the FBI, Fields sued and won a modest amount], "'Guaranteed wage' will wreck taxpayers, will finance breeding of parasites," boxed text reads "NSRP in Washington march, see page 10." This latter article is augmented with 5 snapshots of the march, three in which the marchers are assembling and practicing (banners and flags clearly shown), the other two pix of the "NSRP marching down Pennsylvania Ave, admired by crowds on sidewalk.. now on Washington Monument grounds as 50,000 people cheer" [crowds not shown].