Lexington, MA: n.pub. 1971. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet, mimeographed both sides, folded horizontally, paper toned below the fold on the side that was exposed to air; date penned in corner.
"The national confusion over the guilt of Lieutenant Calley arises from the fact that at My Lai an event occurred which was indeed an 'exception' but one that only proves what has now become the rule - that is, a detachment of ground troops spent all morning, face to face with the victims, obtaining the same effect which it is our official policy, and daily practice, to achieve much more swiftly and routinely, from high and 'innocent' altitudes with the Air Force." Notes MIT's complicity with military technology development and calls for a protest at Hanscom Field.