New York: Dialog Publications, 1966. 39p., very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches.
Includes a talk with Communist Party head Gus Hall, "The case for optimism," Hugo Gellert on the Washington Square Outdoor Exhibit (with three works pictured), a debate on "Who was Hemingweay, anyway?" and more. Cover photo depicts marchers wearing skull masks, with an African American man carrying an anti-Vietnam War sign rather obviously pasted in among the marchers.