n.p. [Marxist-Leninist Party], [ca. 1970]. Two posters, approximately 11x22 inches, offset printed, the former with black and white photo of armed strikers in the southern Colorado coal fields in 1914; red hammer and sickle at bottom with Mao's slogan, "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun." The latter depicts a masked guerrilla with a hammer and sickle flag in the background.
An internal document of the Marxist-Leninist Party, "Workers' armed defense groups; People's armed defense groups; Women's armed defense groups: Material for discussion by cadres," discussed the development of these armed groups parallel to the above-ground "mass organizations" (sic) of the Marxist-Leninist Party.