New York: The Realist, 1966. 8p., newsprint self-wraps 11 x 8.5 inches, quite toned but otherwise good. A side-bar from Krassner advises that "this is a special bonus issue for subscribers only. It will not be counted as part of your subscription. The Realist is aiming toward a virtually all-satirical content, but we will be making occasional exceptions for serious articles such as these." Contains two stories, Jack Soltanoff on alcohol addiction and Eric Norden on avoidance, by American Leftists, of issues raised by Establishment cover-ups.