Chicago: Revolutionary Union, 1972. 48p., lightly worn wraps, unevenly folded. English and Spanish texts.
Suggests that the shooting of the Alabama Democratic presidential candidate and former prominent segregationist was not the work of a "kook" but of some force within the ruling class. "Wallace is the millionaire's man, just as much as the rest of the phony politicians. And if he got cut down for peddling their garbage, or for pushing too hard for one group of super-rich instead of another- well, it just goes to show that if you play with fire you'll get burned..."