New York: Microcosm Publishing, 2010. 18-panel poster/zine, unfolds to 27x21 inches, glossy alkaline paper composed of cut and paste b&w photos and text decorated with red and blue spot-color; a fine unblemished copy.
On the Red Scare. In title: Zine suggests that Rosenberg's documents were not (allegedly) smuggled within Jello boxes; the boxes (allegedly) served as coded communication devices between spies to identify one another. Does the zine get it wrong? To which the zine makes a number of references.