San Francisco: Janet Brown and Richard Paris, 1969. Pamphlet. p., a copyshop pamphlet in untrimmed 8.5x5.5 inch wraps, texts reproduced from typescript, covers sunned and damp-stained with a touch of mildew to back cover. As is, a fair-only copy of an item issued in support of the student/faculty strike at San Francisco State College in 1968-69, when Hayakawa switched from left to right, becoming campus president on his way to an uneventful six years in the US Senate.
Not a specific parody of "Chairman Mao" but plainly inspired by 1960's fetishizing of Mao's philosophy. Copyright page declares "for American Federation of Teachers Local 1928 AFL-CIO"