[SF]: Communication Company, .
4to. Broadside. First edition. Published Easter Sunday 1967. Printed on both sides with a long text (likely by Chester Anderson) explaining how the government will suppress the hippie movement in San Francisco during the "Summer of Love" because so many potential protesters could be a threat to the Vietnam War efforts. "The Government has at least six concentration camps ready to open tomorrow if necessary, and the F.B.I. is poised to fill them with 'radical, subversives and possible saboteurs' in the event of a national emergency." The author fears that the campaign against hippies will cause riots that will justify extreme measures by the authorities and the statement appeals "to the free world for help" so there will not be a Hitlerian "Ultimate Solution" to the hippie problem. Fine.