New York: 1968. 8 1/2 x 11" sheet, mechanically reproduced on recto only. Single date stamp to lower margin; fine.
A fascinating artifact from the 1968 student occupation of Columbia University. According to a 1968 article by Robert Ast in the Columbia Spectator, the society threatened to "dump [Columbia] into the East River" unless its demands were acceded to, as part of an "overall program culminating with the destruction of evil." Ast also suggests that the group was formed to "protest protesting."The flyer consists of text overlayed onto a grid pattern, calling for a protest outside ROTC office: "Hotsy, Totsy, No More ROTC." Item #17568