[New Orleans: Elizabeth S. Cousins Rogers, 1970]
The current leaflet, produced at the height of the hippie counterculture, addresses what Rogers perceives as the strengths and failings of the movement, including its preoccupation with drugs ("... I wonder - IS marijuana so harmless?"...); sexual promiscuity ("...unbridled individual indulgence creates no beautiful people: only helpless addicts, theives [sic], Green Berets, Song My murderers..."); and mini-skirts ("There's something fine about the young woman erect and confident, showing as much of her leg as she likes...there's only one thing I hope I won't live to see: those strong beautiful young legs lying muddy and bloody in ditches under the guns and sneers of Fascism...").
1 copy only in OCLC (U.Virginia), though we note both Tamiment (NYU) and Amistad Research Center hold archives of Rogers correspondence and ephemera. (Inventory #: 25714)