New York: Workers League, 1971. 4p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left, very good with faint traces of edge foxing. States that members of the Puerto Rican Pro-Independence Movement (MPI) had assaulted members of Tim Wohlforth's group as they tried to sell copies of their bulletin in front of the MPI office. Describes the battle blow-by-blow, complete with gushing blood and severed tendons. Juan Farinas was one of the members of the Workers League selling the bulletin. The MPI accused the Workers League of being CIA agents, while in turn the Workers League called the MPI reactionary nationalists and Stalinists. (Inventory #: 203940)
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