Campaign Honeywell [with five related items of ephemera]
by Clergy and Laity Concerned
Washington DC: Clergy and Laity Concerned, 1972. 14p. staplebound pamphlet, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good, together with a "Honeywell kills people" bumpersticker and four 8.5x11 inch leaflets. The leaflets are titled "Honeywell annual report 1971" (with photo of a Vietnamese person maimed by shrapnel), "Legal and moral issues raised by Honeywell, Inc," "Honeywell: Dow of the 70s," and "Who is Honeywell?" These items discuss the weapon systems designed by Honeywell that were being used in Vietnam, emphasizing those that maim civilians. Argues that morality demands protest against the company.
(Inventory #: 214246)
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