[Baltimore: Balto Cong, 1970]. First Edition. Scarce, possibly one-off newspaper published by the Baltimore-based Maoist/national liberation youth direct action brigade, who in the summer of 1970 took over the offices of the newspaper Harry. Contents include coverage of the Black Panthers, articles extolling the virtues of collective living with the goal of overthrowing the state, the purpose of the underground news media, and the problem with "white Amerika," including interesting graphics, and several well-executed comic strips, one detailing the overthrow of Harry offices. Issued without any bibliographic information. Not found in OCLC. Tabloid (43.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; pp; illus. Faint horizontal fold smoothed-out at center, else Fine.