[Washington, DC: National Campaign to Impeach Nixon, n.d. but 1973]. Recruiting poster produced by the National Campaign to Impeach Nixon, an organization co-founded by Ted Glick in October, 1973, in response to President Nixon's Saturday Night Massacre. A parody of the "I Want YOU" poster, here featuring a rather haggard and dishevelled-looking Uncle Sam. The group was active until Nixon's resignation in August, 1973. Scarce; not found in OCLC, though we note an example held at American University. Original illustrated poster, offset printed in green on white stock, measuring 18cm x 43cm (11" x 17"). Two old folds smoothed out, light wear and handling, with several short tears to the margins and a few corner creases; rubber-stamp of issuing body at lower margin; Very Good+.