Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, ca. 1967. Wraps. 9 p. 
Root attacks liberals for demanding the "licence to turn sex into exhibitionism" and psychologists for regarding sex to be "as material, as blind, as meaningless as the flung pseudopodia of an amoeba with a libido." Root as a youth was a radical poet and ardent defender of Sacco & Vanzetti before metamorphosing into a John Birch Society propagandist and the author of "Collectivism on the Campus" and "Brainwashing in the High Schools"