Formed in 1960, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) gradually gained followers with its emphasis on moral values, authenticity, and participatory democracy. With the escalation of the Vietnam War, membership began to increase dramatically. By 1966, the organization boasted some 15,000 members. In this letter, Clark Kissinger (b. 1940) of SDS’s national office asks Jules Feiffer (b. 1929) to help publicize the group further by drawing a Superman-like “New Left Man.” Feiffer, expressing an aversion to “camp,” declined the request.