Stay where you are

Don't do anything

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Fifth Estate # 302, June 1, 1980

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Poster shows a distorted, grainy TV image of a newscaster, probably Edward R. Murrow. Text below image is rendered on this article page.Whatever happens, don’t do anything until you hear from the authorities; your safety cannot be guaranteed if you take it upon yourself to act.

Stay in your homes, cars or shopping centers. If you stay at home, watch television or listen to loud music. During the day, remember that there is no safer place for you than on the job. If you are too young to work, go to school. For your own good, do as you are told.

The authorities remind you: The streets of your community are not safe, so if you must leave your home, to seek entertainment or diversion, drive, do not walk, to your destination. If you find yourself unexpectedly on the street on foot, speak to no one.

Remember that the maintenance of order rests solely upon your willingness to follow instructions.

—from Modern Citizen magazine

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