This special issue of the Philippine Free Press, dated September 4, 1971, contains an in-depth treatment, including color photographs, of the bombing at Plaza Miranda, during a political rally in Manila, which occurred on August 21, 1971. The bombing caused nine deaths and injured 95 others, including many prominent Liberal Party politicians, considered as President Marcos’s strongest opposition party. This bombing became one of the main reasons for the declaration of Martial Law used by President Marcos himself to remain in power.