Coming together are two great games, both of which were banned in the 1980s and 90s: Public Assistance-Why Bother Working for a Living? and Capital Punishment. Public Assistance was originally released in 1980 by Hammerhead Enterprises, Inc., whereas this dual-game edition was manufactured in 1994.
The components for this vintage game are complete and in excellent condition. Purchased from the original owner in an estate sale, this set has, according to the seller, "only been played two or three times."
Though clearly not politically correct when first released or even today, this combined set of two very rare, banned board games that focus on the sociological problems and psychological angst of the past 30 years would make a very nice addition to any game collection. It would also serve as a great conversation piece for those individuals interested in contemporary social issues.