Most people aren't used to hearing protest songs with lines like
"If living were a thing that money could buy,
You know the rich would live
And the poor would die"
from the Cookies. They're best known for their definitive Brill Building pop-girl group hits like "Don't Say Nothing Bad About My Baby" and "Chains" (which is more of a veiled message song).
This record was actually their first after two years without a label. It's the B-side to a soft psych-soul production of a song "Wounded" and was produced by the singing group The Tokens (best known for their huge hit "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"). It turns out the world wasn't interested in this edgier version of the Cookies and this ended up being their last single. It's a great way to go out though and I think you'll find it still very relevant 47 years later.