The security guard doesn't find it at all unusual that Barney, an anti-Rojek protestor, has a pro-Rojek book. Admittedly, he doesn't know why Barney has been arrested, but he has to figure that they wouldn't be locking up someone who is pro-Rojek.
Rojek: Look at them. Boys and girls, that's all they are. Yet as dangerous as dynamite.
Willy: (posing as a guard, dropping Barney at jail) Ah, Premier Rojek's Theory of the Agrarian Revolution. He may keep it.
Security Guard: Yes, sir.
Willy: I would suggest you read the chapter on the self-discipline of the revolution cadre.
Barney: I'll do that.
Security Guard: They sent you some food.
Barney: Man, get that slop out of here. I don't even want to look at it.
Security Guard: Today's youth. My wife is right. You're all mad.
Lynn Kellogg performs Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'."