The Story: "A Tale of Two Satellites!" by Steve Englehart, Dick Dillin, and Frank McLaughlin. We open with Superman and Wonder Woman having argument about her recent, er, abrasive behavior.
It doesn't go well, and Wonder Woman storms out, quitting the JLA as she leaves!
As she arrives on Earth, she runs into Poison Ivy and Scarecrow and as she tries to stop them, she is interrupted by another would-be superhero, former Manhunter Mark Shaw now known as The Privateer!
Meanwhile WW's outburst has caused ripples of dissension in the JLA, with Green Arrow, Black Canary, Flash, and GL storming out, with Aquaman, Atom, and Elongated Man leaving to spend time with their wives. This leaves Superman and Batman to ponder...what's happening with the Justice League?
The Privateer and Wonder Woman go to dinner(!), and when he makes a gentle comment about Diana seeming a little out of it, her response is a tad disproportionate:
...you can't take her anywhere!
As Wonder Woman takes off, she is zapped by some sort of mental blast, and then someone else takes control of her, taking her to...the Injustice Gang satellite!
Poison Ivy and Scarecrow are shocked to see her, naturally, and then the real fiend behind all this reveals himself. Its...The Construct!
While members of the IG attack various JLAers, Wonder Woman shows up at the JLA satellite and that's when the big beat down begins. She manages to subdue Supes by use of her Magic Lasso, but Superman can see that the mental stress she's under is slowly killing her.
WW calls them all to the satellite, but Green Arrow smells a trap, so instead they go to the IG's satellite, and kick some more butt, destroying the satellite in the process. But when they're asked who put them up to all this, none of them can remember!
Meanwhile, Wonder Woman, no longer under The Construct's control, hugs her dear friend Superman.
Roll Call: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Atom, Hawkman, Black Canary, Elongated Man
Notable Moments: Hawkgirl guest-stars in this issue, a preview of things to come!
Once again, when given a cover to draw that pits hero against hero, your average comic book artist (Dick Dillin, in this case) simply cannot resist drawing other heroes cheering one side or the other, even though, again, nothing like that happens in the story.