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Washington: GPO, 1957. Fourteen booklets from the lengthy series; present here are parts 50-54, 56, 58-62, 64-66. The longest is 89 pages, most much shorter. Each part contains the testimony of one or more witnesses on the topic of Soviet influence in the US. Witnesses include some friendly and some.....
washington DC: GPO, 1963. 3 part series, complete run. ii-iii, 1-268, i-iv, Wraps, some writing in pencil on page iv of part 3, shelf worn, else in good condition. Pacifica Foundation is an American non-profit organization which owns five independently operated, non-commercial, listener-supported radio stations known for their progressive/liberal political.....
Washington, D. C. GPO, 1953. xviii, 348p., plain printed selfwraps with exposed staples as issued, title page / cover sheet is chipped, nonetheless a presentable copy. On the stand to be interrogated are Milton and Minna Abernethy of Chapel Hill, Elizabeth Aiken Zelitan, Paul Crouch, Matthew Cvetic, Natan Einhorn, Irving.....
Washington, D. C. GPO, 1961. Four volumes, 428 pages total, staplebound booklet format; last volume has cinkled corner to last few pages, otherwise very good, minor toning. Last volume includes index. Testimonies (mostly hostile) of Richard Gibson, Edward Shaw, Herman Kirsch, Max Lawrence Levey, Tad Tekla, and others.
Washington: GPO, 1954. Five volumes but missing volume 2, all in wraps, iii, 1-75, 159-321p. Light edgewear and shelfwear. Testimony by various military and diplomatic officials, former communists and others on the red menace in different parts of the world, with particular emphasis on the USSR and China. Some testimony.....
Washington: GPO, 1955. volumes 1-8, ii,1-1300 pp., some parts shelf worn else good condition. Harvey Matusow was an American Communist who became an informer for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and was paid to be a witness for a variety of anti-subversion bodies, including the House Un-American Activities Committee, before.....
Washington: GPO, 1952-55. Fourteen booklets, the first one a substantial 412p., slightly worn wraps, the remainder slender staplebound pamphlet format; generally very good. Testimony by and about teachers (in public schools and universities) suspected of Communist Party activities or sympathies.
Washington: GPO, 1953. Part 2 only, p. 413-509, wraps, some soiling, pink pen notes by an angry reader ("Insolence!" written next to testimony of a suspected red teacher). Summary of findings about teachers (in public schools and universities) suspected of Communist Party activities; names and institutions are detailed.