London: Pluto Press, 1989. 120p., publisher's ads, first issue trade-size paperbound. Paperstock browned perceptibly, mildest edgewear.
"Documents released under the American Freedom of Information Act, show how widespread was the use of individuals in Britain as unsuspecting subjects for Chemical and Biological Warfare experiments, and how systematic was the use of the Official Secrets Act to precent knowledge of these experiments from ever getting out. Rage Against the Dying reveals as much as is known about CBW in Britain. It follows the stories of some of the victims. It draws out the simple terrifying facts hidden by the experts' jargon"