Washington D. C. Repression Information Project, 1978. 56p., 7x9 inches, saddle-stitched, paper slightly browned, foxed on edges, else very good.
A special edition focussed on recent Freedom of Information Act releases. Includes article by editor Kahn and Sheila O'Donnell on LEIU, LEAA and IOCI police intelligence systems (8p.), Mark Ryter on COINTELPRO (11p., sidebar lists twenty tactical ploys starting with ridicule and planted squibs), Tim Butz on surveillance of the anti-nuke movement (8p.), and William Steiner, 6p. how "anti-terror" activities are becoming bureaucratized. Not to be missed is the full-page ad for "Stoned zombies for LaRouche" t-shirts.