Prague: International Organization of Journalists, 1976. 143p., white cloth boards (with sloppily-applied gilt titling) in glossy dj. Jacket is slightly rubbed, bears light pressure marks.
Soviet history of American media, starting with George Washington's views; always useful to hear what Sovs say about Yanks, howevermuch the magnifying glass could be reversed. This particular reprise (we've seen a number of such appraisals) was generated by the consecutive pentagon papers and Watergate scandals.