Atomic energy, Nuclear energy, reactors
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New York: Fusion Energy Foundation, 1980. Single issue of the magazine published by the Lyndon LaRouche front group, 79p., wraps worn and soiled, interior pages toned, small dampstain extending from pages 1 to 24, else good condition. The Foundation was led by LaRouche folks but had actual scientists among its.....
Berkeley, CA: Livermore Action Group, . 104p., wraps slightly edge worn, paper slightly browned, illus., 8.5x11 inches. Includes overview of the whys and wherefors of the anti-nuclear movement, specific guidelines for planning and carrying out nonviolent protest, and articles on themes such as racism and homophopia by various authors.
Chicago: Workers Press, . Pamphlet. [7p.], wraps, paper browned, small hole in margin of cover from sticker removal, some creasing, 6.25x9 inches. "Most of the material in this pamphlet originally appeared in the People's Tribune, the political newspaper of the Communist Labor Party."
Mexico City: Ediciones El Caballito, S.A., 1987. Paperback. 286p., illustrated with tables, stats and a few diagrams, softbound in 8x5 inch wraps. Mild external handling wear, text within is somewhat toned (paperstock acidic though not fragile), a good sound copy. A nuclear reactor siting was proposed for the Veracruz area;.....
Ottawa: Edmond Clotier for Canada Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, 1953. Paperback. v, 167p., 4.5x6.5 inches, preface, tables, appendixes, illustrations including a folding color map at rear, 4p. supplement laid-in, very good pocket-size paperback in red cloth over stiff wraps.
Milwaukie, WI: RWH, . 8.5x11 inch sheet dittoed both sides, somewhat smeary print job but otherwise very good. Discusses the Marxist-Leninist group's decision to work with the Black Hills Alliance rather than the Mobilization for Survival because it has been more of a "left pole in the anti-nuke movement." Outlines.....
Nottingham: Spokesman at the Russell Press, 1977. Paperback. 73p., 4.75x7.25 inches, illustrated with figures and maps, very good first paperback edition in slim, pictorial wraps. Two essays on the dangers of nuclear power, the Soviet essay speaking of the radioactive wasteland between two Ural cities, Cheliabinsk and Sverdlovsk.
Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1984. Pamphlet. 96p., 6.5 x 4.25 wraps. A little handled and edgeworn. "The republican administration under president Reagan ..ever more often resorts to armed intervention, terrorism, covert subversive operations, crude interference in the affairs of other counties.."