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New York: Political Rights Defense Fund, [1974?]. 39p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches. On the Socialist Workers Party's suit against government spying. Introduction endorsed by Louis A. Antal, Daniel Berrigan, Philip Berrigan, Ramsey Clark, Daniel Ellsberg, John Leonard, Eugene McCarthy, Arthur Miller, Charles Rangel, Benjamin Spock, and Gloria Steinem.
San Francisco: Political Rights Defense Fund, . Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed one side, with il;lustration of FBI and CIA roaches eating the Constitution. Invitation to an event featuring speakers from the SWP and others supportive of the SWP's lawsuit against the FBI, CIA and INS.
Budapest: The Hungarian State Publishing House, 1950. Paperback. 309p., a few inserted plates (fuzzy courtroom pix), paperstock is uniformly browned and tending towards the fragile, wraps with tears at spine ends. Materials "from the office of the state prosecutor in Budapest." Title reflects a presumed English-speaking audience-interest as regards this.....
San Juan, Puerto Rico: PENCLUB de Puerto Rico, 1985. Paperback. 93p.+index. 9 x 5 3/4 inches in wraps. Wear to edges and along spine creases. Some general rubbing/soiling and a small stain on pp.39/40. Gift inscrioption to top of half title page. The author, a journalist, poet and former president.....
Washington, DC: GPO, 1993. 348p., plus unpaginated appendices including facsimiles of many original documents. 8.5x11 inches. Some minor pen notations. On the FBI's response to the Waco Branch Davidians. Cover title: Report to the Deputy Attorney General on the events at Waco, Texas./ October 8, 1993/ Redacted version.
New York: National Lawyers Guild New York City Chapter, 2003. Paperback. 57p., softbound, first edition trade paperback in red wraps. One corner bears a shallow bump, an otherwise sound clean copy. A panel at NYU Law School, 5/19/03, with presentations by Jane Franklin, John Gerassi, Joel Kovel and Len Weinglass.....
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1951. vii, 227p., later printing. "The story of a special agent of the Department of Justice," immigrant from Russia and newspaperman in Chicago, "who for 30 years specialized in uncovering subversive activities. He tells of his work in the deportation cases of 1919 and 1920.....
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1951. vii, 227p., third printing, edge worn and slightly chipped dj. "The story of a special agent of the Department of Justice," immigrant from Russia and newspaperman in Chicago, "who for 30 years specialized in uncovering subversive activities. He tells of his work in the.....
Washington DC: GPO, 1998. 208p., a few illustrations (documents in reduced facsimile; a pie-chart), softbound in 11x8.5 inch plain printed lavender-grey wraps. The true first, not a reprint. A couple of corner-tips show minuscule edgewear, else entirely fresh and sound and free of any ownership or institutional markings.
Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Central Jail, 1978. Seven page press release [plus one canceled page], 8.5x11 inches stapled in the upper left hand corner, first printing. slightly creased. Van Lydegraf was in Jail for conspiracy to possess explosives, with the real issue his relationship with the Weather Underground and.....