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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966. Hardcover. 223p., very good first edition, ownership signature on fep, lightly edgeworn unclipped dj. Not in Young. Two couples in a hilltop apartment overlooking a Central American capitol. A seemingly casual and pleasanmt encounter rooted in viciousness and horror.
Tijuana: El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, et. al. 2007. Paperback. 483p., volume two only, text in Spanish, illustrated with tables and figures, one of 1,000 copies, very good first edition trade paperback in green pictorial wraps. With much on Mexican migration to Los Angeles, New York City, Detroit, and.....
Berkeley: CO-Press at Red Star Black Rose, [1986-?]. Four-panel brochure, cover art depicting a guerrilla, with a poem by the Nicaraguan political prisoner who was killed in 1960. Back panel announces the publication of "A dream made of stars," an anthology of Nicaraguan poetry from which this poem was selected.....
Oakland: CAUSE, . Three-panel 8.5x11 inch folded brochure/pamphlet, several articles including the Nicaraguan "Threat" photos, political cartoon, and two pieces laid-in, 1: press release from Labor Network on Central America announcing a breakfast talk with Edgardo Garcia of the ATC, and 2: a sheet of pre-printed postcards to mail to.....
Washington DC: The Christic Institue, 1987-1991. 12p. to 24p., 8.5x11 inches, saddle-stitched newsletters, illus., includes additional flyer, and issue 2 of Christic Institute Issues Brief (8p.). Includes: Spring '87, Summer '89, Fall & Spring '90, and Winter '91. Newsletters of the ill-fated Christic Institute which pursued lawsuits over Iran/contra and.....
Managua: CNPPDH, 1985-86. Five issues of the newsletter, each with three holes punched at left, resulting in minor internal loss of text (usually a couple of letters per page). Issues present are nos. 3-7. The CNPPDH was the Sandinista-backed human rights watchdog, which focused on abuses by the Contras and.....
Managua: CNPPDH, 1985-86. Four issues of the newsletter, each with three holes punched at left, resulting in minor internal loss of text (usually a couple of letters per page). Issues present are nos. 3, 5-7. The CNPPDH was the Sandinista-backed human rights watchdog, which focused on abuses by the Contras.....
n.p. the Committees, 1984. Approximately 17x24 inch poster depicting a shackled prisoner held standing between arrays of crude spikes. Black and white design, mildly uneven toning, minor closed edge tears. Calls for the repeal of the emergency decree, blamed for providing cover for torture of dissident prisoners.
[Portland, OR]: the Committee, 1984. 50p., 8.5x11 inches, red wraps; bottom of front cover sun-faded. "We have assembled this compilation of documents to counter the one-sided presentation on the status and goals of the Miskitu Indians in Central America that appears in the 'official' CONAS newsletter..." Pro-Sandinista perspectives.