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Lexington MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993. Magazine. 227p., printed on coated paperstock with profuse color and b&w diagrammatic and photographic illustrations, charts with spot-color highlights, mathematical formulae in the text. Softbound magazine, 11x8.5 inches, entirely sound and clean, a near-fine copy. Radar interpretation, mostly air to ground. No mention.....
Seattle: Partisan Press, 1980. 125p., the last twenty pages of which are an "annotated bibliography" of similarly useful books. Trade paperback, first English-language edition, wraps faintly edgeworn with a little tear at base of spine.. HOWEVER --nota bene-- textblock was sloppily "perfectbound" and is now completely detached from wrapper, block.....
Albany: State University of New York Press. xii, 318pp., illustrations, wraps slightly shelf worn else very good condition. This book examines the harassment of the Johns Hopkins University sinologist Owen Lattimore during the height of the Cold War on campus. It moves from detailing the specifics of Lattimore’s case to.....
Chicago: Imprint Publications, 2005. Paperback. xiii, 235p., professionally-printed softbound, 9x6 inch glossy wraps. Unmarked, undamaged, an as-new copy. Ten essays, including one by Khrushchev's son Sergei, Qiang Zhai on PRC/US relations during Ike's presidencies, Clayton Laurie on Ike and the CIA, R. Cargill Hall on the U2 flights.
Berkeley: The Daily Battle, 1985. 12p, 8.5x11 inches, creased from being folded in half, very mild discoloration and wear, rear wrap lightly foxed else good condition. This irregular free publication, now a website, began as a voice of "West-bloc dissidents" and was distributed "free in laundromats or a public hangout.....
Washington, D. C: GPO, 1976. iv, 260p., includes about 100p. of documents in facsimile (many of these legible!), plain printed green Senate wraps, spine panel mildly sunned, a nice fresh copy. Witnesses include Richard Helms and John Mitchell. Senate resolution 21, ninety-fourth congress first session.