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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.....
Cleveland: Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, no date, early 1970s. 14p., 5.5x8.5 inches, text keyboard-set and photographically reproduced, an else quite professional production, in stapled printed grey wraps. Staples have begun to rust, still a very good copy. Case histories compiled from prison letters, interviews and statistics. From p.2.....
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, folded in half, very mild discoloration and wear. 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 near you." This issue features post-1984 art and the idea.....
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.