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Arlington, VA: the Consortium, 1995. Twenty-nine issues of the staplebound 8.5x11 inch newsletter, very good, many with mailing label and stamp on rear cover. Issues present are vol. 1 nos. 1-10, 13, 20-23, 26; Vol. 2 nos. 1-9, 17, 18, 21 and 23. Describes itself as "The Web's first investigative.....
Warsaw: Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Polish People's Republic, 1953. xii, 245p., appended facsimile documents on inserted coated plates (one showing parachutes "given by American intelligence to its spies and saboteurs"), errata slip laid down on the inside back cover. Wraps, black background with white lettering, a nice-looking book.....
La Habana: Editorial José Martí, 2004. Paperback. 192p., snapshot photos scattered throughout, text entirely in Spanish. Softbound first edition paperback original in 7.5x4.5 inch trade wraps; slight edgewear, a very good copy. The Cuban Five. Alice Walker's introduction (no translator credited) runs to eight pages; she compares their incarceration to.....
[Taiwan]: Republic of China, no date, 1960s. 10p. four in English, six in Chinese characters with an "explantory" [sic] prefatory page and four-page title catalog in English, 10x7 inch plain printed wraps, staplebound; a very good copy. Text without facsimiles of documents seized from mainland troops by a "Sea Leopard.....
London: Inside Story, 1972-73. Nearly complete run of issues 1-13 of the iconoclastic magazine, missing no. 8 and the January 1974 supplement. Very good, staplebound pictorial wraps. Early issues have wonderful pictorial covers; later issues show the effects of budgetary limitations with less elaborate production quality. Includes much on events.....
Washington, D. C: GPO, 1958. vi, 1835-1899, ii [text in toto about 64p.], staplebound plain printed self-wraps, printed errata slip laid in. The GPO was saving money when they fastened this single gathering, a single staple only was used and the wrapper leaf has begun to pull away. Otherwise, some.....
Washington, D. C. Center for National Security Studies, 1976. 12p., staplebound 11x8.5 inch self-wraps, chart and a couple of political cartoons, mildest signs of either handling or age. The Center was staffed by center-left persons like Robert Borosage, Morton Halperin and John Marks.
San Francisco: Media Alliance, 1988-1992. Four issues of the staplebound journal, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Covers "both disinformation campaigns and advertising campaigns, both intelligence agencies and public relations agencies." Contributors include James Zogby, Noam Chomsky, Helen Caldicott, and many others.
San Francisco: Media Alliance, 1988. Two issues of the staplebound journal, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Covers "both disinformation campaigns and advertising campaigns, both intelligence agencies and public relations agencies." Contributors include James Zogby, Noam Chomsky, and many others.
Ft. Riley KS: Army General School, 1952. Pamphlet. 32p., visuals include b&w photography, line drawings, cartoons and bold typography; softbound, a pamphlet in 9x6 inch stapled wraps. Cover is a bit toned, text-paper is alkaline and bright-white, unmarked and clean, a sound very good copy. From p.2: "This pamphlet explains.....
Washington DC: GPO, 1960. Pamphlet. 39p., includes index, very good in wraps. Hearing on Sept. 21, 1960 taking the testimony of Theodor Hans who had "been in security work overseas for the U.S. Government from 1945 until 1959, December." Real life "Spy vs Spy" accounts from West Germany.