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Berkeley, CA: Southeast Asia Resource Center, 1979. 28p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, thoroughly illustrated with B&W photos. Wraps worn, address label on rear wrap, rear wrap stained else good condition. Special joint issue with Pacific Research. Includes articles on women working at electronics assembly plants and Manila brothels.
West Midlands, UK: Joint Forum of Combine Committees, 1982. 60p., 6x8 inch stapled wraps, introduction, checklist, further reading, appendixes. A guide for shop stewards in Tory England to address the problem of increasing redundancy due to the introduction of new technologies replacing workers.
London: Penguin Books, 1977. Paperback. 320p., paperstock toning otherwise a very good first edition mass-market paperback in pictorial wraps. General headings from Table of Contents: "Lessons from Northern Ireland; The British Road to the Strong State; The Strong Arm of the Strong State (counter-insurgency; low-intensity ops); The Technology.
Modena: Stem Mucchi Modena, 1976 - 1977. Paperback. Three substantial volumes [209, 263, 247p.], heavily illustrated with b&w period photography from every theatre of the war and from every combattant country, very unusual stuff especially the aviation volumes (II and III, and portions of v.I) where one sees a great...
Ulaanbaatar: Gegeerliin Iamny khevlel, 1960. 13p., 7.5x10.25 inches, colorfully illustrated children's book in wraps; mild wear, spine ends splitting, generally very good. Mongolian-language tale, translated from the Russian, of a robotic boy (the cover somewhat reminiscent of a high-tech Pincchio and his creator). Not found in OCLC.
Seattle: Partisan Press, 1980. Paperback. 125p., the last twenty pages of which are an "annotated bibliography" of similarly useful books, preface, introduction, conclusion, illustrations, first English-language edition, a trade paperback in pictorial wraps; perfectbound and thus subject to breaking apart when fully opened (we have had other copies), this copy...