Mafia, Cosa Nostra, Organized crime
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New York: Random House, 1955. ix, 368p., archival and personal photos, hardbound, later printing: decorated clothbacked boards in a bright red dust jacket. Spine panel has a faint reader's crease, jacket has a little edgewear and spine is fractionally sunned, still pretty bright. A very good copy.
Merrick NY: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1976. An 11.5x9 inch folder with pockets containing fourteen standard leaves, cover sheet on 20# paper, the rest on light parti-colored cardstock. Cover leaf advances a dense mission statement, the others poems in English translated from Italian and Sicilian. The folder's rear cover prints a long.....
New York, National Committee, Communist Party USA, 1951. Single sheet folded to make 6-panel brochure, 4x7.5 inches, closed edge tear, otherwise very good. On the Senate committee hearings on racketeering led by McClellan; argues that the anti-mob crusade is being abused for anti-labor purposes.
Rome: PCI, 1982-1990. Eleven issues of the paperback journal, some with sun-faded spines, one issue has a faint saucer ring on the cover, otherwise generally very good. The foreign bulletin of the PCI. Issues present are; 1982:2; 1987: 3,4; 1988: 3; 1989: 1-4; 1990: 1-3. Includes reports on Party conferences.....
Chicago: Time Inc., 1959. Magazine. 120p., 10.5x14 inches, articles, photo-essays, reviews, interviews, fashion, ads, politics, worn magazine in stapled pictorial wraps with unfortunate hole-punches in spinefold for binding and light wear. Cover story on Verdon and Fosse's "Redhead" with glorious cover photo of the star strutting her stuff. Also the.....
New York: Summit Books, 1982. Hardcover. 362p., hardbound in clothbacked boards and dust jacket. Smallest signs of any handling or age, the dj has a half-inch closed tear, a clean, sound, very good copy. No illustrations and, worse, no index, a huge fault. For those pursuing Ramparts / Scanlan's stories.....