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.
New York, National Committee, Communist Party USA, 1951. Single sheet folded to make 6-panel brochure, 4x7.5 inches, closed edge tear. OCLC lists two holdings. On the Senate committee hearings on racketeering led by McClellan; argues that the anti-mob crusade is being abused for anti-labor purposes.
City of Industry: Therapy Productions, Inc., 1974. 132p., xvi [appended list of "Nixon's presidential pardons and commutations, are they all legitimate?"], profuse archival portrait photography, well-reproduced, coated paperstock throughout, first issue 11 x 8.5 inch wraps. Cover is creased, somewhat handled and edgeworn, good copy. The breaking of a president...
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...