Medical experimentation on humans
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London: Victor Gollancz, 1989. 248p., signed by author, wraps with minor shelf wear, paper slightly browned. Biberman was a left activist in San Francisco. Pocket book format. Genetic engineering provides the theme for this lively tale of the San Francisco of the 1980s, set at General Hospital.
Washington DC: Army Materiel Command, Department of Army, 1969. 31p., page one shows facsimile signatures of the committee, text reproduced from typewritten manuscript. Softbound (stapled) under a printed cover leaf, 10.5x8 inches. A little edgeworn with a bump to heel and turned corner-tips, mild external dust-soil, rusted staples; clean within.....
Bethesda: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service / National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Mental Health, 1963. x, 212p., first collected edition bound in open-weave black cloth with cover label gilt on a red field. Spine is unlettered. Boards are lightly damp-stained and end-sheets.....
London: Pluto Press, 1989. 120p., publisher's ads, first issue trade-size paperbound. Paperstock browned perceptibly, mildest edgewear. "Documents released under the American Freedom of Information Act, show how widespread was the use of individuals in Britain as unsuspecting subjects for Chemical and Biological Warfare experiments, and how systematic was the use.....