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Brussels: International Association of Democratic Lawyers, 1968. 98p., text reproduced from typescript rectos only, 11x8.5 inch copyshop-style binding with binder's-tape spine and makeshift spine titling (typed, under aging clearish tape). Mild edgewear, clean and sound, a very good copy.
Barcelona: Colectivo Antitortura, 1979. 12.25x15.25 inches, single sheet, printed both sides, some yellowing along a horizontal fold. Text in Spanish. OCLC lists two holdings in Barcelona. Single issue of the anti-torture publication, with discussion of the torture of local activists.
[Brazil]: CBS; CLAMOR (Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in the Southern Cone), n.d. Two posters, the larger one 15.75x22.5 inches, the smaller one with horizontal creases, demanding the whereabouts of the disappeared in Argentina's Dirty War, including small children. The smaller poster announces an event organized by Jaime.....
New York: Tomorrow Publishers, 1935. Pamphlet. 30p., wraps with a trace of fading else very good condition in the original Publisher's band around the pampletô intact, 5.5x7.5 inches. Describes torture in Yugoslav prisons. Much of the material in this pamphlet first appeared in the September 1933 issue of "New Masses".....
Boston: Nichols and Noyes, 1869. Hardcover. 156p., hardbound first edition in 7.5x4.5 inch green cloth boards with cover- and spine-titling gilt; ex libris "Friends Meeting Library, Berkeley," conspicuous exterior numerals and pocket within, edgewear &c, a better than "reading" copy but not by much. Author accuses the accusers.
Santa Cruz, CA: Sentinel Pub. Co., 1910. 99p., index and extra photo, plates as called for, first edition 7.5x5.5 inch staplebound textblock under decorated grey wraps. A little edgeworn, with a snag and half-inch chip at the tail and a tiny chip at the head, a very good specimen of.....
Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2008. xvi, 159 pages, very good softcover; inscribed by the author. "Set against the dogmas of state regimes that torture, against the misapplications of technology to the destruction of human subjectivities, and against the use of spiritual traditions to suppress human poesis, this book.....
Nottingham, England: the society, 1974. 52p., staplebound 8x6 inch cardstock wraps, cover decorated with a photo of riot police, a cannister of CS (overprinted in red, suitable for framing) on the back. Slight signs of crimping and handling, paper has turned a fraction brown. B S S R S paper.....
La Habana: Editorial en Marcha, ano de la planificacion, 1962. 51p., staplebound 8.2x6 inch wraps, cover detached from staple and split down the foldline. Text is complete; front cover titling and graphic edgeworn, detatched along spine, plain back cover is ragged and grossly defective.
n.p. the Committees, 1984. Approximately 17x24 inch poster depicting a shackled prisoner held standing between arrays of crude spikes. Black and white design, mildly uneven toning, minor closed edge tears. Calls for the repeal of the emergency decree, blamed for providing cover for torture of dissident prisoners.
London: Lincolns-Prager, Publishers Ltd, 1959. 570p., first edition of the English-language issue in red cloth boards gilt and dust jacket. Cloth is mildly silverfished, front hinge cracked but holding well enough, jacket is rubbed and chipped; clean and unmarked, a good copy. Author was imprisoned in the '30s for anti-government.....