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Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist and Hate Groups
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Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist and Hate Groups

By Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives

Washington: GPO, 1954. vi, 32p., staplebound booklet, very good. Examines the pro-Hitler National Rennaissance Party, with images of some of its leaflets, as well as Conde McGinley's newspaper Common Sense.

$35.00


State Department information program, Voice of America: Hearings before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, first session, pursuant to S. Res. 40, a resolution authorizing the Committee on Government Operations to employ temporary additional personnel and increasing the limit of expenditures. [9 volumes, missing the index volume]
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State Department information program, Voice of America: Hearings before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, first session, pursuant to S. Res. 40, a resolution authorizing the Committee on Government Operations to employ temporary additional personnel and increasing the limit of expenditures. [9 volumes, missing the index volume]

Washington: GPO, 1953. Parts 1 through 9, all in staplebound wraps, generally very good, missing the final index volume. Transcripts of hearings on VOA, before the subcommittee headed by Joe McCarthy. Testimony discusses efforts to expand VOA around the world to combat communist influence, and some of the difficulties encountered.

$75.00

Intelligence activities, Senate resolution 21; hearings before the Select committee to study governmental operations with respect to intelligence activites. Volume 1, unauthorized storage of toxic agents, September 16, 17, and 18, 1975. Printed for the use of the Select committee.
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Intelligence activities, Senate resolution 21; hearings before the Select committee to study governmental operations with respect to intelligence activites. Volume 1, unauthorized storage of toxic agents, September 16, 17, and 18, 1975. Printed for the use of the Select committee.

By United States. Senate, ninety-fourth congress first session

Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1975. iv, 245p., illustrated with documents in facsimile, first issue green Senate wraps, 9 x 5.75 inches, spine panel is faintly sunned. A nice fresh copy. This was the lead-in effort by the Church committed to FIND THINGS OUT. He and some others of the committee (and some of their staff) pushed hard enough to telegraph to the CIA that it was going to have to pony up topics more important than stockpiles of poison.. Find here testimony and prepared statements of William Colby, Richard Helms, E. Schantz (Univ Wisc. / DoD), C. Senseney (DoD, Special Ops at Fort Detrick), R. Andrews (advisor to Defense lawyers), find also mention of Karamessines, MKNAOMI, Gottlieb, contamination of the NY subways, US Army aerosols, &c... But the BIG topic is SHELLFISH TOXIN, storage of which by CIA was illegal. This poison was the "safest" topic to discuss and therefore the only biological agent or program to be discussed at length. Other volumes in the series (five vols "Hearings," six or seven "Supplementary" vols) broach the murders and the broader distortions.

$50.00

The communist conspiracy: strategy and tactics of world communism. Part 1, Communism outside the United States. Section D: Communist activities around the world
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The communist conspiracy: strategy and tactics of world communism. Part 1, Communism outside the United States. Section D: Communist activities around the world

By Committee on Un-American Activities

Washington DC: GPO, 1956. Single volume from the series, x, 553p., very good in wraps. Includes much transcription from original texts, many of them published in CPUSA sources, presented as evidence of the threat posed by red subterfuge.

$12.00

The communist conspiracy: strategy and tactics of world communism. Part 1, Communism outside the United States. Section E: The Comintern and the CPUSA
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The communist conspiracy: strategy and tactics of world communism. Part 1, Communism outside the United States. Section E: The Comintern and the CPUSA

By Committee on Un-American Activities

Washington DC: GPO, 1956. One volume only of the series, focusing on the CPUSA. 343p., very good in wraps.

$17.00

Survey of the Alliance for Progress: Colombia, a case history of U.S. aid.  A study prepared at the request of the Subcommittee on American Republics Affairs, by the staff of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, together with a report of the Comptroller General
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The communist conspiracy: strategy and tactics of world communism. Part 1, Communism outside the United States. Section C: The world congresses of the Communist International
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The communist conspiracy: strategy and tactics of world communism. Part 1, Communism outside the United States. Section C: The world congresses of the Communist International

By Committee on Un-American Activities

Washington DC: GPO, 1956. One volume only of the series, 372p., wraps lightly shelfworn.

$15.00

Hearings on attempts at Subversion and Espionage by Diplomatic Personnel. Hearings before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, second session. May 10 and 11, 1956
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Hearings on attempts at Subversion and Espionage by Diplomatic Personnel. Hearings before the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, second session. May 10 and 11, 1956

By United States House of Representatives. Committee on Un-American Activities

Washington: GPO, 1956. vi, 5817-5875p., wraps, very good. Testimony by Sidney Hatkin, Courtney Owens, Richard Cutter and Robert Davis about attempts by Soviets to get help in espionage.

$15.00

Wages in a national emergency: the why and how of wage stabilization
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Wages in a national emergency: the why and how of wage stabilization

By Wage Stabilization Board

Washington DC: GPO, 1952. Pamphlet. 16p., very good in wraps.

$12.00

Technology on the farm A special report by an Interbureau Committee and the Bureau of Agricultural Economics of the United States Department of Agriculture
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Technology on the farm A special report by an Interbureau Committee and the Bureau of Agricultural Economics of the United States Department of Agriculture

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1940. 224p., 8x10.5 inches, wraps, B&W photos throughout and a few maps, pencil marginalia on a few pages, light browning on front wrap, else very good.

$20.00

American Guild of Variety Artists: report of the permanent subcommittee on investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate
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American Guild of Variety Artists: report of the permanent subcommittee on investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate

By United States Congress

Washington: G.P.O., 1963. 62p., 6x9 inches, introduction, misconduct, collusion, fraud etc. in AGVA, underlining and bracketing in pink marker, stain on bottom corners, stapled printed green wraps. Printed name of Ann Terr d'Andre on inside cover, underlining likely hers. 88th Congress 1st session, Senate, report no. 310, June 25, 1963. Ann Terry d'Andre was a singer and protege of John Hammond and a singer with the Benny Goodman band. She moved to San Francisco and married William Thornton, a Merchant Marine Officer. The best man was Harry Bridges. She was very active in the American Guild of Variety Artists (AGVA), rising to Western Regional Representative of the union. Interest in possible fraud on the part of AGVA and employers arose due to reports centered on variety act which included stripped and exotic dancers. Not surprising this would catch the attention of the old goats on the Hill!

$35.00


Fair Play for Cuba Committee, hearings before the Subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws. Part 4 / June 12, 13, 1961
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Fair Play for Cuba Committee, hearings before the Subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws. Part 4 / June 12, 13, 1961

By United States. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary

Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1961. iii, pp.321-428, plain printed white self-wraps with exposed staples as issued, very good copy. Testimonies (mostly hostile) of Herman Kirsch, Max Lawrence Levey, Tad Tekla, Jean and Richard Tussey and John Ungvary.

$30.00

Private foundations; hearings before the subcommittee on foundations, October 1 and 2, 1973
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Private foundations; hearings before the subcommittee on foundations, October 1 and 2, 1973

By United States. Committee on Finance

Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1973. iv, 283p., plain printed self-wraps with exposed staples as issued, mild signs of handling.

$12.00

Scambi culturali, non missili; discorso pronunziato al Senato della Repubblica nella seduta del 16 aprile 1959
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Scambi culturali, non missili; discorso pronunziato al Senato della Repubblica nella seduta del 16 aprile 1959

By Donini, Ambrogio, senatore della repubblica

Roma: Tipografia del Senato, 1959. 31p., plain printed 8.2x5.6 inch wraps, staplebound, paperstock slightly toned, mild crimping along spinefold; a good copy, which is inscribed in English and signed as "Ambrosio" and datelined year of publication.

$15.00

Supplement to the cumulative index to publications of the Committee on Un-American Activities; 1955-1968
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Supplement to the cumulative index to publications of the Committee on Un-American Activities; 1955-1968

By Committee on Internal Security, US House of Representatives

Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970. 994p, wraps, index of hearings, organizations, and individuals.

$15.00


Interlocking subversion in government departments: \
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Interlocking subversion in government departments: "Army Information and Education." Hearings before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, Second Session, PART 20

By United States. House of Representatives. Committee on the Judiciary

Washington: GPO, 1954. iii, pp. 1461-1651, wraps. Testimony by both friendly and hostile witnesses about Communist activities within the US armed forces.

$12.00

Dr. Kissinger\'s role in wiretapping. Hearings before the Committee on foreign relations.. on role of Dr. Henry A. Kissinger in the wiretapping of certain government officials and newsmen. Executive hearings held [various dates, later declassified and made public]
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$50.00

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