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Watergate, Chester, Lewis/McCrystal,Cal/Aris, Stephan/Shawcross, William.
1 Chester, Lewis/McCrystal,Cal/Aris, Stephan/Shawcross, William. Watergate
U.S. Ballantine Books. #345-23530-4. Third Ballantine Books Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Cover Art: Grossman, Robert. 
September, 1973. $1.50 is the original price. 280 pages which includes Appendices and an Index. Light beige paper. Tight binding. Yellow on the edges. Contains: Many black and white photos.
Front Cover: Various handling marks and some edge wear.
Spine: Creasing and edge wear.
Back Cover: Handling marks.
Story: Watergate, but presented by English Journlists from The Sunday Times of London. It's always best to have a second opinion on Stories rather than relying only on the American Press for news. 004953 
Price: 6.00 USD
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Papa Doc, Diederich, Bernard  Burt, Al
2 Diederich, Bernard Burt, Al Papa Doc
Canada. Avon Books. #380-00216. First Avon Books Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 
       December, 1970. $1.25 is the original price. 350 pages plus a page of book advertising. Tight binding. Light beige paper. Red colour on the edges.
Front Cover: Three creases are at the bottom right corner (2", " and "). The 2" crease continues almost the entire width of the bottom of the Cover and there's a " x 1"piece of Cover surface missing at the top third at the right edge. A " creased corner's at the top right plus there are a few indents at the middle of the Cover. Some wear's at the bottom and right edge but mostly at the bottom.
Spine: Four creases from book opening and wear's at the edges. It's heavier at the bottom 2" and top 1" at the left and right edges.
Back Cover: A 1" crease's at the top left corner and there are two manufacturing lines along with a couple of light indents at the middle of the left edge,. Some light wear's at the bottom edge.
In General: The Title page has a 1" crease at the bottom right and pages seventy-five to ninety have corner creases and marks at the top right. Page 240 has an upward roll at the bottom of the page and page 337 has a " crease at the top right corner.
Story: The Authors call Duvalier a "Creature" which probably aptly describes how he ruled Haiti. He was a Black Magic JuJu man who was quite ruthless in putting down his opposition. Poor Haiti and other countries have had more than their share of problems from people such as these. It's so sad. 001577 
Price: 7.00 USD
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American Empire, a Debate, Layne, Christopher/Thayer, Bradley A.
3 Layne, Christopher/Thayer, Bradley A. American Empire, a Debate
U.S. Routledge Taylor. #415-95204-2. (?) First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Almost Mint. Cover Photo: Hoover, Giles. 
       153 pages with Suggested Reading and an Index. White paper. Tight binding. Contains: Various charts showing population, spending on armaments, and so on for some world countries. If U.S. foreign policy were better centered on justice for people instead of greedy self-interests then I would tend to be more on their side. But, so far, U.S. foreign policy has been only "All for me and a few crumbs for you" which isn't the best, especially as they don't really appear to know how to handle Foreign Policy but continue to make mistakes all over the place.
       On the other hand if it came to crunch time between "us and them" I'd choose the U.S. rather than the alternative as I've travelled a bit and seen what "them" is like. They're both not that great but change means years and years of work and suffering by ordinary people who have to sometimes sacrifice themselves to achieve goals which are rather obvious except to power-mad governments and Dictators. You get the idea. Incidentally, all these boat loads of people fleeing was written about many, many years ago and their conclusion was, at the time, that the U.S. and Russia would eventually become like each other and it seems to be working out today. And mass movements of people were predicted by some Authors many decades ago. But who listens to a Writer and what do they know?? 004715 
Price: 30.00 USD
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