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Webb, Gary

Published by Seven Stories Press (1998)

ISBN 10: 1888363681 ISBN 13: 9781888363685

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From: Whiskey Bend Booksellers (Port Angeles, WA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seven Stories Press, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. First Edition with a complete(1-9) number line. As New/As New. Book and dust jacket are in Very Fine/ condition. Tight , bright and square. Unread. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. No gift inscriptions or owners names. The dust jacket is equally pristine., fresh and bright with the original ($24.95) price intact. As good as a collectible book can be and hard to find signed. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 000633

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Webb, Gary

Published by Seven Stories Press, New York (1998)

ISBN 10: 1888363681 ISBN 13: 9781888363685

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From: Ground Zero Books, Ltd. (Silver Spring, MD, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Seven Stories Press, New York, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Very good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. First Edition. First Printing. 548 pages. Illus., notes on sources, glossary, index, slight wear/soiling to DJ & slight edge wear. Inscribed by the author. Signed copies are very scarce. Foreword by Congresswoman Maxine Waters. The author, a Pulitzer Prize-winner, died in December 2004, from two gunshot wounds to the head, said to be self-inflicted. This work was based upon a 20,000 word, three-part investigative series published by the San Jose Mercury, which alleged that Nicaraguan drug traffickers had sold and distributed crack cocaine in Los Angeles during the 1980's, and that the drug profits were used to fund the CIA-supported Nicaraguan Contras. Drawing on declassified CIA documents and extensive interviews with drug dealers and drug lords, Webb reported on the corruption and ultimate responsibility of the CIA for the drug trafficking that plagues the United States. Seller Inventory # 49449

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Webb, Gary

Published by Seven Stories Press, New York (1998)

ISBN 10: 1888363681 ISBN 13: 9781888363685

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From: RareNonFiction, IOBA (Ladysmith, BC, Canada)

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About this Item: Seven Stories Press, New York, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Printing. Signed 1888363681 Signed and inscribed by Gary Webb upon half-title page. xxviii, 548 pages. Footnotes, glossary and index. "Shows how the L.A. crack market flourished through a breathtaking combination of government negligence, greed, and criminal conduct. Demonstrates that U.S. government agencies, including the CIA, DEA and FBI, were aware of the activities of this well-connected drug network and did little or nothing to stop it. Indeed, in several instances documented here, the Justice Department, the CIA, and the secret National Security Council unit run by Oliver North, took extraordinary steps to protect the ring from public exposure. In the final chapters Webb reveals the conflict that led to his newspaper's stunning repudiation of its own series - and at what cost he stood by his story." - from dust jacket. Webb was found dead in his home in 2004 with two gunshot wounds to his head. Curiously, his death was ruled a suicide. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now in archival-grade mylar. A quality signed copy of this heroic work. Seller Inventory # 163H1402

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