In the Public Interest. A Devastating Account of the Thatcher Government's Involvement in the Covert Arms Trade, by the Man Who Turned Astra Fireworks into a 100m Arms Manufacturer.
Gerald James:

In the Public Interest. A Devastating Account of the Thatcher Government's Involvement in the Covert Arms Trade, by the Man Who Turned Astra Fireworks into a £100m Arms Manufacturer.

London: Little, Brown & Company, 1995. First edition. xxviii, 339pp. Unread copy. Contents very clean, small initials to upper corner of title page, pages toning slightly. In the original pink cloth-textured binding titled in black, clean, bright and firm, small indentation to top edge of front board, corners sharp, spine ends blunted. In the protected unclipped pictorial dust jacket: clean and bright, head of spine scuffed, 8mm closed tear to top edge of back panel, and a nick and short tear to the front upper corner. Very good copy. VG+ in VG dust-jacket.
ISBN: 0316877190, 9780316877190 [Item ID: 19958100]

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