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Conversation with a Former Secret Service Agent; Athletics and the Killer Instinct.

Author: Clint Hill; Bob Cousy
Publisher: New York : Grolier Educational Corp.
Series: Vital history cassettes, Oct. '75, no. 2.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Discussions : A Conversation with a former Secret Service Agent; and, Athletics and the Killer Instinct.

The co-author of Freedom at Midnight discusses the historical importance of India's achievement of independence in 1947, the abuses of the colonial era and the authoritarian tendencies currently being manifested Indira Gandhi.

Author Anthony Sampson discusses the monopoly powers of the big oil companies, their relative freedom from government regulation and their lack of concern for the consumer. He advocates more effective government control and research into alternative sources of energy.  Read more...

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Named Person: Secret Service
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Clint Hill; Bob Cousy
OCLC Number: 229407960
Description: sound cassette.
Series Title: Vital history cassettes, Oct. '75, no. 2.
Other Titles: Independence for the Indian sub-continent
Great oil companies

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Discussions : A Conversation with a former Secret Service Agent; and, Athletics and the Killer Instinct.

The co-author of Freedom at Midnight discusses the historical importance of India's achievement of independence in 1947, the abuses of the colonial era and the authoritarian tendencies currently being manifested Indira Gandhi.

Author Anthony Sampson discusses the monopoly powers of the big oil companies, their relative freedom from government regulation and their lack of concern for the consumer. He advocates more effective government control and research into alternative sources of energy.

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