Berkeley: Bureau of Public Secrets, 1979. An original broadside published by the American pro-Situ group "Bureau of Public Secrets," praising the 1979 revolution in Iran: "The uprising in Iran is the most beautiful event since the Hungarian revolution of 1956. It has shake all the ruling powers of the world and exposed their collusion." The printed text is simultaneaously an insightful history lesson in 20th century Iranian politics, and a scathing analysis of meddling world powers. A map of Iran is printed at the center of the left column, with BUREAU OF PUBLIC SECRETS running the length of the lower margin.
Virtually unseen in the trade, with no copies located in OCLC. Broadside; single sheet of white stock offset printed in maroon, measuring 28 X 43cm. Horizontal fold at center, with a single, faint spot of soil at upper right corner; Near Fine.