Lobster 36.

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Hot off the press is also the new edition of Lobster, as always full of insight and information about the machinations behind the scenes in British and international politics. This time: Lobbygate revisited: Why did Roger Liddle survive?, Suppressed Keynes, Congress for Cultural Freedom, Joseph K and the spooky launderette, UK chemical and biological warfare testing, an updated Net guide, plus short pieces and reviews. Send £3 (UK), 3.50 (Europe), 4 (rest) to Robin Ramsay at 214 WestboLobster 36.urne Avenue, Hull, HU5 3JB, UK. e-mail robin@lobster.karoo.co.uk

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