(Berkeley): (Bureau of Public Secrets), (1973). First English language edition. 8vo. Single sheet folding out into five panels, printed recto/verso. Near fine. Trace of erased pencil marks; light handling wear to one panel; else clean, bright, and sharp. Very good +. Item #24289
Originally published as REICH: Mode d'emploi, by Editions Champ Libre (Paris, 1971), the book was translated and published in this form by Ken Knabb's Bureau of Public Secrets in 1973, and is an exploration of Wilhelm Reich's work within the context of situationist theory. "With the intrepid Dr. Reich, and against his horrified recuperators and vilifiers, we postulate the pathological nature of all character traits, that is to say all chronicity in human behavior." Nine copies located by OCLC. [Ford 217].