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Viking Penguin, publishers, New York - first edition US ISBN:0670832308, 1990. hardcover, 5¾" x 9", with dust jacket. Black pen mark to bottom edges. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Distinguished writer Shirley Hazzard worked at the UN for a decade, and during Waldheim's tenure raised questions about his discreditable past under Hitler. In this book she discloses the secret history of the UN, an institution that is supposed to safeguard the world's most cherished principles. Her passionate indictment is a work of conscience and moral courage: stunning, reasoned, convincing.