Washington, D.C. United States Information Agency, English Teaching Division, 1965. First edition. A rosy view of the U.S. published by the largest propaganda machine of the time, the United States Information Agency. Includes the script for the USIA film, "Robert Frost" (the basis of the course) so that students may follow along and closely study the material in the film -- in order to better understand the "cultural values of those who speak the language." Frost's poems are interwoven with distilled down American history whipped into a sweet fluffy froth of pure Yankee ingenuity. The insidiousness of the methodology could be considered quite inspiring really. To Russia anyway. 8.25 x 10.5" stapled paperwraps; 95 pages. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. Near fine.