Camp Concentration

by Thomas M. Disch

Camp Concentration

Paperback, 184 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $14 | purchase

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When Louis Sacchetti, a poet and conscientious objector, refuses to participate in the war against Third World terrorists, he is confined to a special camp where experimental drugs are tested.

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