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'''Operations Manual''' is a propaganda pamphlet. Presented in a series of volumes, each issue attempts to cover it's own ambiguous theme.  First published in 2004 shortly after the Bush administration rigged their second election, Operations Manual ran for only 6 issues before leaving the self-publishing world for unknown reasons.  Operations Manual was primarily distributed to friends and friendly spaces in Kansas City, MO and various free-subscribers scattered around the country.   
'''Operations Manual''' is a propaganda pamphlet. Presented in a series of volumes, each issue attempts to cover it's own ambiguous theme.  First published in 2004 shortly after the Bush administration rigged their second election, Operations Manual ran for only 6 issues before leaving the self-publishing world for unknown reasons.  Operations Manual was primarily distributed to friends and friendly spaces in Kansas City, MO and various free-subscribers scattered around the country.   
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After an extended ''hiatus'' Operations Manual resumed publishing in Fall 2010.
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After an extended ''hiatus'' Operations Manual resumed publishing in Fall 2010, expanding distribution to include a couple dozen select bookstores, infoshops, and coffeeshops around the country.

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Operations Manual - Vol. I
Operations Manual - Vol. I

Operations Manual is a propaganda pamphlet. Presented in a series of volumes, each issue attempts to cover it's own ambiguous theme. First published in 2004 shortly after the Bush administration rigged their second election, Operations Manual ran for only 6 issues before leaving the self-publishing world for unknown reasons. Operations Manual was primarily distributed to friends and friendly spaces in Kansas City, MO and various free-subscribers scattered around the country.

After an extended hiatus Operations Manual resumed publishing in Fall 2010, expanding distribution to include a couple dozen select bookstores, infoshops, and coffeeshops around the country.


Dear Butthead,

P.O Box 46178

Kansas City, MO 64134


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