Soft Cover, Chicago: American Friends Service Committee, 2004. Near Fine with no dust jacket.
Square, tight binding. Clean and bright pages. Very light edge rubbing to wraps. Black and white photographs related to the experiential exhibit "Eyes Wide Open" that showed in various places in the United States in 2004. Text presents information about the human and financial toll of the Iraq War begun in March 2003 that toppled Saddam Hussein's regime but left a country torn by factionalism and terrorism. Exhibit focused on arrangements of empty combat boots and civilian shoes to symbolize the dead. 8.00" (20 cm) tall; 63 pages.