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Forsaken [...] A Revelation of the Unknown London Criminal District. A thrilling story of slum life in London, England
[Charlotte, NC? Charlotte Printing Co. n.d., ca. 1920]. Fourtheenth Edition. Octavo (23cm.); original tan staplebound wrappers (a bit soiled); unpaged. Slight wear and rubbing from handling, else Very Good. Originally published as Outcast and "Sold for the benefit of the white prisoners [sic] children of the Southern State[s], auspices Bethlehem...
[Item #26940]
Price: $50.00
 
Forsaken [...] A Revelation of the Unknown London Criminal District. A thrilling story of slum life in London, England
152.

The Coal-War in Britain: A Study of Working-Class Economics and Trade Union Organization (April-June, 1921)
New York: Bureau of Industrial Research, 1921. First Edition. Octavo (22.5cm.); original grey staplebound wrappers; 50pp. Light wear, else Fine.
[Item #26939]
Price: $30.00
 
The Coal-War in Britain: A Study of Working-Class Economics and Trade Union Organization (April-June, 1921)
153.

The Guild Idea: An Appeal to the Public
London: National Guilds League, n.d., ca. 1919. First Edition. Octavo (22cm.); original dark grey staplebound card wrappers; 15pp. Wrappers a bit worn from handling, spine ends slightly chipped, else Very Good. Pamphlets of the National Guilds League no. 2. With the League's change of address rubberstamp to upper wrapper.
[Item #26938]
Price: $25.00
 
The Guild Idea: An Appeal to the Public
154.

Natural Inequality
Manchester: National Labour Press, n.d., ca. 1890. First Edition. Octavo (20.5cm.); decorative staplebound self-wrappers (dust-soiling); 15pp. Extremities a bit chipped, wrappers separated but present. Canadian evolutionist's argument for socialism as the best "endeavour to preserve and make the best of [man's] natural inequality" (p. [3]).
[Item #26929]
Price: $25.00
 
Natural Inequality
155.

This Labor Union Racket
New York: Hillman-Curl, Inc. 1936. First Edition. "A view that racketeers, with communist participation, have usurped power in the American labor movement, with AFL leaders sitting by. John L. Lewis, though no radical, is supported by them in his fight for industrial organization. The author quotes Stalin, Foster, and the...
[Item #26908]
Price: $35.00
 
This Labor Union Racket
156.

South by Thunderbird
New York: Random House, 1937. Aerial travel narrative of the author's trip over South America. In addition to being a world traveler, Strode was a long-time professor at the University of Alabama. Sixth Printing. Octavo (22.75cm); silver cloth, with titling and decorations stamped in dark blue on spine and front...
[Item #26907]
Price: $25.00
 
South by Thunderbird
157.

New Masses, Vol. 7, no. 8 (January, 1932).
New York: New Masses, 1932. First Edition. New Year issue, devoted to literature and art; includes contributions by Theodore Dreiser ("Individualism and the Jungle"); Meridel LeSueur ("Women on the Breadlines"); Nathan Asch ("Hints to the Starving"); John Dos Passos ("The Body of an American"); Michael Gold ("The Boy Who Died...
[Item #26872]
Price: $85.00
 
New Masses, Vol. 7, no. 8 (January, 1932).
158.

New Masses, Vol. 7, no. 10 (April, 1932).
New York: New Masses, 1932. First Edition. Includes contributions by Edmund Wilson (on the writers' committee visit to Pineville, Kentucky); Melvin Levy (story, "Spring in the Coal Fields"); Edwin Seaver ("Literature at the Crossroads"); others. Cartoons by Otto Soglow, William Gropper, Jacob Burck, William Siegel; cover illustration by Hugo Gellert...
[Item #26871]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. 7, no. 10 (April, 1932).
159.

A Change Is Gonna Come, Vol. 1, nos. 4-5 (April & June, 1971)
[San Francisco: Change, 1971]. First Edition. 2 tabloid issues (44.5cm.); illus. Previous folds (as issued), light toning, else Near Fine. Short-lived San Francsico-based Women's Liberation news journal. Includes interviews with women suing Bank of America for sexual discrimination; a guide to natural beauty; a review of Doris Lessing's Children of...
[Item #26869]
Price: $75.00
 
A Change Is Gonna Come, Vol. 1, nos. 4-5 (April & June, 1971)
160.

Enough: The Journal of the Bristol Women's Liberation Group - 2 issues
Bristol: Bristol Women's Liberation Group, [1972]. First Edition. 2 issues; octavo (approx. 21 - 23.5cm.); original pictorial staplebound card wrappers; illus. No volume statement provided for either issue. Literary journal consisting primarily of essays both personal and on various aspects of the movement, as well as poetry and illustrations. Among...
[Item #26868]
Price: $50.00
 
Enough: The Journal of the Bristol Women's Liberation Group - 2 issues
161.

New Masses, Vol. 8, no. 13 (July, 1932).
New York: New Masses, 1932. First Edition. Includes contributions by Joseph North (on the Communist nominating convention); Harry Raymond (on the Bonus Army march); Oakley Johnson (reportage on the John Reed Clubs convention); Felipe Ybarra ("The Pecan Slaves of Texas"); others. Cartoons by William Gropper, Herb Kruckman, Phil Bard; cover...
[Item #26859]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. 8, no. 13 (July, 1932).
162.

New Masses, Vol. X, no 4 (Jan 23, 1934).
New York: New Masses, 1934. First Edition. Includes contributions by Moissaye Olgin, Erskine Caldwell, Edwin Seaver, others. Cartoons by William Gropper, Georges Schreiber, Julius Bloch; cover illustration by Phil Bard presents the right-wing radio propagandist Father Charles Coughlin in the form of a stylized swastika. Quarto (31cm). Original staple-bound, illustrated...
[Item #26858]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. X, no 4 (Jan 23, 1934).
163.

New Masses, Vol. X, no 7 (Feb 13, 1934).
New York: New Masses, 1934. First Edition. Includes contributions by John Strachey, John Dos Passos, Eishi Tanaka, others. Cartoons by Jacob Burck, Stuyvesant Van Veen, Adolf Dehn, Reginald Marsh; cover illustration by Hugo Gellert. Quarto (31cm). Original staple-bound, illustrated wrappers; 31pp; illus. Usual toning to paper small chips and tears...
[Item #26857]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses, Vol. X, no 7 (Feb 13, 1934).
164.

Bloomington Women's Liberation Front [Newsletter]. Five consecutive issues, Jan - May 1971
Bloomington, IN: Bloomington Women's Liberation Front, 1971. Five mimeographed monthly issues. Corner-stapled sheets; ca 8-12pp per issue. A nearly complete run, lacking only the first one or possibly two issues, of this ephemeral Indiana women's underground publication. OCLC cataloging incorrectly states that publication "began and ceased with Oct 13, 1971."...
[Item #26854]
Price: $200.00
 
Bloomington Women's Liberation Front [Newsletter]. Five consecutive issues, Jan - May 1971
165.

Broadside: "Happy Birthday Huey! Come Celebrate Huey Newton's Birthday, Sunday 16 Feb. 2pm"
[Los Angeles: S.i. n.d. but 1968]. Broadside for a "Free Huey" birthday rally in Los Angeles, held at the Hollywood High School auditorium on February 16th. In October 1967, Newton was arrested for the murder of Oakland police officer John Frey, a crime for which Newton initially claimed he was...
[Item #26853]
Price: $125.00
 
Broadside: "Happy Birthday Huey! Come Celebrate Huey Newton's Birthday, Sunday 16 Feb. 2pm"
166.

Six Seamen: Different Men Under Different Systems
New York: International Publishers, [1933]. First Edition. 12mo (17.75cm.); original green decorative card wrappers; 71pp. Minor wear, spine a hint toned, else Very Good. Collection of tales regarding seamen of different nationalities, including English, American, and "Old" and "Young" Soviet.
[Item #26852]
Price: $35.00
 
Six Seamen: Different Men Under Different Systems
167.

Mejane - Women's Liberation Newspaper. Nos 1 - 5 (Mar 1971 - Nov 1971)
Sydney, NSW: Mejane, 1971. Five tabloid issues, on newsprint; ca 16pp per issue. Appeared irregularly. Horizontal folds for mailing (as issued); slight toning to newsprint; Very Good overall. Uncommon radical feminist underground newspaper covering the Australian perspective. Mejane, produced by a collective of women, all members of Sydney Women's Liberation...
[Item #26851]
Price: $200.00
 
Mejane - Women's Liberation Newspaper. Nos 1 - 5 (Mar 1971 - Nov 1971)
168.

The Terzani Case: An Account of a Labor Battle Against a Fascist Frame-up
New York: League for Industrial Democracy, [1934?]. First Edition. Octavo (20cm.); original staplebound self-wrappers; 11pp. Light wear, else Near Fine. Brief account of the trial of Athos Terzani who was framed for the murder of Antonio Fierro at a Khaki Shirts meeting in Queens, New York, 1933.
[Item #26849]
Price: $30.00
 
The Terzani Case: An Account of a Labor Battle Against a Fascist Frame-up
169.

Capone, Karpis, Luciano...Convicted! How much longer will this vilest racketeer of all get away with it? [cover title]
[New York: American League Against War and Fascism, 1936]. First Edition. 12mo (17cm.); original pictorial staplebound self-wrappers; 14pp.; illus. Wrapper extremities a bit dust-soiled, else Very Good. Attack on millionaire newspaperman William Randolph Hearst. SEIDMAN A120.
[Item #26848]
Price: $25.00
 
Capone, Karpis, Luciano...Convicted! How much longer will this vilest racketeer of all get away with it? [cover title]
170.

Pro-War Communism!
Brooklyn: Advance Publishers, 1937. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original decorative tan staplebound card wrappers; 48pp. Wrapper extremities a bit toned, else Very Good and sound. "The author is a former member of the Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of the United States" - title page. Anti-war tract written...
[Item #26847]
Price: $20.00
 
Pro-War Communism!
171.

The Long View of History
[New York]: Pioneer Publishers, [1960]. First Edition. 12mo (17.5cm.); original grey decorative staplebound card wrappers; 64pp. Fine. Pioneer Pocket Library no. 8. Marxist historiography.
[Item #26846]
Price: $20.00
 
The Long View of History
172.

What Do You Read? [...] The Big-Money Press and the Workers Press [cover title]
[New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1941]. First Edition. 12mo (19.5cm.); original staplebound self-wrappers illustrated with a cartoon signed "del"; 15pp.; illus. Uniformly toned, else Near Fine. Support for the Daily Worker by one of its editors. BRENNEMAN, p. 163; SEIDMAN M160.
[Item #26845]
Price: $20.00
 
What Do You Read? [...] The Big-Money Press and the Workers Press [cover title]
173.

Pandora. Vol 1, no 3 (Nov 16, 1970) - Vol 1, no 12 (Mar 22, 1971); run of 10 issues
Seattle: Pandora, 1970-71. Ten mimeographed bi-weekly issues. Corner-stapled sheets, printed recto and verso; ca. 8pp per issue. Fine. Representative run from the first year of this long-lived newsletter, which continued publication until 1979. Though crudely produced, Pandora had a comparatively wide circulation in the Pacific Northwest and has been credited...
[Item #26844]
Price: $200.00
 
Pandora. Vol 1, no 3 (Nov 16, 1970) - Vol 1, no 12 (Mar 22, 1971); run of 10 issues
174.

What Hitler Wants
New York: John Day Company, [1933]. First Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); original tan printed staplebound wrappers, French flaps; 31pp. Very light wear, else Near Fine. John Day Pamphlets no. 35.
[Item #26843]
Price: $35.00
 
What Hitler Wants
175.

Fight Against Hunger: Statement Drafted by the C.P.U.S.A. and Presented to the Fish Committee by William Z. Foster
[New York: Workers Library Publishers], 1930. First Edition. Militantly-worded statement addressed to the Fish Committee, which was at the time investigating communist activities in the United States. Includes sections on the effect of the investigation on African-American workers, and describes the segregationist AFL as the Committee's "Strike-Breaking Instrument." BRENNEMAN, p....
[Item #26842]
Price: $25.00
 
Fight Against Hunger: Statement Drafted by the C.P.U.S.A. and Presented to the Fish Committee by William Z. Foster

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