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126.

Mama Black Widow
Los Angeles: Holloway House Publishing Co. 1969 (but ca.1971). The author's third book, the real-life story of Otis Tilson, "an incredibly comely and tragic homosexual queen. The dialogue is in the gut idiom of the queer - the black ghetto - the deep south - the underworld - the world...
[Item #27045]
Price: $40.00
 
Mama Black Widow
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New Masses - Vol.4, No.4 (September, 1928)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1928. Contributions to this issue by Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Horace Gregory, Arnold Roller, Scott Nearing, Martin Russak, and Michael Gold, et al; illustrations throughout by William Siegel, Louis Lozowick, Dorothy Owen and others. Cover illustrations of Sacco and Vanzetti by Hugo Gellert. Quarto (29.75cm);...
[Item #27041]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.4, No.4 (September, 1928)
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New Masses - Vol.7, No.7 (December, 1931)
New York: New Masses, Inc. 1931. Contributions by Charles Rumford Walker, Sam Ornitz, Molly Jackson, Michael Gold, and Norman Macleod, et al; illustrations throughout by Phil Bard, Hugo Gellert, Gilbert Rocke, Marc Kenney and others. Wraparound artwork commemorating the Harlan miners by William Siegel. A well-preserved issue. Quarto (29.75cm); illustrated...
[Item #27038]
Price: $40.00
 
New Masses - Vol.7, No.7 (December, 1931)
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Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles
Berlin: Neuer Deutscher Verlag, 1929. A powerful piece of social criticism by Tucholsky, one of the most prominent German-Jewish authors and journalists of the Weimar Republic. Produced with graphic designer John Heartfield, Tucholsky managed to combine vicious attacks on everything he disliked about Germany with a declaration of love for...
[Item #27028]
Price: $200.00
 
Deutschland, Deutschland Ueber Alles
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The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.6
London: The Rebel Worker, 1966. Penultimate issue of Franklin and Penelope Rosemont's anarcho-surrealist journal, this being the scarce London edition of no.6, published by the Rosemont's with Charles Radcliffe and distributed in London on May Day, 1966 (Radcliffe, who co-edited issue 6 of Rebel Worker, would go on to publish...
[Item #27015]
Price: $375.00
 
The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.6
131.

The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.5
Chicago: Chicago Branch I.W.W. [1966]. Fifth issue of Franklin and Penelope Rosemont's anarcho-surrealist journal. The Rosemont's were members of the IWW and founded the Chicago Surrealist Group, which hosted a number of surrealist exhibits from their Gallery Bugs Bunny. Franklin Rosemont produced the first issues of The Rebel Worker on...
[Item #27014]
Price: $375.00
 
The Rebel Worker: A Revolutionary Journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World - No.5
132.

Chicago Hunger Fighter - Vol.I, No.11 (May 21, 1932)
Chicago: Unemployed Council of Chicago, 1932. Scarce issue of this organ of the Unemployed Council of Chicago, a CP organization established in an effort to organize and mobilize unemployed workers. We find no copies in the trade (July 2015), and OCLC notes 2 locations with microformat holdings - none with...
[Item #27001]
Price: $75.00
 
Chicago Hunger Fighter - Vol.I, No.11 (May 21, 1932)
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The Rescue of Germany and As Noble Lenders (Cover Title: O.P.M. Other People's Money! The Greatest American Racket)
New York: The Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, 1931. First Thus. Staple-bound pamphlet. Printed wrappers; 103pp. Wrappers rather worn from handling with faint crease to upper cover and tear to spine foot, rear wrapper also with long closed tears and small losses. With printed introductory leaf signed "Francis P. Gaway", as President...
[Item #26997]
Price: $20.00
 
The Rescue of Germany and As Noble Lenders (Cover Title: O.P.M. Other People's Money! The Greatest American Racket)
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The Real Huey P. Long
New York: Workers Library, 1935. First Edition. SEIDMAN G33: "An attack on senator Long for establishing a dictatorship in Louisiana...Long...personifies the fascist menace in the U.S., hopes to defeat Roosevelt in 1935 by means of empty promises..." 12mo. Pictorial, staple-bound wrappers; 47pp. Light external wear; Very Good.
[Item #26995]
Price: $30.00
 
The Real Huey P. Long
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Frail Barrier
New York: Vanguard Press, [1952]. First Edition. Octavo (21cm.); original cloth in grey pictorial dust jacket; 249pp. Jacket a bit scuffed, spine toned as is rear panel, a few tiny losses not affecting text. About Fine in Very Good jacket. South African-born Israeli author's first novel, about a white South...
[Item #26981]
Price: $25.00
 
Frail Barrier
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The Green Wall of Mystery: Venture and Adventure in the Hinterland of West Africa
West Park, NY: Holy Cross Press, 1928. First Edition. 12mo (18.5cm.); original orange pictorial wrappers printed in green; [12],222pp.; photographic frontispiece, 17 plates; double-page map printed in green inside upper wrapper and recto of front free endpaper. Spine a hint faded, minor tearing at bottom edge of pp. 210/211 not...
[Item #26979]
Price: $25.00
 
The Green Wall of Mystery: Venture and Adventure in the Hinterland of West Africa
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Voices of the Living and the Dead
London: Race Today Publications, 1983. Second Edition. Brief play written by the Jamaican-born Black Panther, first played at the Keskidee Centre in Islington in June, 1973. "Its emphasis on violent insurrection, with all the Fanonist undertones, sensed accurately the events which tore at the guts of British society in the...
[Item #26966]
Price: $25.00
 
Voices of the Living and the Dead
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First Annual Report of the Commissioners for Locating and Building House of Reformation for Juvenile and Female Offenders Against the Laws. June 11, 1856 [All published]
Concord: Amos Hadley, 1856. First Edition. Octavo (22.25cm.); original tan wrappers printed within triple rule; 23pp. Light wear to wrapper extremities, else a Very Good, partially unopened copy. Apparently the only report issued by the Commissioners, whose members included the future Governor of New Hampshire Frederick Smyth and former Governor...
[Item #26964]
Price: $75.00
 
First Annual Report of the Commissioners for Locating and Building House of Reformation for Juvenile and Female Offenders Against the Laws. June 11, 1856 [All published]
139.

Forty-Ninth Annual Report, 1898
Baltimore: Baltimore Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor, 1898. First Edition. Octavo (24.5cm.); original brown printed wrappers, yapp edges; 40pp.; photographic illus. A few shallow short closed tears to wrapper extremities, light discoloration to top edge of rear cover, else Very Good and sound. Includes an...
[Item #26963]
Price: $50.00
 
Forty-Ninth Annual Report, 1898
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Alien Legislation and American Democracy
New York: Foreign Language Information Service Incorporated, [1940]. First Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); staplebound self-wrappers (minor dust-soiling); 22pp. Near Fine.
[Item #26962]
Price: $15.00
 
Alien Legislation and American Democracy
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Henry George and the Economists
Boston: C.B. Fillebrown, 1914. First Edition. 16mo (15.75cm.); original green staplebound card wrappers; 16pp. Light fading to wrapper extremities, else Fine. Argument for the Single Tax.
[Item #26960]
Price: $40.00
 
Henry George and the Economists
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The Polish Immigration Committee in the United States: A Historical Study of the American Committee for the Relief of Polish Immigrants, 1947-1952
New York: Roman Catholic Church of St. Stanislaus B.M. [1954]. First Edition. Octavo (24.5cm.); original grey staplebound wrappers; 63pp.; illus. Some shallow dampstaining to wrapper extremities not bleeding into textblock, light wear from handling, else Very Good and sound. Dissertation on the post-WW2 Polish refugees in the United States, "Submitted...
[Item #26959]
Price: $30.00
 
The Polish Immigration Committee in the United States: A Historical Study of the American Committee for the Relief of Polish Immigrants, 1947-1952
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The Eyes of the Movie
[New York: International Pamphlets, 1934]. First Edition. 12mo (18.5cm.); pictorial staplebound self-wrappers by Gropper; 31pp.; photographic portrait of the author inside upper wrapper. Faint crease to upper wrapper, else Near Fine. International Pamphlets no. 38. Posthumously published piece attacking the movie industry, which the author argues was using the medium...
[Item #26958]
Price: $50.00
 
The Eyes of the Movie
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Anarchism and Other Essays
New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1917. Third Revised Edition. An important copy of this collection of Goldman's essays, a seminal work of anarchist thought collecting 12 essays on patriotism, prisons, women's suffrage, and the psychology of political violence. With a biographic sketch of Goldman by Czech anarchist Hippolyte Havel...
[Item #26957]
Price: $150.00
 
Anarchism and Other Essays
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Mother Earth - Vol.V, No.5 (July, 1910)
New York: Emma Goldman, 1910. Original issue of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman's famous anarchist monthly. This issue with contributions by Goldman ("The End of the Odyssey"), Berkman ("The Failure of Compromise"), and William M. van der Weyde ("Thomas Paine's Anarchism"), with observations and comments on a variety of contemporary...
[Item #26956]
Price: $150.00
 
Mother Earth - Vol.V, No.5 (July, 1910)
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Ghetto '68
New York: Panther House Ltd. 1968. Collection of poetry and short fiction, compiled from works submitted to the Workshop for Young Writers. Contributors were largely inner city youth from Harlem, the youngest being only 15, with content largely representative of their life experiences in the ghetto. Second Printing. Octavo (21cm);...
[Item #26949]
Price: $20.00
 
Ghetto '68
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My Mission to London, 1912-1914
New York: George H. Doran Company, [1918?]. First American Edition. Octavo (19cm.); original cream printed staplebound wrappers (dust-soiled); xiv,[2],45pp. Textblock rather foxed, else Very Good and sound. At head of upper wrapper: "Revelations of the Last German Ambassador in England."
[Item #26947]
Price: $20.00
 
My Mission to London, 1912-1914
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From Opposition to Assassination: The Story of Trotsky and the Trial of his Terrorist Group
Toronto: Central Committee, Communist Party of Canada, [1936]. First Edition. 12mo (16.75cm.); original grey decorative card wrappers; 48pp. Very Good. Contemporary rubberstamp of the Modern Book Store to upper wrapper.
[Item #26946]
Price: $40.00
 
From Opposition to Assassination: The Story of Trotsky and the Trial of his Terrorist Group
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The Success of the Five Year Plan
New York: Workers' Library Publishers, [1931]. 12mo (19cm.); original yellow pictorial card wrappers; 87pp. Minor lean to spine, else Fine. Contemporary rubberstamp of the International Book Shop to front free endpaper and p. [3]. Text of two speeches delivered at the Sixth All-Union Soviet Congress.
[Item #26945]
Price: $20.00
 
The Success of the Five Year Plan
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Soviet Soldier in Europe
[London: British-Soviet Society, 1946]. First Edition. 12mo (18.5cm.); original pictorial staplebound wrappers; 32pp. Very Near Fine. Contemporary rubberstamp to upper cover "Printed & Published in Great Britain." The author was discovered in the 1960s to have been a spy for the Soviet GRU during World War II.
[Item #26944]
Price: $20.00
 
Soviet Soldier in Europe

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