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101.

The Black Revolutionary Poet & The Primitive Man [Limited Edition, Signed]
[San Francisco]: Journal of Black Poetry, 1967. First Edition. Collects two powerful poems by the important Bay-area poet and key member of the Black Arts Movement, who co-founded Black Arts West with Ed Bullins. Among the scarcest items by Marvin X; we find no examples of the limited issue in...
[Item #18551]
Price: $250.00
 
The Black Revolutionary Poet & The Primitive Man [Limited Edition, Signed]
102.

Thunder: Quarterly Theoretical and Discussion Journal of the People's Progressive Party, Guyana - Vol.4, No.2 (April-June 1972)
Georgetown, Guyana: Thunder, 1972. Slim octavo (21.5cm); pink stapled wrappers printed in red; 40pp. A few stress creases, else Near Fine, and clean throughout. Contents include editorials on freedom of the press in jeopardy, the erosion of human rights and freedoms throughout the Caribbean and Guyana, the Trinidad State of...
[Item #18550]
Price: $25.00
 
Thunder: Quarterly Theoretical and Discussion Journal of the People's Progressive Party, Guyana - Vol.4, No.2 (April-June 1972)
103.

The Last Shine (One Act)
San Diego: By the Author, 1969. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound wrappers; 39pp. Small institutional stamp to title page (no other institutional markings); Very Good. African-American author's third book and second published play, set in a midwestern shoeshine parlor.
[Item #18488]
Price: $30.00
 
The Last Shine (One Act)
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Vote The Defeatists Out Of Public Office! Unconditional Surrender of the Hitler Axis and the 5th Column! All-Out Production For Victory
New York: Artist's League of America, [ca 1943]. An extremely scarce example of an American hand-stenciled propaganda poster, inspired by and executed in the style of the Soviet "Tass Windows." The Artist's League of America was a group of socially-concerned artists in New York, organized in the wake of the...
[Item #18482]
Price: $3,800.00
 
Vote The Defeatists Out Of Public Office! Unconditional Surrender of the Hitler Axis and the 5th Column! All-Out Production For Victory
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What Are You Going to Do About It? The Case for Constructive Peace
London: Chatto & Windus, 1936. First Edition. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; yellow printed wrappers; 35pp. Mild toning to cover, else a clean, unmarked example.
[Item #18469]
Price: $20.00
 
What Are You Going to Do About It? The Case for Constructive Peace
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"Peace is Possible" an Address by Rev. Pierre van Paassen [...] before The Community Church of Boston [...] Sunday, December 23, 1951
Boston: The Community Church of Boston, 1951. First Edition. Christmas address by the noted Unitarian minister and peace activist. Includes brief foreword and afterword by Donald G. Lothrop and Jerome Davis. Uncommon; OCLC gives one location only (Harvard Divinity); none others in commerce (2013). Staple-bound pamphlet. Printed paper wrappers; 24pp...
[Item #18454]
Price: $45.00
 
"Peace is Possible" an Address by Rev. Pierre van Paassen [...] before The Community Church of Boston [...] Sunday, December 23, 1951
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They Have No Answer. Speeches Delivered in the House of Lords
Glasgow: The Strickland Press, 1950. Reprint. Excerpts from the speeches of the Hastings Russell, 12th Duke of Bedford before the House of Lords, all on the subject of monetary reform. Russell, an ardent Pacifist and advocate of Social Credit, was accused on several occasions of harboring Fascist sympathies. His son...
[Item #18453]
Price: $25.00
 
They Have No Answer. Speeches Delivered in the House of Lords
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The Word Quarterly, Vol I, no. 1 (Spring 1950). Special Double Number: Gandhi Murder Trial: Official Account of the Trial of Godse, Apte, and Others for Murder and Conspiracy - With Verbatim Reports of Speeches by Godse and Savarkar
Glasgow: Strickland Press, 1950. First Edition. In-depth analysis of the Gandhi murder trial, incorporating documentary sources and extensive commentary by Guy Aldred. Aldred (1896-1963), a self-professed "non-sectarian anarchist," was a leading publisher of Communist-Anarchist materials and for many years the proprietor of the Strickland Press. "The Word Quarterly," of which...
[Item #18451]
Price: $150.00
 
The Word Quarterly, Vol I, no. 1 (Spring 1950). Special Double Number: Gandhi Murder Trial: Official Account of the Trial of Godse, Apte, and Others for Murder and Conspiracy - With Verbatim Reports of Speeches by Godse and Savarkar
109.

Palante: Young Lords Party
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1971. First Edition. First complete study of the Young Lords Organization, the Puerto-Rican revolutionary political organization formed in 1969. Uncommon in any format. Stated first edition, but simultaneous with the (much scarcer) clothbound issue. Quarto; laminated pictorial wrappers (softcover); 159pp; illus. Moderate wear and soil to wrappers...
[Item #18450]
Price: $150.00
 
Palante: Young Lords Party
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Behind the Dictators. A Factual Analysis of the Relationship of Nazi-Fascism and Roman Catholicism
New York: Agora Publishing Co. 1946. First Edition Thus. Expose of Catholic and Jesuit collaboration with Fascist regimes during the Second World War. Includes a series of photographic illustrations (halftones) at rear, providing documentary evidence of the author's thesis. First published in 1942, this is the first pamphlet printing. First...
[Item #18447]
Price: $35.00
 
Behind the Dictators. A Factual Analysis of the Relationship of Nazi-Fascism and Roman Catholicism
111.

Media Whore #3
Malden: Media Whore, N.D. Third issue of this feminist zine with strong media-related content and emphasis on the D.I.Y. ethos. Octavo (20.5cm); white wraps sewn with red thread, printed in black with red & white croi label to front cover; 35pp. Faint dampstain along spine fold, light wear; Very Good...
[Item #18444]
Price: $10.00
 
Media Whore #3
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Getting By With A Little Help From Our Friends
Boston: New England Free Press, N.d. [ca 1968]. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed wrappers; pp44-62. Light wear and soil; Very Good. Originally published Ann Arbor: Radical Education Project, 1967.
[Item #18436]
Price: $15.00
 
Getting By With A Little Help From Our Friends
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Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It
New York: Frederick Stokes, 1932. Later Printing. Brandeis's series of articles exposing conflicts of interest between investment bankers and the industrial trusts, originally published in 1913, proved sufficiently prescient to warrant this Depression-era reissue. It has rarely been out of print since. This a tight, attractive copy with a nice...
[Item #18434]
Price: $150.00
 
Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It
114.
No More Fun & Games! A Journal of Female Liberation. Issue 5 (July 1971): The First Revolution
Cambridge, MA: Cell 16, 1971. First Edition. Single issue of this short-lived, sporadically-published journal of separatist feminist theory & politics. Contributions by Valerie Solanas, Betsy Warrior, Dana Densmore, others. Octavo. Staple-bound, printed card wrappers; 127pp. Light external wear; text clean, tight and unmarked; Very Good or better.
[Item #18429]
Price: $25.00
 
No More Fun & Games! A Journal of Female Liberation. Issue 5 (July 1971): The First Revolution
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SDS 101: From The Inside
Chicago & Philadelphia: Freedom Road Socialist Organization / Pirate Press, 1987. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; illustrated paper wrappers (softcover); 32pp. Very Good. Brief history of SDS for would-be Reagan-era student activists. Text is primarily a transcript of a 1986 lecture by Denis O'Neill. Printed at the Pirate Press, Philadelphia.
[Item #18428]
Price: $25.00
 
SDS 101: From The Inside
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Black Students in Protest: a study of the origins of the Black student movement
Washington, D.C. American Sociological Association, 1972. First Edition. Octavo. Printed card wrappers (softcover); 89pp; includes bibliography. Light external wear and soil; text clean, tight and unmarked; VG or better.
[Item #18427]
Price: $25.00
 
Black Students in Protest: a study of the origins of the Black student movement
117.
Chile De "Forsvunna" Politiska Fangarna: Repressions utveckling, Chile 1973-1976
Stockholm: Chilekommittens Smaskriftserie, 1977. Octavo (21cm); white wraps offset printed in black, stapled; 31pp; illus. Touch of edgewear, else Fine. A Swedish language pamphlet bringing attention to the plight of Chilean political prisoners during the reign of Augusto Pinochet. No copies in OCLC.
[Item #18417]
Price: $75.00
 
Chile De "Forsvunna" Politiska Fangarna: Repressions utveckling, Chile 1973-1976
118.

Chants Communal
New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1914. Second Edition. Octavo (19cm). Brown printed wrappers; 194, (4)pp. A fine, unopened and unread copy. Socialist- and utopian-inflected verse by Whitman's chief disciple and literary executor Horace Traubel (1858-1919).
[Item #18409]
Price: $15.00
 
Chants Communal
119.

A Handbook on the War in Asia
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, 1970. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound, pictorial wrappers; 72pp. Mild external dusting; a clean, unmarked copy, VG to NF. Preface by Robert Barrett.
[Item #18406]
Price: $20.00
 
A Handbook on the War in Asia
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No More Genocide In My Name
San Diego: Bay Area Coalition to Oppose War Preparations, 1980. Superb mushroom-cloud graphic, with a quotation from folk/rock musician Holly Near, advertising a "Teach-In" at Laney College in Oakland. Designed and printed by the San Diego radical screenprinting collective Insurgent Squeegee. Original screenprint in four colors; 35" x 22-1/2" (ca...
[Item #18404]
Price: $300.00
 
No More Genocide In My Name
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Support the People of Angola. Victory to the MPLA!
[San Francisco: ca 1980]. A striking graphic of a female MPLA rebel fighter shouldering an AK-47. Issued without imprint. Jerry Biggs was a prominent and prolific Bay Area graphic artist. This work is pictured in Cushing, All of Us Or None: Social Justice Posters of the Bay Area (Berkeley: 2012), p.104...
[Item #18403]
Price: $200.00
 
Support the People of Angola. Victory to the MPLA!
122.

Death Has Many Faces - We Demand Life!
Washington, D.C. Peoples Coalition for Peace & Justice, [1971]. Poster promoting the 1971 "Mule Train To Wall Street," an event intended to coincide with the great Mayday Tribe march on Washington, described by some observers as the most poorly planned direct action of the Vietnam era. The action ended with...
[Item #18402]
Price: $250.00
 
Death Has Many Faces - We Demand Life!
123.

Stop the Death Squads in El Salvador and Los Angeles
[Los Angeles: Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, 1. Graphics portraying the slaughter of Salvadoran civilians, against a backdrop of the United States Capitol. Inset portraits of Salvadoran President Napoleon Duarte and Ronald Reagan, with text recounting the kidnap and torture of a Salvadoran-American in Los Angeles. Signed in screen, "Fireworks", center...
[Item #18401]
Price: $350.00
 
Stop the Death Squads in El Salvador and Los Angeles
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October 20 Lockdown Lockheed
[San Francisco: 1986]. Poster promoting a direct action at the Lockheed Missile & Space Corporation, October 20th, 1986. The central image of a death's head is surrounded by text and overprinted skulls, smiley faces, dollar signs and gravestones. During the protest, which was called to draw attention to Ronald Reagan's...
[Item #18400]
Price: $200.00
 
October 20 Lockdown Lockheed
125.

Az Uj Magyarorszag [The New Hungary]
New York: Hungarian Daily Journal Publishing Company, Inc. [ca.1945-46]. First Edition. Janos' celebration of the Second Hungarian Republic, with biographical sketches of political figures like Tildy Zoltan, Nagy, Ferenc, and Rakosi Matyas, et al. Illustrated throughout with photographs and essays about the reconstruction after the war. The front cover bears...
[Item #18392]
Price: $125.00
 
Az Uj Magyarorszag [The New Hungary]

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