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101.

Love Poem to a Black Junkie
Detroit: Lotus Press, 1975. First Edition. First printing. Octavo; pictorial card wrappers; 37pp. Fine; a crisp, unworn and apparently unread copy. The author's first published book, a collection of 26 poems, including tributes to the singers Big Maybelle and Nina Simone. Detroit author.
[Item #25777]
Price: $40.00
 
Love Poem to a Black Junkie
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Qué Es la Unidad Sindical
Madrid: Ediciones Comunismo, [1927]. First Edition. 12mo (18cm.); original staplebound self-wrappers; 15pp. Stock toned and a bit brittle, top inch of spine split; ownership rubberstamp to upper wrapper of the "Liga Comunista de America (Oposicion de Izquierda), 84 East 10th St., New York, N.Y." Near Very Good. OCLC locates one...
[Item #25776]
Price: $30.00
 
Qué Es la Unidad Sindical
103.

The Cross and the Flag. Vol. 25, no. 5, August, 1966
[Glendale, CA: Christian Nationalist Crusade], 1966. First Edition. Far-right monthly journal, the official organ of the Christian Nationalist Crusade. With opening letter by Smith titled "Christ Vs. Anti-Christ" in which he warns the readers that "The blacks are on the march. They are defiant, arrogant, and threatening." Includes a reprinted...
[Item #25775]
Price: $25.00
 
The Cross and the Flag. Vol. 25, no. 5, August, 1966
104.

Victory Year 1945 [cover title]
[London: Daily Worker League, 1945]. First Edition. Octavo (21cm.); original pictorial staplebound self-wrappers printed in red and black; 10pp.; illus. Very minor wear from handling, else About Fine. Retrospective of the Daily Worker during the war years, notably 1944.
[Item #25774]
Price: $20.00
 
Victory Year 1945 [cover title]
105.

The Red Terror and Religion
[New York: Catholic Information Society, 1947]. First Edition. 16mo (13.5cm.); original tan pictorial staplebound wrappers; 16pp. Faint pencil scribble to upper wrapper, else About Fine.
[Item #25773]
Price: $25.00
 
The Red Terror and Religion
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Minneapolis Needs a Progressive City Administration: Leach Must Go! Statement of Lem Harris, Candidate for Minneapolis School Board
Minneapolis: Lem Harris for School Board Volunteer Committee, ca. 1939. First Edition. Promotional flyer for Harris, member of the Minnesota Communist Party. Argues for a New Deal city administration and urges voters against then-Mayor George Emerson Leach, Republican mayor of Minneapolis from 1921 to 1929 and again from 1937 to...
[Item #25772]
Price: $25.00
 
Minneapolis Needs a Progressive City Administration: Leach Must Go! Statement of Lem Harris, Candidate for Minneapolis School Board
107.

Giant Business - Threat to Democracy. The Autobiography of an Insider
New York: Exposition Press, 1953. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 321pp. Fine in crisp, Near Fine dustwrapper with a hint of sun-fading to spine panel. Self-published polemic; argues that conglomerization and corporate mergers threaten prospects for small business. Author a retired senior executive at General Electric. Bright copy.
[Item #25767]
Price: $25.00
 
Giant Business - Threat to Democracy. The Autobiography of an Insider
108.

Sleep it Off, Lady
New York: Harper and Row, 1976. First American Edition. Octavo. Cloth-backed boards; dustjacket; 176pp. Fine in crisp, unclipped, Near Fine dustwrapper. A late story collection.
[Item #25763]
Price: $25.00
 
Sleep it Off, Lady
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Bolshevism: Its Cure
Boston: Boston School of Political Economy, 1919. First edition. A religious attack on revolutionary Socialism. Goldstein and Avery, both fervent socialists and Bellamyites in their early careers, converted to Catholicism in the early 1900s, after which they became active anti-Socialists and active in the Jewish evangelical movement. Octavo. Cloth boards;...
[Item #25762]
Price: $25.00
 
Bolshevism: Its Cure
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The Whole of Their Lives: Communism in America--a Personal History and Intimate Portrayal of Its Leaders
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1948. First Edition. Tan cloth (hardcover); 387pp. Near fine, in edge-rubbed dustjacket with a few brief closed tears. Gitlow and the CPUSA renounced one another after his open defiance of Stalin, and he subsequently became one of the United States's most ardent anti-Communists. This is...
[Item #25761]
Price: $20.00
 
The Whole of Their Lives: Communism in America--a Personal History and Intimate Portrayal of Its Leaders
111.

Talking to Women
London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1965. First Edition. Octavo. Blue cloth; dustjacket; 223pp; illus. Fine in barely edge-rubbed, Near Fine dustwrapper. Profiles of nine contemporary British women spanning socio-economic boundaries. Illustrated with photographic portraits (halftones).
[Item #25760]
Price: $25.00
 
Talking to Women
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Outline Political History of the Americas
New York: International Publishers, 1951. First Edition. Octavo. Blue cloth; dustjacket; 668pp. Tight, unmarked copy, Near Fine, in worn dustwrapper with several repaired tears and overall rubbing.
[Item #25759]
Price: $25.00
 
Outline Political History of the Americas
113.

Principles of Communism [cover title]
St. Louis? Joseph Weydemeyer School of Social Science of Missouri, ca. 1930. First Edition. Unrecorded syllabus for a course offered at the School, later described by the House Committee of Un-American Activities as a Communist front established as early as 1920. On top of a reading list comprised of works...
[Item #25754]
Price: $125.00
 
Principles of Communism [cover title]
114.

Alexander Calder: A Survey of Works from the Greenberg Gallery
St. Louis: Greenberg Gallery, [1990]. First Edition. Slim quarto (28cm.); original white pictorial wrappers; 32pp; black and white and color illus. throughout. About Fine.
[Item #25753]
Price: $30.00
 
Alexander Calder: A Survey of Works from the Greenberg Gallery
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Achievement Motivation Among Colombian Peasants
East Lansing: Department of Communication, Michigan State University, 1966. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); original green spiral-bound decorative wrappers; [1],viii,108 typescript leaves; illus. Wrappers worn from handing, very occasional marginal notes by previous owner, else About Very Good. "Diffusion of Innovations Research Report" no. 5. OCLC locates 4 copies in North...
[Item #25751]
Price: $45.00
 
Achievement Motivation Among Colombian Peasants
116.

When one of us falls
Chicago: Artists United, 1970. Second Printing. Small quarto. Pictorial card wrappers; 18pp. Fine. Anthology of memorial poems for the slain Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. Contributors include Margaret Burroughs, Jessie Sheridan, John Woodford; artwork by Ramon Price, Bert PHillips, Peggy Lipchutz, others.
[Item #25748]
Price: $25.00
 
When one of us falls
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Poetry for my Friends [from half-title: Greens and Blues and All the Rhythms in Between]
New York: By the author, 1973. First Edition. Quarto. Pictorial card wrappers; [18pp]. Text continues onto rear wrapper. Early collection by the author of the acclaimed novel Danger Song (1967). Fine in original wrappers. Uncommon; OCLC gives 4 locations only.
[Item #25747]
Price: $50.00
 
Poetry for my Friends [from half-title: Greens and Blues and All the Rhythms in Between]
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"Facts Are Facts": The historic facts revealed here for the first time provide incontestible evidence that their continued suppression will prove inimical to the security of the nation, the peace of the world, the welfare of humanity, and the progress of civilization. A facsimile reproduction reprinted to meet the many requests for a copy of the letter addressed to Dr. David Goldstein [...] by its author Benjamin H. Freedman of New York City, Dated October 10, 1954
New York: Benjamin H. Freedman, 1955. First Thus. Anti-semitic letter from one Jewish convert to Roman Catholicism to another. With the promotional flyer produced by Conde McGinley, editor of the semi-monthly, anti-Communist and anti-Semitic newspaper Common Sense, financially backed by Freedman. OCLC locates three copies of this edition, at the...
[Item #25746]
Price: $60.00
 
"Facts Are Facts": The historic facts revealed here for the first time provide incontestible evidence that their continued suppression will prove inimical to the security of the nation, the peace of the world, the welfare of humanity, and the progress of civilization. A facsimile reproduction reprinted to meet the many requests for a copy of the letter addressed to Dr. David Goldstein [...] by its author Benjamin H. Freedman of New York City, Dated October 10, 1954
119.

Abstract Comerce [sic] and Enterprise in Central Colombia, 1821-1870 [...] Parte [sic] I (all published?)
Bogotá: Centro de Estudios sobre Desarrollo Económico, Universidad de los Andes, 1965. First Edition. Author's PhD thesis, originally titled "Commerce and Enterprise in Central Colombia, 1821-1870," and submitted to the faculty of Political Science at Columbia University. Catalogued in OCLC as "Abstract Commerce and Enterprise in Central Colombia, 1821-1870." Large...
[Item #25744]
Price: $50.00
 
Abstract Comerce [sic] and Enterprise in Central Colombia, 1821-1870 [...] Parte [sic] I (all published?)
120.

The Madison Avenue Cut-Out Book. Presentation by Bigger, Fusmythe, Roundheel, Clod & Smart
[New York: Citadel Press, 1962]. First Edition. Humorous cartoon collection poking fun at the advertising industry and its "Mad Men" culture. Begins with the client (here illustrated as a dog), with the advice to "Tell him he's your best friend." A client's lunch is portrayed as a martini: "Some clients...
[Item #25742]
Price: $50.00
 
The Madison Avenue Cut-Out Book. Presentation by Bigger, Fusmythe, Roundheel, Clod & Smart
121.

Fishke the Lame
New York: Thomas Yoseloff, [1960]. First Thus. Yiddish short story originally published in 1869 and expanded to novel length in 1888 recounting the lives of two crippled beggars and their competitor, a book peddler named Alter. A blistering critique of Jewish 19th-century society and its contempt for the poor. Octavo...
[Item #25740]
Price: $25.00
 
Fishke the Lame
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I, Candidate for Governor: And How I Got Licked
Pasadena: by the Author, 1935. First Edition. Sinclair's account of his 1934 California gubernatorial campaign, in which he polled nearly 900,000 votes under the "End Poverty In California" [EPIC] banner. GOTTESMAN A1520. First edition, author's issue (there was a simultaneous trade edition by Farrar & Rinehart). Octavo (20cm.); original printed...
[Item #25738]
Price: $25.00
 
I, Candidate for Governor: And How I Got Licked
123.

Sugarfields: Poems
N.p. S.i. 1970. First Edition. The Chicago-born author's first published book of poems, mostly about her native city. Several of these poems first appeared in the pages of Nommo and Negro Digest. With a 3-page introduction by Hoyt W. Fuller, and cover designed by Emmett McBain. First Printing. Square octavo...
[Item #25737]
Price: $30.00
 
Sugarfields: Poems
124.

The Confession
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1958. First American Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); original boards in pictorial dust jacket by Milton Glaser; [6],180,[4]pp. Jacket a touch dust-soiled, else About Fine. Novel originally published in the Italian in 1955.
[Item #25736]
Price: $20.00
 
The Confession
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Lettre a M. Thiers
Paris: Alexandre-Pierre, 1848. First Edition. Second letter of a series of three by Barrault, composed shortly after the Revolution of 1848, and addressed to leading political and public figures, including Alphonse de Lamartine and David Rothschild. Barrault, a staunch Saint-Simonian socialist and editor of the Tocsan des Travailleurs (The Workers'...
[Item #25735]
Price: $150.00
 
Lettre a M. Thiers

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