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151.

The Game
New York: Regent Press, 1913. Reprint. Demi-octavo (19cm). Blue cloth boards, staped in red and yellow; pictorial dustjacket; 182pp. Top edge of text block a little dusty, else a tight, Near Fine copy in the original pictorial dustwrapper, creased on spine but otherwise fresh and complete. Early reprint of London's...
[Item #21003]
Price: $50.00
 
The Game
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The Liberator - Vol.1, No.1 (March 1918)
New York: Liberator Publishing Co. 1918. Premiere issue of this socialist journal, Max Eastman's follow-up publication to The Masses. Notable contributions include work by Helen Keller ("In Behalf of the I.W.W."), John Reed ("Red Russia: The Triumph of the Bolsheviki"), Robert Minor ("The Peril of Tom Mooney"), as well as...
[Item #20987]
Price: $100.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.1, No.1 (March 1918)
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The Liberator - Vol.4, No.10 (October 1921)
New York: Liberator Publishing Co. 1921. The issue includes contributions by Max Eastman, Norman Matson, Claude McKay, Floyd Dell, Art Shields, and Agnes Smedly, et al. Illustrated throughout with cartoons by Boardman Robinson, Art Young, and J.J. Lankes. Quarto (27cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 34pp. Tanning to text edges and wrapper...
[Item #20986]
Price: $100.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.4, No.10 (October 1921)
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The Liberator - Vol.5, No.4 (April 1922)
New York: Liberator Publishing Co. 1922. This issue contains contributions by Claude McKay, Max Eastman, Maurice Becker, and Floyd Dell, et al. With illustrations throughout by Robert Minor, Hugo Gellert, and Boardman Robinson, and cover art by Hugo Gellert. Quarto (27cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 34pp; illus. Light overall wear, with...
[Item #20982]
Price: $100.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.5, No.4 (April 1922)
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The Liberator - Vol.5, No.6 (June 1922)
New York: Liberator Publishing Co. 1922. This issue has contributions by Michael Gold, Dick Orson, Lucy Maverick, and Floyd Dell, et al. With illustrations throughout by William Gropper, Wanda Gag, and Cornelia Barns, et al. Quarto (27cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 34pp; illus. Faint vertical fold at center, light tanning to...
[Item #20980]
Price: $75.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.5, No.6 (June 1922)
156.

The Liberator - Vol.1, No.4 (June 1918)
New York: Liberator Publishing Co. 1918. An early issue of The Liberator, with contributions by Floyd Dell, Max Eastman, John Reed, James Weldon Johnson and Morris Hillquit, et al. With illustrations throughout by Boardman Robinson and Art Young. Quarto (27.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 42pp; illus. Wrappers lightly edgeworn, with foxing...
[Item #20978]
Price: $100.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.1, No.4 (June 1918)
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The Blast: Revolutionary Labor Paper - Vol.1, No.13 (May 15, 1916)
San Francisco: Alexander Berkman, 1916. Uncommonly nice copy of Berkman's important revolutionary journal, published from 1916 to 1917 (29 issues total). Though conceived as a pro-labor revolutionary organ without specific political affiliations, The Blast, as one would predict given Berkman's background and affiliations, tended strongly toward a militant anarchist point...
[Item #20569]
Price: $200.00
 
The Blast: Revolutionary Labor Paper - Vol.1, No.13 (May 15, 1916)
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The Blast: Revolutionary Labor Paper - Vol.1, No.12 (May 1, 1916)
San Francisco: Alexander Berkman, 1916. Uncommonly nice copy of Berkman's important revolutionary journal, published from 1916 to 1917 (29 issues total). Though conceived as a pro-labor revolutionary organ without specific political affiliations, The Blast, as one would predict given Berkman's background and affiliations, tended strongly toward a militant anarchist point...
[Item #20568]
Price: $200.00
 
The Blast: Revolutionary Labor Paper - Vol.1, No.12 (May 1, 1916)
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The Blast: Revolutionary Labor Paper - Vol.1, No.10 (April 1, 1916)
San Francisco: Alexander Berkman, 1916. Uncommonly nice copy of Berkman's important revolutionary journal, published from 1916 to 1917 (29 issues total). Though conceived as a pro-labor revolutionary organ without specific political affiliations, The Blast, as one would predict given Berkman's background and affiliations, tended strongly toward a militant anarchist point...
[Item #20567]
Price: $200.00
 
The Blast: Revolutionary Labor Paper - Vol.1, No.10 (April 1, 1916)
160.

Art Front - Vol.3, Nos.3-4 (May, 1937)
New York: Art Front, [1937]. An important, if now seldom-seen, publication, whose editorial board included Stuart Davis, Louis Lozowick, Joe Solman, Angel Flores, Harold Glintenkamp, Jacob Burck, William Gropper and others. Though not officially affiliated with any political party, Art Front was a major proving ground for revolutionary social-realist art...
[Item #20558]
Price: $200.00
 
Art Front - Vol.3, Nos.3-4 (May, 1937)
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The Liberator - Vol.3, No.6 (June, 1920)
New York: Liberator Publishing Co. 1920. Contents feature articles by Nikolai Lenin, Robert Minor, Louise Bryant, Bertrand Russell, and William F. Dunne, et al., with cartoons throughout by Art Young, Boardman Robinson and others. With striking cover art of a young gypsy couple by Lydia Gibson. Quarto (27.25cm); illustrated wrappers...
[Item #20557]
Price: $100.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.3, No.6 (June, 1920)
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Labor Defender - Vol.X, No.3 (March, 1934)
New York: International Labor Defense, 1934. This fragile and uncommon publication, issued from 1926 to 1937, is perhaps the most underappreciated of American radical magazines of the period. In addition to its bold photo-montage covers and pictorial style, the Labor Defender featured some of the finest radical writing of the...
[Item #20555]
Price: $175.00
 
Labor Defender - Vol.X, No.3 (March, 1934)
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Rules For Governing the Membership of Democratic Clubs, The Qualification of Voters and the Conduct of Primary Elections of the Democratic Party of South Carolina. Adopted May 15, 1912
N.p. [Columbia?]: Democratic Party of South Carolina, 1912. Membership rules for the South Carolina Democratic Party, at this time a notoriously racist political institution. Includes a section regulating the membership of Black voters, viz, "Rule Two: Every negro applying for membership in a Democratic club, or offering to vote in...
[Item #20550]
Price: $200.00
 
Rules For Governing the Membership of Democratic Clubs, The Qualification of Voters and the Conduct of Primary Elections of the Democratic Party of South Carolina. Adopted May 15, 1912
164.

How Women Can Best Serve the State. An Address before the State Federation of Women's Clubs, Troy, October 30th, 1907. Fourth Edition, Eighth Thousand
New York: The New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, 1907. Anti-suffrage tract, utilizing all the familiar establishment arguments of the day: that women already possessed sufficient influence through volunteer and charitable work; that women would lose their unique "power of indepence" once beholden to public interests; that the...
[Item #20534]
Price: $75.00
 
How Women Can Best Serve the State. An Address before the State Federation of Women's Clubs, Troy, October 30th, 1907. Fourth Edition, Eighth Thousand
165.

A Voice from Harper's Ferry. First published in 1861 by Osborne P. Anderson - A Black Revolutionary Who Was There
New York: World View Publishers, 1974. Reprint. Octavo. Staple-bound, pictorial card wrappers; 102pp; illus. Clean, tight and unmarked; Near Fine. Complete reprint of the 1861 edition, with added 30-pp introduction by Vincent Copeland.
[Item #20532]
Price: $20.00
 
A Voice from Harper's Ferry. First published in 1861 by Osborne P. Anderson - A Black Revolutionary Who Was There
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Schools and the Crisis
New York: International Publishers, 1934. First Edition. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet. Pictorial paper wrappers; 46pp. Light soil and a few small tears to wrapper edges, else Near Fine. SEIDMAN D34: "An assertion that the crisis in American education is catastrophic, that high schools and colleges are for the well-to-do, and that...
[Item #20531]
Price: $20.00
 
Schools and the Crisis
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Pa'Lante: Poetry Polity Prose of a New World. No 1 (all published)
New York: League of Militant Poets, 1962. First Edition. Planned as a quarterly journal of "...guerrilla writing of Latin America and new work from the socialist nations...including the writing of young Americans." The project seems never to have gotten fully off the ground, as we can find no evidence that...
[Item #20529]
Price: $25.00
 
Pa'Lante: Poetry Polity Prose of a New World. No 1 (all published)
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Crater News - Vol.1, No.12 (16 June, 1945)
[Honolulu]: Lieut. D.G. Rorie, 1945. Newsletter produced by US Navy officers stationed in Honolulu, this issue published just after V-E Day. Contents include the latest scuttlebutt, calendar of activities, sports news, and a few off-color jokes. Final page prints the main points of the G.I. Bill of Rights. Rare; we...
[Item #20528]
Price: $125.00
 
Crater News - Vol.1, No.12 (16 June, 1945)
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Crater News - Vol.1, No.11 (9 June, 1945)
[Honolulu]: Lieut. D.G. Rorie, 1945. Newsletter produced by US Navy officers stationed in Honolulu, this issue published just after V-E Day. Contents include the latest scuttlebutt, short fiction and poetry, calendar of activities, sports news, and a few off-color jokes, including a full page of anti-Japanese cartoons entitled "Japology." Rare;...
[Item #20527]
Price: $125.00
 
Crater News - Vol.1, No.11 (9 June, 1945)
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Confidential Chats With Young Men: "If Only Someone Had Told Me"
N.p. [Chicago?]: Shrewsbury Publishing Co, 1930. Octavo. Printed card wrappers; 75pp; 7 leaves of plates (halftones). Light external soil; text paper darkened (but not brittle); Very Good. On the dangers of syphillis. Crudely produced, and uncommon; OCLC gives two locations only (Pittsburgh State & Muhlenberg University). The author was a....
[Item #20526]
Price: $45.00
 
Confidential Chats With Young Men: "If Only Someone Had Told Me"
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The Negroes in a Soviet America
Belmont, MA: American Opinion, N.d. (ca 1960s). Reprint. SEIDMAN F190: "The depressed status of the Negro on the farm and in the city is contrasted with the communist ideal of self-determination of Negroes in the Black Belt and a proletarian revolution in the rest of the country." This reprint issued...
[Item #20525]
Price: $20.00
 
The Negroes in a Soviet America
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Southern Cotton Mills and Labor
New York: Workers Library, 1929. First Edition. Account of life and labor in the mills of North Carolina, with much on the actions of the CP-affiliated National Textile Union during the Gastonia strike. Concludes with a proclamation by the NTU, "A Call To Action for All Textile Workers," calling for...
[Item #20512]
Price: $150.00
 
Southern Cotton Mills and Labor
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Patria o Muerte. Discurso Pronunciado por el Doctor Fidel Castro Ruz, primer Ministro del Gobierno Revolucionaria, el dia primero de mayo, en la Plaza Civica, en conmemoracion del Dia Internacional Del Trabajo, 1 de Mayo de 1960
La Habana [Havana]: ConfederaciĆ³n de Trabajadores de Cuba, [1960]. First May Day address by Fidel Castro as Prime Minister of the Revolutionary Government of Cuba. Issued as "folleto no. 6 de adoctrinamiento Sindico-Revolucionario", by the Cuban Confederation of Workers (CTC). Includes a 2-pp preface by Jose Aguilera, Secretary of Propaganda...
[Item #20510]
Price: $150.00
 
Patria o Muerte. Discurso Pronunciado por el Doctor Fidel Castro Ruz, primer Ministro del Gobierno Revolucionaria, el dia primero de mayo, en la Plaza Civica, en conmemoracion del Dia Internacional Del Trabajo, 1 de Mayo de 1960
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Sixteen leaflets promoting The Conservative Society of America and the "American Party"
New Orleans / Pineville LA: Kent Courtney, 1965-72. 1. The Conservative Society of America: An Invitation to Patriotic Political Action (C.S.A. no. 1, 1969) 2. Meet Kent Courtney: A Biographical Sketch (C.S.A. no. 2, ca. 1970) 3. American Patriots Speak: Patrick Henry, Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death (CSA No. 3...
[Item #20506]
Price: $200.00
 
Sixteen leaflets promoting The Conservative Society of America and the "American Party"
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An Open Letter to Premier Stalin
New York: Henry A. Wallace, N.d. [ca 1947]. Calls on Stalin to join U.S. leaders to end the Cold War and join in a spirit of cooperation to achieve the rehabilitation of Europe, peace with Germany and the Far East, the control of atomic arms, and to initiate "a Century...
[Item #20504]
Price: $125.00
 
An Open Letter to Premier Stalin

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