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126.

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]
127.

Magazine 5 [Signed by John Sinclair]
New York: N.P. [ca.1965-66]. The fifth issue (of 6) of this poetry magazine of the Mimeo Revolution. Contributors include Ed Saunders, Diane Wakoski, John Sinclair, John Keys, and Paul Blackburn, et al. Quarto (29cm); 8.5 X 11 inch sheets, mimeographed, printed recto and verso; side-stapled and covered in a jacket...
[Item #18389]
Price: $150.00
 
Magazine 5 [Signed by John Sinclair]
128.

The New Jerusalem
San Francisco: Red I. Arobateau, 1970. First Edition. An early collection of poetry by Red I. Arobateau, a transsexual author of mixed race heritage (Caucasian, Hispanic, Native and African American). Her work prominently features the down-and-out street lesbians and working class gay-lesbian-bi-trans characters in her native San Francisco Bay area...
[Item #18386]
Price: $75.00
 
The New Jerusalem
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The Hour Assembles Its Allies
San Francisco: Red I. Arobateau, 1970. First Edition. An early collection of poetry by Red I. Arobateau, a transsexual author of mixed race heritage (Caucasian, Hispanic, Native and African American). Her work prominently features the down-and-out street lesbians and working class gay-lesbian-bi-trans characters in her native San Francisco Bay area...
[Item #18384]
Price: $75.00
 
The Hour Assembles Its Allies
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The Story of A Street: A Narrative History of Wall Street from 1644 to 1908
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1908. First Edition. Described as a "Narrative History of Wall Street from 1644 to 1908," though only the final chapter deals with Wall Street in the brokerage era. Nicely illustrated with sepia halftone reproductions of contemporary views and documents. Sharp copy. Octavo (21cm). Original green...
[Item #18376]
Price: $75.00
 
The Story of A Street: A Narrative History of Wall Street from 1644 to 1908
131.

The Liberator - Vol.3, No.12 (December, 1920)
New York: The Liberator Publishing Company, 1920. Quarto (27.5cm). Original pictorial wrappers, stapled; 34pp. Text edges browned, but not brittle; toning along spine fold and cover edges, with a faint vertical crease along center of front cover and foxing along the upper margin of same; Very Good. The issue includes...
[Item #18344]
Price: $125.00
 
The Liberator - Vol.3, No.12 (December, 1920)
132.

Tortura y Salvacion de Malaga (Episodios de la Guerra Civil - Numero 6)
Valladolid: Libreria Santaren, [1937]. First Edition. One of a series of anti-Republican tracts by this fascist author, this detailing the liberation of Malaga by the Nationalist troops in 1937. Striking cover graphic signed "S.F." Uncommon, with few individual holdings noted in WorldCat, though some institutions seem to have catalogued the...
[Item #18319]
Price: $75.00
 
Tortura y Salvacion de Malaga (Episodios de la Guerra Civil - Numero 6)
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The Spanish Revolution. Weekly English Bulletin of the Workers' Party of Marxist Unification of Spain (P.O.U.M.). Fourteen Issues (of Seventeen)
Barcelona: P.O.U.M. 1936-37. A substantially complete run, lacking only three issues, of this rare and fragile weekly, issued by the P.O.U.M. and edited by the American Trotskyists Lois and Charles Orr. By the time the weekly began publication, the P.O.U.M. was already under heavy attack by Stalinist groups, and following...
[Item #18318]
Price: $1,200.00
 
The Spanish Revolution. Weekly English Bulletin of the Workers' Party of Marxist Unification of Spain (P.O.U.M.). Fourteen Issues (of Seventeen)
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Himno de Riego: National Anthem of the Spanish Republic
London: Friends of the Spanish Republic, N.d. [1937?]. English version of the Anthem of the Spanish Republic, published "in support of the people in Spain in their fight for a free democracy and against Fascism." Rare; not located in OCLC; none others in commerce (2013). Quarto. Single sheet folded to...
[Item #18316]
Price: $200.00
 
Himno de Riego: National Anthem of the Spanish Republic
135.

How "Progressive" Is Your School? Apply This Test
New Rochelle, NY: America's Future, Inc. 1954. First Edition. A checklist to determine whether your child might be the victim of covert socialist indoctrination. The author points to such evidence as lack of report cards, reduction in homework, and removal of penmanship from the curriculum as definitive warning signs. Issued...
[Item #18312]
Price: $60.00
 
How "Progressive" Is Your School? Apply This Test
136.

Soviet Russia Today. Vol. 1, no. 1 (February 1932)
New York: Friends of the Soviet Union, 1932. First Edition. Premiere issue of this long-lived propaganda magazine, the official organ of the Friends of the Soviet Union (later called the Council of American-Soviet Friendship), a CPUSA front group. The magazine's intent was to contrast the prosperity of Soviet Russia under...
[Item #18309]
Price: $250.00
 
Soviet Russia Today. Vol. 1, no. 1 (February 1932)
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Out of the Crocodile's Mouth: Russian Cartoons About The United States From "Krokodil," Moscow's Humor Magazine
Washington, D.C. Public Affairs Press, 1949. First Edition. Anthology of anti-U.S. cartoons from the leading Soviet satirical magazine of the period, including the work of Boris Effimov, "Kukryniksy", and others. Unusual in such nice condition. Quarto (28cm). Original tan cloth boards, lettered in red; dustjacket; 116pp (chiefly illus). A fine...
[Item #18303]
Price: $125.00
 
Out of the Crocodile's Mouth: Russian Cartoons About The United States From "Krokodil," Moscow's Humor Magazine
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"Super Fly" A Political and Cultural Condemnation by the Kuumba Workshop
Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972. First Edition. An analysis of the 1972 Blaxploitation movie "Super Fly," directed by Gordon Parks, Jr. and starring Ron O'Neal. The authors condemn the film, claiming it "exploits one of the greatest problems facing black people by glamorizing a dope dealer, placing an unmistakable...
[Item #18300]
Price: $75.00
 
"Super Fly" A Political and Cultural Condemnation by the Kuumba Workshop
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The Mulatto in the United States. Reprinted from "The American Journal of Sociology", July, 1917
N.p. [Washington, D.C.: by the Author, 1917], 1917. Review of Edward Byron Reuter's influential sociological treatise "The Mulatto in the United States." Miller offers a rather scathing review, characterizing the author as "provincial" and "pretentious" and particularly criticizing his definition of "mulatto" as "a general term to include all negroes...
[Item #18297]
Price: $250.00
 
The Mulatto in the United States. Reprinted from "The American Journal of Sociology", July, 1917
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Eugenics of the Negro Race. Reprinted from "The Scientific Monthly", July, 1917
N.p. [Washington, D.C.: by the Author, 1917], 1917. Brief but quite sophisticated discussion of the issue of race eugenics and whether the "professional class" of Negroes would be self-sustaining through its own reproductivity;" Miller's preliminary conclusion is that "the upper class is headed towards extinction, unless reinforced from the fruitful...
[Item #18295]
Price: $250.00
 
Eugenics of the Negro Race. Reprinted from "The Scientific Monthly", July, 1917
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The Legend of La Llorona: A Short Novel
Berkeley: Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol International, 1984. First Edition. First Printing, a trade paperback original. Octavo; white illustrated wrappers, printed in black and green; 95pp; illus. A Fine, unread copy of the author's fifth book, a short novel based on the Mexican legend of "La Llorona," or wailing woman.
[Item #18282]
Price: $25.00
 
The Legend of La Llorona: A Short Novel
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The Silence of the Llano: Short Stories
Berkeley: Tonatiuh-Quinto Sol International, 1982. First Edition. First Printing, a trade paperback original. Octavo; beige wrappers, with titles printed in dark brown on spine and front panel; 174pp. About Fine, with just a touch of dustiness to text edges. Anaya's fourth book, a collection of short fiction.
[Item #18281]
Price: $20.00
 
The Silence of the Llano: Short Stories
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Tortuga
Berkeley: Editorial Justa Publications, 1979. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo; illustrated wrappers printed in yellow, black, tan, and brown;197pp. Few spots of discoloration to right edge of text, with some marginalia (in ink) scattered throughout the text; Very Good+. The author's third book dealing with childhood illness, published simultaneously in...
[Item #18280]
Price: $35.00
 
Tortuga
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Great Lyricists: Patti Smith
[London]: Guardian News & Media, 2008. First Edition. Small octavo; mauve wraps printed in black and white, stapled; 26pp. A Fine copy. No.6 in a series of 8 produced by The Guardian, reproducing song lyrics by Patti Smith with a foreword by author Rick Moody.
[Item #18239]
Price: $25.00
 
Great Lyricists: Patti Smith
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The 42nd Parallel
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1930. First Edition. The first volume in Dos Passos' famed "USA" trilogy, a landmark work among the many experiments in social-realism of the Thirties. Though Dos Passos was already an established novelist by 1930, The 42nd Parallel was published in the harsh first year of...
[Item #18226]
Price: $950.00
 
The 42nd Parallel
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Points In Time
London: Peter Owen, 1982. First UK Edition. First Impression. Octavo; brown paper over boards, with titles stamped in silver on spine; dustjacket; 92pp. Fine in a Near Fine, unclipped dustjacket, with a touch of sunning to spine.
[Item #18201]
Price: $35.00
 
Points In Time
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Flaubert's Parrot
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985. First American Edition. First Printing. Octavo; 3/4 white paper over boards, quarterbound in teal cloth with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 190pp. Fine in a Fine, unclipped dustjacket. A sharp copy of the author's third book, which was short-listed for the Man...
[Item #18172]
Price: $50.00
 
Flaubert's Parrot
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Let It Come Down [Limited Edition, Signed]
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1980. First Edition Thus. Limited Issue, one of 350 numbered copies signed by Bowles. Octavo; 3/4 light blue paper over boards, quarterbound in beige cloth with blue spine label printed in red and green; 292pp, [6]. Lower right corners gently tapped, else Near Fine in...
[Item #18135]
Price: $100.00
 
Let It Come Down [Limited Edition, Signed]
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In The Red Room
Los Angeles: Sylvester & Orphanos, 1981. First, Limited Edition. One of 300 numbered copies signed by the author. Square octavo; red cloth, with titling and decorations stamped in black and gilt on spine and front panel; 32pp, [1]. Fine, but for two tiny rubbed spots to gilt on front panel...
[Item #18127]
Price: $100.00
 
In The Red Room
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The Moneychangers
New York: B.W. Dodge, 1908. First Edition. A novel of high finance, centering on the Stock Market Panic of 1907. The protagonist, a young lawyer with socialist leanings, is radicalized by his exposure to the corrupt machinations of wall Street. A sequel to "The Metropolis" (1907); intended as the second...
[Item #18121]
Price: $75.00
 
The Moneychangers

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