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Toward Security Through Disarmament: A report prepared for the American Friends Service Committee
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1952. First Edition. Octavo (22.75cm.); original yellow pictorial staplebound wrappers; 48pp. Wrapper extremities a bit foxed and toned, else Very Good.
[Item #28166]
Price: $20.00
 
Toward Security Through Disarmament: A report prepared for the American Friends Service Committee. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE.
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Return to Human Decency [drop title]
[Cambridge, MA? American Friends Service, New England Region, ca. 1957]. First Edition. Octavo (22.75cm.); photographically illustrated bifolium printed on cream stock. Fine. Compilation of quotes by various newssources and scientists against nuclear bomb testing, all dated 1957. Unlocated in OCLC as of September, 2015.
[Item #27436]
Price: $30.00
 
Return to Human Decency [drop title]. NEW ENGLAND REGION AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE.
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Congress and the Atom
Stanford: Stanford Law Review, 1948. Staple-bound pamphlet; original printed wraps; pp 23-42. Toning and light soil to covers; internally fine. Offprint from the Stanford Law Review, Vol. 1 No. 1 (November 1948).
[Item #7443]
Price: $20.00
 
Congress and the Atom. ATOMIC WARFARE, LAW, Herbert S. MARKS.
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Bertrand Russell Calls for Vast Movement of Protest [...] and Will Speak 6 August, Speakers Corner, 3pm
London: Committee of 100, [1961]. First Edition. Octavo broadsheet (25.75cm.); text printed in brown. Top half of leaf a bit rumpled, else Very Good and sound. Announcement for one of the Committee's lesser-known events, an address delivered by co-founder Bertrand Russell. OCLC locates one copy as of October, 2015, at McMaster (Ontario).
[Item #27796]
Price: $50.00
 
Bertrand Russell Calls for Vast Movement of Protest [...] and Will Speak 6 August, Speakers Corner, 3pm. COMMITTEE OF 100.
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Mass Resistance [cover title]
London: Committee of 100, [1961]. First Edition. Octavo bifolium (20.75cm.); purple text printed on blue stock. Fine. Anti-nuclear Committee's mission statement. Co-founded by Ralph Schoenman and his employer Bertrand Russell, the Committee was one of the earliest to use British artist Gerald Holtom's now-ubiquitous peace sign, first created for the...
[Item #27795]
Price: $45.00
 
Mass Resistance [cover title]. COMMITTEE OF 100.
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Mass Resistance, Saturday, 9th December, 1961 [cover title]
[London: Goodwin Press Ltd], 1961. First Edition. Small octavo (20.5cm.); single sheet folded into 6-panelled pamphlet. Fine. Anti-nuclear Committee announcing blocking and mass walk-on demonstrations on December 9, 1961, at Ruislip, Middlesex and Brize Norton, Oxford, as well as Cardiff, Bristol, Yorkshire, and Manchester. Donation blank provided on one panel...
[Item #27794]
Price: $45.00
 
Mass Resistance, Saturday, 9th December, 1961 [cover title]. COMMITTEE OF 100.
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Structure and Destruction of the Atom According to Plato's Timaeus
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1949. Offprint. Octavo (23.25cm.); original grey printed staplebound wrappers; [2],225-240pp.; 4 plates with overlaying tissue guards illustrated in red. Rear wrapper a bit toned along extremities, else Fine. First published in University of California Publications in Philosophy, Vol. 16, no. 11.
[Item #29841]
Price: $75.00
 
Structure and Destruction of the Atom According to Plato's Timaeus. Paul FRIEDLÄNDER.
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The World Without the Bomb: Story of the Accra Assembly
[Berkeley: Women for Peace, 1962]. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); photo-illustrated staplebound wrappers; 37pp.; illus. throughout, text printed from typescript. Some toning along extremities, else About Fine. Events of the Accra Assembly organized by President Kwame Nkrumah, who had proposed the previous year that the Parliament of Ghana used 1.5% of...
[Item #31702]
Price: $60.00
 
The World Without the Bomb: Story of the Accra Assembly. Frances W. HERRING.
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Hiroshima Declaration [cover title]
[Hiroshima: Committee of the Hiroshima Conference, 1970]. First Edition. Publication of the events of the Hiroshima Conference, whose main subject was "Conditions of Peace in the Nuclear Age," held twenty-five years after the dropping of the atom bomb. The Declaration itself calls for the outlaw and destruction of all nuclear...
[Item #31550]
Price: $150.00
 
Hiroshima Declaration [cover title]. HIROSHIMA CONFERENCE.
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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. Insurgent Squeegee.
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Tomorrow Is Already Here. Translated by Marguerite Waldman, with an Introduction by Herbert Agar
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1954. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm). Cloth-backed, glossy-paper boards; dustjacket; 242pp. Copy of American artist Ben Shahn, with his ownership signature at head of first fly-leaf. Boards slightly discolored, else a tight, Near Fine copy in lightly worn and spine-sunned dustwrapper. From the library of Ben...
[Item #17224]
Price: $40.00
 
Tomorrow Is Already Here. Translated by Marguerite Waldman, with an Introduction by Herbert Agar. Robert JUNGK.
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On Thermonuclear War
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1960. First Edition. A Cold War classic, and Kahn's magnum opus, one of the first works to systematically predict the outcomes of "total war" with the Soviet Union. Kahn was co-founder of the Hudson Institute and among the foremost futurologists of his period. He was also...
[Item #32118]
Price: $100.00
 
On Thermonuclear War. Herman KAHN.
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Vote Yes on September 23rd for a Nuclear-Free Maine: An Anthology by Maine Artists
[Hulls Cove, ME: Dog Ear Press, 1980]. First Edition. Octavo (21.75cm.); original pictorial staplebound card double wrappers, yapp edges; 56pp.; illus. throughout, text printed in red and black. Wrappers a bit soiled and shelf-worn, some pencil notes to rear cover, contents fine. About Very Good overall. From the Library of...
[Item #28809]
Price: $50.00
 
Vote Yes on September 23rd for a Nuclear-Free Maine: An Anthology by Maine Artists. Mark MELNICOVE, ed.
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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. No Business As Usual.
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Greenham Women Against Cruise Missiles
New York: Center for Constitutional Rights, 1984. First Edition. Focuses on the demonstration and lawsuit by the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp (Newbury, Berkshire, U.K.) against U.S. Government officials (including President Ronald Reagan) to halt the deployment of ground-launched cruise missiles at Greenham Common Air Force Base. Staple-bound pamphlet. Pictorial...
[Item #16377]
Price: $15.00
 
Greenham Women Against Cruise Missiles. NUKES, Center For Constitutional Rights.
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No More War!
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1958. First Edition. Octavo. Black cloth boards; dustjacket; 254pp. Very Good in a somewhat tatty (but complete) dustwrapper, with numerous brief closed tears to extremities. Nobel laureate's analysis of nuclear warfare.
[Item #28705]
Price: $20.00
 
No More War! Linus PAULING.
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Poster: Paradis Perdu / Non a la Bombe en Polynesie
Paris: MCAA, n.d., ca. 1968. First Edition. Exceedingly scarce protest poster designed by the French commercial artist Andre Roland for the French anti-nuclear organizatoin the MCAA (Mouvement Contre l'Arme Atomique), headed at the time by the militant pacifist and ecologist René Cruse. The present image, in reference to the nuclear...
[Item #32002]
Price: $200.00
 
Poster: Paradis Perdu / Non a la Bombe en Polynesie. Andre ROLAND.
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Kuboyama and the Saga of the Lucky Dragon
New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1965. First Edition. Hudson's text recounts the story of Aikichi Kuboyama, crewmember on a Japanese fishing vessel who died of radiation poisoning following the 1954 H-Bomb test on Bikini Atoll. The incident inspired a series of allegorical paintings from Shahn, reproductions of which are included here...
[Item #14219]
Price: $300.00
 
Kuboyama and the Saga of the Lucky Dragon. Ben SHAHN, Richard Hudson.
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Poster: Non a Toutes les Bombes
Paris: M.C.A.A. ca. 1968. First Edition. Anti-nuclear poster designed by the late and highly controversial cartoonist Siné for the Mouvement Contre l'Armement Atomique. The image shows a death's head out of whose eyes and ears are three people in distress. Siné, a noted anarchist cartoonist for Charlies Hebdo, gained notoriety...
[Item #32003]
Price: $200.00
 
Poster: Non a Toutes les Bombes. "SINÉ", Maurice Sinet.
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The Case for Disarmament [cover title]
[Philadelphia: Reprinted...for the Program on Disarmament by Peace Education Program, American Friends Service Committee, 1960]. Reprint. Octavo (21.25cm.); pictorial staplebound self-wrappers; 6pp.; illus., printed on grey stock. Extremities a bit toned, else About Very Good. Reprinted from The Progressive, April, 1960. OCLC locates 4 copies as of November, 2015, at...
[Item #28163]
Price: $25.00
 
The Case for Disarmament [cover title]. John SWOMLEY, Jr.