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The Angry Children of Malcolm X
Nashville & Boston: Southern Student Organizing Committee & New England Free Press, N.d. [ca 1967]. Reprints an essay by Julius Lester which originally appeared in the November 1966 issue of Sing Out. This copy in pink wrappers, with SSOC co-publication statement - presumably the second printing (preceded by the SSOC...
[Item #14506]
Price: $50.00
 
The Angry Children of Malcolm X
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La Responsabilitá e la Solidarietá nella Lotta Operaia. Rapporto letto alla Freedom Discussion Group il 5 Dicembre 1899. Prima Edizione Italiana
Barre, VT: Casa Editrice l'Azione, 1913. First Edition Thus. Italian translation of Nettlau's important essay "Responsibility and Solidarity in the Labor Struggle," first published in the anarchist journal Freedom (Jan & Apr, 1900). The translator is not identified, but was likely Luigi Galleani, who was the leading intellectual among the...
[Item #14111]
Price: $120.00
 
La Responsabilitá e la Solidarietá nella Lotta Operaia. Rapporto letto alla Freedom Discussion Group il 5 Dicembre 1899. Prima Edizione Italiana
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Madri d'Italia! per Augusto Masetti
Lynn, MA: Tipografia della Cronaca Sovversiva, 1913. First Edition. A plea for the release of Augusto Masetti, an Italian soldier in the Libyan campaign who assassinated his colonel during a long-winded rallying of the troops. Masetti is reputed to have shouted: "Down with the War! Long Live Anarchy!" while committing...
[Item #14108]
Price: $200.00
 
Madri d'Italia! per Augusto Masetti
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Blood Is The Harvest
N.p. [Great Neck, NY?]: Esoteric Press, 1979. Reprint. Limited edition reprint (500 copies) of this exceedingly uncommon anti-Communist comic book, originally issued in 1947 by the Catechetical Guild, a conservative Catholic publisher in St. Paul, Minnesota. Artist and author unattributed. Neither the original nor this reprint are located via OCLC...
[Item #14585]
Price: $85.00
 
Blood Is The Harvest
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Autograph Letter, signed. 1pp, to "Mr. Carroll," dated Feb. 12, 1932
Danbury: 1932. Young, responding to an inquiry, refers his correspondent to a passage in his recently published autobiography (On My Way, NY: 1932). In a postscript Young adds: "Speaking only for my own soul I am glad that not many years out of my life were wasted doing pictorial comment...
[Item #14483]
Price: $300.00
 
Autograph Letter, signed. 1pp, to "Mr. Carroll," dated Feb. 12, 1932
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Typed Letter, signed. 1pp, to Jack Carney, dated July 23, 1919
New York: 1919. A letter with good content to Carney, who at this time was editor of The Irish Worker. Eastman refers to a meeting at which both he and Carney were present, expressing regret that "...I failed to see you when you were here...I am so preoccupied and anxious...
[Item #14479]
Price: $300.00
 
Typed Letter, signed. 1pp, to Jack Carney, dated July 23, 1919
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Typed Letter, signed. 1pp, to Art Young, dated Nov. 11, 1912
[Terre Haute]: 1912. Brief letter in which Theodore Debs writes on behalf of his older brother, the prominent Socialist and Presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs, a few days after the end of Debs' unsuccessful Presidential campaign of 1912: "Dear Comrade Young - Gene wishes me to send you a thousand...
[Item #14481]
Price: $300.00
 
Typed Letter, signed. 1pp, to Art Young, dated Nov. 11, 1912
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Boardman Robinson. With Chapters by Arnold Blanch & Adolf Dehn
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1946. First Edition. Quarto (33cm). Tan linen boards lettered in gilt; pictorial dustjacket; xv, 132pp + 63 leaves of plates. Inscribed by Boardman Robinson on verso of frontispiece: "Especially signed for my colleague Florence Quirk / Boardman Robinson," datemarked Colorado Springs, 1946. A tight, Near...
[Item #14325]
Price: $250.00
 
Boardman Robinson. With Chapters by Arnold Blanch & Adolf Dehn
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Nobody Starves
New York: Longmans, Green, 1932. First Edition. A female heroine survives economic depression and a violent labor strike in 1930's Detroit, only to be shot by her deranged, unemployed husband. All but forgotten today, this is one of the really great proletarian novels of the Depression, highly praised upon publication...
[Item #14440]
Price: $450.00
 
Nobody Starves
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Application for Membership in The Miners' Protective Association, Cripple Creek, Colo.
[Cripple Creek]: [1913]. Application of one Charles Doughty, an "ore-sorter," for membership in the Miners' Protection Association, date-stamped Jan 31, 1913. Following the Colorado mine strike of 1903-1904, which was led by the radical Western Federation of Miners under legendary leader William "Big Bill" Haywood, Colorado mine owners succeeded in...
[Item #14332]
Price: $175.00
 
Application for Membership in The Miners' Protective Association, Cripple Creek, Colo.
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The Struggle in Colorado for Industrial Freedom. No. 13 - August 17, 1914. The Activities in Colorado of "Mother Jones"
[Denver]: [Committee of Coal Mine Managers], 1914. First Edition. One of a series of anti-union "newsletters" issued weekly by the Committee of Coal Mine Managers in an effort to sway public opinion away from the Western Federation of Miners during the protracted and bloody 1914 Colorado coal strike. These leaflets...
[Item #14349]
Price: $175.00
 
The Struggle in Colorado for Industrial Freedom. No. 13 - August 17, 1914. The Activities in Colorado of "Mother Jones"
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Can The People Win Peace?
Chicago: American Peace Mobilization, [1940]. An interesting example of the Comintern's Hitler-Stalin Pact-era "pacifism" - the authors argue vigorously against American participation in WWII, a position that they would reverse abruptly on June 21, 1941, the day Hitler launched his invasion of the Soviet Union. At this point the organization...
[Item #14339]
Price: $95.00
 
Can The People Win Peace?
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Appeal of Earl Browder to the members of the C.P.U.S.A.!
(New York): By the Author, 1946. First Edition. A personal appeal from Browder, formerly the leader of the CPUSA, to the Party membership, dated three days after his expulsion from the Party in February of 1946. The circular was printed and mailed at Browder's own expense, presumably using an address...
[Item #14330]
Price: $200.00
 
Appeal of Earl Browder to the members of the C.P.U.S.A.!
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20 Jahre Kapitalismus und Sozialismus
Moskau [Moscow]: Verlag fur Fremdsprachige Literaturq, 1938. First Edition. Varga (1879-1964) was a Hungarian-born economist whose long career in the Comintern earned him the Order of Lenin and the Stalin Prize in 1953. The present volume is a comparative analysis of Communist and Capitalist economies in the twenty years following...
[Item #14329]
Price: $600.00
 
20 Jahre Kapitalismus und Sozialismus
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The Long Pursuit
New York: Rinehart, 1947. First Edition. Satirical novel about an American radio troupe touring post-war Germany as part of a USO tour, drawing heavily on Freeman's own experience as a writer for the popular radio quiz show Information Please. The lengthy inscription is to American Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim, who...
[Item #14436]
Price: $750.00
 
The Long Pursuit
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Golda Meir: Israel's Leader. Inscribed (as Israeli Prime Minister) to George Meany (as AFL President)
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1969. Second Printing. A superb association and a very attractive example of Meir's autograph, produced during her tenure as Prime Minister of Israel and during Meany's presidency of the AFL. Octavo (21cm). Cloth boards; dustjacket; 366pp. Second printing of the revised edition, INSCRIBED on front...
[Item #14041]
Price: $500.00
 
Golda Meir: Israel's Leader. Inscribed (as Israeli Prime Minister) to George Meany (as AFL President)
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La Desocupacion y La Maquinaria
New York: Solidaridad [Solidarity], N.d. [ca 1935]. First Edition Thus. Spanish-language edition of MacDonald's Unemployment and the Machine [MILES 4312]. The English-language version first appeared in 1923; the present edition appears to be rather later, probably ca. mid-1930s. Octavo (23cm). Staple-bound pamphlet. Original pictorial wrappers; 103pp. Minor chipping to wrapper...
[Item #14519]
Price: $85.00
 
La Desocupacion y La Maquinaria
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Puerto Rican Obituary
New York: Monthly Review Press, 1973. First Edition. First published collection by this important Puerto Rican poet, including the title poem "Puerto Rican Obituary" - Pietri's best-known work, and something of an anthem for the Nuyorican Poetry movement. Pietri (1944-2004) was a co-founder, with Miguel Piñero and Miguel Algarín, of...
[Item #14549]
Price: $250.00
 
Puerto Rican Obituary
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The Wild Party. With an Introduction by Louis Untermeyer. Decorations by Steele Savage
New York: The Citadel Press, 1949. Reprint. Somewhat uncommon edition of March's classic narrative poem chronicling the adventures of Burrs and Queenie, a pair of jazz-age swells. Text illustrations in black and white by Steele Savage; the dustjacket art is unattributed, obviously later, and lurid in suitable proportion to the...
[Item #14307]
Price: $125.00
 
The Wild Party. With an Introduction by Louis Untermeyer. Decorations by Steele Savage
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Original Film Poster: Raices: una pelicula de Manuel Barbachano Ponce - dirigida por Benito Alazraki
[Mexico]: Offset Multicolor S.A. 1955. Handsome photomontage poster advertising Benito Alazraki's 1954 film Raices (released in the United States with the title Roots). The film, now viewed as a landmark of Latin American filmmaking, was controversial for its realistic depiction of economic injustices against the indigenous peoples of Mexico. The...
[Item #14345]
Price: $750.00
 
Original Film Poster: Raices: una pelicula de Manuel Barbachano Ponce - dirigida por Benito Alazraki
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Prison Exposures: First Photographs Inside Prison by a Convict
Philadelphia: Chilton Company, 1959. First Edition. An inmate's intimate photographs of life inside the Iowa State Prison. A note on the copyright page states: "The older photographs in theis book were taken by former prison photographer 'Satan' Andrews and by Tom Runyon. Both men are deceased." Reprinted in year of...
[Item #10254]
Price: $125.00
 
Prison Exposures: First Photographs Inside Prison by a Convict
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F.O.B. Detroit
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1938. First Edition. A worker's life and hard times in the Detroit auto industry, written by a one-time Ford employee. The inscribee, Paul Jordan-Smith (1885-1971), was a California journalist and editor who achieved notoriety in 1931 as the founder of the so-called "Disumbrationist School of...
[Item #14416]
Price: $200.00
 
F.O.B. Detroit
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The Advancing Proletaire
Chicago: International Song Publishers, [ca 1920]. First Edition. Scarce labor song-sheet issued by this short-lived Chicago Socialist music publishing cooperative, co-founded by Douglas Robson (who contributed at least two compositions to the IWW Songbook); and Rudolf Liebich, who according to Archie Green in his Big Red Songbook was the pianist...
[Item #14473]
Price: $150.00
 
The Advancing Proletaire
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God of Might
New York: Minton, Balch, 1925. First Edition. A "problem novel," dealing with Jewish-Gentile intermarriage, and attendant anti-Semitism, in a midwestern city. Tobenkin was the author of two Rideout novels, Witte Arrives (1916) and The Road (1922). A key work of Jewish-American literature, truly scarce in dustjacket. HANNA 3520. Octavo (19.5cm)...
[Item #14432]
Price: $300.00
 
God of Might
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Radical America Komiks
Madison: Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), 1969. First printing. Includes contributions by Gilbert Shelton, S. Clay Wilson, Rick Griffin, Rory Hayes, and others. Quarto. Staple-bound glossy pictorial wrappers; [38pp]. Issued as Volume III, Number 1 of "Radical America," the SDS bi-monthly. Very mild cover wear; Near Fine.
[Item #13244]
Price: $80.00
 
Radical America Komiks


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