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Berkeley Tribe - Final Issue (May 1972)
Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1972. The final issue of this radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb in 1969. According to the collective, the paper was a "victim of overwork, bourgeois individualism movemment slump, stale format, transient work force, no pay, declining circulation...
[Item #17250]
Price: $75.00
 
2.
Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.26 (January 15-22, 1971)
Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1971. A radical left newspaper from Berkeley, published by a contingent who left the Berkeley Barb, and containing a mix of politics, sex, and drug-related content. This issue contains a center spread calling for support of The White Panther Defense Fund, as well as a list...
[Item #17249]
Price: $75.00
 
Berkeley Tribe - Vol.3, No.26 (January 15-22, 1971)
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Poster: You don't have to belong to a minority group to register PEACE AND FREEDOM
Los Angeles: Peace and Freedom Party, [1968]. Variant registration drive poster produced by the Peace and Freedom Party, prominently featuring a photographic portrait of a young white female next to the slogan "You don't have to belong to a minority group to register Peace and Freedom." Not found in OCLC...
[Item #27974]
Price: $450.00
 
Poster: You don't have to belong to a minority group to register PEACE AND FREEDOM. AFRICAN AMERICANS.
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Report For Action
[Trenton]: Governor's Select Commission on Civil Disorder, State of New Jersey, 1968. First Edition. Government-sponsored report on the causes, effects, and potential remedies to the civil disturbances of 1967, with special attention to the Newark and Plainfield riots of that year. Illustrated with photographic text illustrations (halftones) documenting African-American ghetto...
[Item #16132]
Price: $75.00
 
Report For Action. AFRICAN AMERICANS, NEW JERSEY - NEWARK RIOTS, State of New Jersey Governor's Select Commission on Civil Disorder.
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Poster: You don't have to be Underprivileged to register PEACE AND FREEDOM
Los Angeles: Peace and Freedom Party, [1968]. Registration drive poster produced by the Peace and Freedom Party, prominently featuring a photographic portrait of a light-skinned, wealthy African American woman wearing a mink coat and diamonds. Presumably issued to raise awareness that voters need not belong to a particular soci-economic status...
[Item #27973]
Price: $450.00
 
Poster: You don't have to be Underprivileged to register PEACE AND FREEDOM. AFRICAN AMERICANS, PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY.
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Broadside: "We Support Ghetto Rebellions"
N.p. Students for a Democratic Society, [ca.1967-68]. Mimeographed document expounding on one of the key proposals of the SDS, the support of ghetto rebellions in attempts to combat racism and defeat nationalism. "The mass media, including the Record American, portray ghetto uprisings as "aimless riots" caused by "the long hot...
[Item #32959]
Price: $250.00
 
Broadside: "We Support Ghetto Rebellions" AFRICAN AMERICANS, SDS.
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Freedom Now: New Stage in the Struggle for Negro Emancipation
New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1963. Contents reprinted from The International Socialist Review, October, 1963. "Text of resolution "Freedom Now: The New Stage in the Struggle for Negro Emancipation and the Tasks of the SWP," adopted by the 1963 Convention of the Socialist Party" (from copyright page). Final pages delineate the...
[Item #31943]
Price: $25.00
 
Freedom Now: New Stage in the Struggle for Negro Emancipation. AFRICAN AMERICANS, SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY.
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The Black American and the Press
Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1968. First Edition. Edited collection of essays on the subject of African-American representation in news media. Contributors include Ralph McGill, Armistead Pride, Charles Evers, Ray Williams, Tommy Jacquette, and others. Octavo. Pictorial card wrappers; 86pp. Mild external rubbing; text clean, tight and unmarked; VG+ to NF.
[Item #16175]
Price: $20.00
 
The Black American and the Press. AFRICAN-AMERICANS, Jack LYLE.
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The New Negro
Notre Dame: Fides Publishers, 1961. First Edition. "The National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice commissioned for its first national convention in August, 1961, a series of papers by outstanding authorities in their fields on the theme of The New Negro. This book presents these papers, by Stephen J. Wright, Kenneth...
[Item #31806]
Price: $25.00
 
The New Negro. Mathew H. AHMANN.
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Black Arts: An Anthology of Black Creations...With an Introduction by Keorapetse Kgositsile
Detroit: Black Arts Publications, 1969. First Edition. Octavo (21.25cm.); original red pictorial wrappers; 158pp.; illus. Fine. Along with introduction are four poems by Kgositsile, South African member of the Black Arts Movement. Also includes an interview and short works by Amiri Baraka (aka LeRoi Jones; misspelled here "Ameer"), Nikki Giovanni...
[Item #22822]
Price: $30.00
 
Black Arts: An Anthology of Black Creations...With an Introduction by Keorapetse Kgositsile. Ahmed ALHAMISI, eds Harun Kofi Wangara.
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Street Fighting Years: An Autobiography of the Sixties
New York: Verso Books, 2005. Reprint. Octavo. Pictorial glossy card wrappers; 403pp. Clean, tight and unmarked copy, about Fine. Reprint, with new Preface, of Ali's autobiography originally published London, 1987.
[Item #15869]
Price: $15.00
 
Street Fighting Years: An Autobiography of the Sixties. Tariq ALI.
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Tension, Change and Liberty: 45th Annual Report
New York: American Civil Liberties Union, [1965]. First Edition. Octavo (20.5cm.); original pictorial staplebound wrappers; 112pp. Spine ends a bit chipped, some discoloration to rear wrapper, else Very Good and sound.
[Item #26331]
Price: $15.00
 
Tension, Change and Liberty: 45th Annual Report. AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION, ACLU.
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American Emigrants' League - North American Chapter Newsletter, Vol 1 no 3 (Summer 1963)
Los Angeles: American Emigrants' League, 1963. First Edition. Single issue of this short-lived counterculture periodical, published to provide information to Americans seeking to emigrate out of the U.S. in order to escape "conformity" and the "smoke screen" of distorted information promulgated by the American media (presumably referring to mainstream coverage...
[Item #33476]
Price: $50.00
 
American Emigrants' League - North American Chapter Newsletter, Vol 1 no 3 (Summer 1963). AMERICAN EMIGRANTS' LEAGUE.
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Black Mask - No.5 (April, 1967)
New York: Black Mask, 1967. First Edition. Ben Morea and Ron Hahne produced ten issues of Black Mask between 1966-68, selling the zine on the streets for a nickel, chiefly in New York's East Village and the Lower East Side. "Founded in the mid-1960's, the Black Mask group melded the...
[Item #33112]
Price: $200.00
 
Black Mask - No.5 (April, 1967). ANARCHISM, Ben MOREA, Ron Hahne.
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Black Mask - No.6 (May-June, 1967)
New York: Black Mask, 1967. First Edition. Ben Morea and Ron Hahne produced ten issues of Black Mask between 1966-68, selling the zine on the streets for a nickel, chiefly in New York's East Village and the Lower East Side. "Founded in the mid-1960's, the Black Mask group melded the...
[Item #33113]
Price: $250.00
 
Black Mask - No.6 (May-June, 1967). ANARCHISM, Ben MOREA, Ron Hahne.
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Black Mask - No.9 (Jan-Feb, 1968)
New York: Black Mask, 1968. First Edition. Ben Morea and Ron Hahne produced ten issues of Black Mask between 1966-68, selling the zine on the streets for a nickel, chiefly in New York's East Village and the Lower East Side. "Founded in the mid-1960's, the Black Mask group melded the...
[Item #33114]
Price: $200.00
 
Black Mask - No.9 (Jan-Feb, 1968). ANARCHISM, Ben MOREA, Ron Hahne.
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Brian Flanagan For Sheriff Watch Him Run
N.p. [Chicago: 1969]. Brian Flanagan (b. 1946) was a member of both SDS and the Weathermen, and directly connected to the fatal Greenwich Village apartment explosion in which three Weathermen were killed while preparing for a bomb attack on Fort Dix (Flanagan had reputedly left the apartment briefly for more...
[Item #19730]
Price: $1,500.00
 
Brian Flanagan For Sheriff Watch Him Run. Anonymous Artist.
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Original Broadside: Post Mortem Ante Facto
New York: Situationist International, 1969. First Edition. Issued January 10, 1969 as a "supplement" to the first issue of the American journal Situationist International, the imminent publication of which it announces. Possibly the first official pronouncement of the American Situationists following their admission to the SI in December, 1968. The...
[Item #18330]
Price: $1,250.00
 
Original Broadside: Post Mortem Ante Facto. "Anonymous Proletarian", Bruce Elwell.
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Ratfink's Hollywood
New York: Kanrom, 1964. First Edition. Collection of cartoons unflatteringly adorned with the heads of unnamed Hollywood celebrities. Not in OCLC as of January, 2015. The record for another collection published by Kanrom, Doctor Ratfink, M.D., lists a Richard Miller and Viola Ilma as the co-authors. Slim quarto (27cm.); original...
[Item #25136]
Price: $40.00
 
Ratfink's Hollywood. ANONYMOUS, Richard Miller?
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Locus Solus I-V [Complete Run]
Lans-en-Vercors and Geneva: Locus Solus Press, 1961-1962. First Editions. Complete run of this poetry journal called "the overseas wing of the New York School...The magazine was definitely "no nonsense" from the beginning, presenting no manifestoes or editorial statements, just high-quality literature - simply and elegantly presented with care and respect"...
[Item #33216]
Price: $750.00
 
Locus Solus I-V [Complete Run]. John ASHBERY, Harry Mathews, Kenneth Koch, James Schuyler.
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Radical Feminism [drop title]
[New York: The Feminists, 1969]. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; printed from typescript on pink stock. A bit cockled from damp, some discoloration, else About Very Good. Seminal piece on militant feminism by the founder of the October 17th Movement, later known simply as The...
[Item #29416]
Price: $200.00
 
Radical Feminism [drop title]. Ti-Grace ATKINSON.
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Radical Feminism [drop title]
[New York: The Feminists, 1969]. First Edition. Quarto (28cm.); self-wrappers staplebound at top left-hand corner; printed from typescript on tan stock. About Fine. Seminal piece on militant feminism by the founder of the October 17th Movement, later known simply as The Feminists, a splinter group of the New York branch...
[Item #29423]
Price: $250.00
 
Radical Feminism [drop title]. Ti-Grace ATKINSON.
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Education: an American Problem
Boston: New England Free Press, N.d. (ca 1968). Quarto (28cm). Unstapled, folded paper wrappers;10pp. Mild external wear; free of markings or soil; Very Good. Brief bibliographical guide for education reform, based on Ayers's own readings in founding Childrens' Community, a radical educational experiment in Ann Arbor with which he was...
[Item #30132]
Price: $25.00
 
Education: an American Problem. Bill AYERS.
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Cross-Cultural Perspectives on How to Minimize the Adverse Effects of Sex Differentiation
Pittsburgh: Know, 1969. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 10pp. Fine. Paper presented at the Symposium on Behavioral Sciences, American Psychological Association, September 3, 1969.
[Item #28330]
Price: $30.00
 
Cross-Cultural Perspectives on How to Minimize the Adverse Effects of Sex Differentiation. Herbert BARRY, III.
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Poster: "Berkeley Liberation Program"
[Berkeley: Berkeley Liberation Movement, 1969]. The Berkeley Liberation Program was written by a group of 40+ Bay Area radicals and made public shortly after the People's Park struggle. Recto features a statement from the group, followed by a 13-point program (modeled after the Black Panther Party's 10-point program) super-imposed over...
[Item #32696]
Price: $350.00
 
Poster: "Berkeley Liberation Program" BERKELEY LIBERATION MOVEMENT.


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