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Hard Facts (Excerpts)
[Newark: Peoples War, 1976]. Paperback. [Second edition?] Folio (28cm.); original red pictorial staplebound wrappers; unpaged. Fine. Poetry collection printed by the Revolutionary Communist League, Newark.
[Item #25023]
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Hard Facts (Excerpts). Amiri BARAKA, pseud. LeRoi Jones.
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A Report on the Black-Red Conference, Detroit, Mich., Jan. 12, 1969
Detroit: News & Letters, 1969. First Edition. Includes the text of Raya Dunayevskaya's presentation at the conference, apparently the only one of its kind, organized for the black Detroit population. Dunayevskaya, formerly Trotsky's secretary, was the founder of the Marxist-Humanist organization News and Letters, the publisher of this report. Quarto...
[Item #25038]
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A Report on the Black-Red Conference, Detroit, Mich., Jan. 12, 1969. BLACK-RED CONFERENCE, presentation Raya Dunayevskaya.
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The Struggle For A Proletarian Party
New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1943. First Edition. Hardcover. Copy of Trotskyist labor organizer Carlos Hudson, with his printed bookplate to front pastedown. Hudson, editor of a CIO local weekly called The Industrial Organizer, was one of 18 Socialist Workers Party members imprisoned in 1943, along with James P. Cannon, for...
[Item #17155]
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The Struggle For A Proletarian Party. James P. CANNON.
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Appeal To Socialists. Published by the Communist Party of the U.S.A.
New York: Communist Party of the USA, N.d. [ca 1936]. First Edition. Paperback. Issued as a broadside against the Socialist Party of America on the eve of their annual convention. Includes excerpts of speeches and essays by Earl Browder, Israel Amter, M.J. Olgin and others, as well as two cartoons...
[Item #14357]
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Appeal To Socialists. Published by the Communist Party of the U.S.A. CPUSA, SOCIALIST PARTY OF AMERICA, Earl BROWDER, Israel AMTER, others.
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The Zimmerwald Manifesto
Ceylon: Lanka Samasamaja Publication, 1951. Paperback. Staple-bound pamphlet; 6pp. Pencil date to sunned and foxed cover with soft crease and small tear near center of right edge, pages foxed, else very good. Uncommon printing of this declaration of socialist solidarity against the European war, originally published in 1915, here issued...
[Item #14154]
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The Zimmerwald Manifesto. EUROPEAN SOCIALISM - WW1.
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Questions and Answers on the Piatakov-Radek Trial
[New York]: Workers Library Publishers, [1937]. First Edition. Paperback. 12mo (18.5cm.); original cream decorative staplebound wrappers printed in orange and black; 79pp. A Near Fine, partially unopened copy. Foster's defense of the 1937 Moscow purge trials against 17 Trotskyist "conspirators." BRENNEMAN, p. 98; SEIDMAN F321.
[Item #26523]
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Questions and Answers on the Piatakov-Radek Trial. William Z. FOSTER.
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The First Two Moscow Trials: Why? Preface by Roy E. Burt
Chicago: Socialist Party U.S.A. 1937. First Edition. Octavo (23cm). Pictorial card wrappers; 190pp. Light external soil, rubbing and wear; ownership signature; Very Good. Analysis of the Moscow show trials from a Socialist, strongly anti-Stalinist perspective.
[Item #20147]
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The First Two Moscow Trials: Why? Preface by Roy E. Burt. Francis HEISLER.
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The I.W.W.
New York: Merit Publishers, 1967. Reprint. Paperback. Reprint of MILES 3637, originally published in 1955 - "Fiftieth anniversary review of the IWW from a Communist viewpoint." Second edition (first published 1955). First printing of the Merit edition. Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial wrappers; 31pp. Clean, unworn copy, Near Fine.
[Item #16339]
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The I.W.W. I W. W., James P. CANNON.
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India in Revolt
New York: Workers Party of America, 1942. First Edition. Paperback. 12mo. Pictorial thick paper wrappers; 91, (4)pp. Mild rubbing to covers, else Near Fine. On the development of Marxism-Leninism in postcolonial India, issued by the Schachtmanite Workers Party of America (not to be confused with the mainline Communist Workers Party...
[Item #34888]
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India in Revolt. Henry JUDD, Max Schachtman.
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The Real Life of Alejandro Mayta
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986. First American Edition. Hardcover. A novel set "in the Peru of the near future, a country in the throes of an insurgency pitting a Cuban-Bolivian-backed revolutionary army against a failing Lima government and the U.S. Marines" (from the front flap). First published in...
[Item #29878]
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The Real Life of Alejandro Mayta. Mario Vargas LLOSA, novel, Alfred MAC ADAM, translation.
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Why Did They "Confess"? A Study of the Radek-Piatakov Trial
New York: Pioneer Publishers, [1937]. First Edition. Paperback. Translation of an article that first appeared in the March 1937 issue of Nouvelles d'U.R.S.S., an information bulletin published by the "Que Faire?" group of left Communists led by Andre Ferrat. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed paper wrappers; 31pp. A bit dust-soiled, spine...
[Item #26292]
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Why Did They "Confess"? A Study of the Radek-Piatakov Trial. MOSCOW SHOW TRIALS, James BURNHAM, introd.
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The Road: A Romance of the Proletarian Revolution
New York: Red Star Press, 1933. Second Printing. Hardcover. Socialist romance, described by Rideout as the "...only radical novel published in the thirties which was deliberately written as a romance...even to its stilted prose, an unrepresentative anachronism." Spiro/Marlen, a one-time leader of the Trotskyist Communist League of America, was also...
[Item #32507]
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The Road: A Romance of the Proletarian Revolution. PROLETARIAN FICTION, RIDEOUT NOVELS, George MARLEN, pseud. George Spiro.
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 2 (Whole No. 29), Feb 1939
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1939. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [34]-63. Slight external soil and wear, with brief marginal tears to covers; wrappers partially separated from staples, but present, rear wrapper creased; about Very Good. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this...
[Item #27097]
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 2 (Whole No. 29), Feb 1939. Max SCHACHTMAN, eds. Felix Morrow, Leon Trotsky, Diego Rivera Stan Bollard, , contributors.
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 6 (Whole No. 33), Jun 1939
New York: New International Publishing Company, 1939. First Edition. Quarto (31cm). Stapled paper wrappers; pp [162]-191. Mild external toning, else a tight, clean, fresh copy, Very Good or better. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party. Contributions to this issue include Leon Trotsky "The Bonapartist Philosophy of the State;" Schachtman...
[Item #27102]
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The New International. A Monthly Organ of Revolutionary Marxism. Vol. V, no. 6 (Whole No. 33), Jun 1939. Max SCHACHTMAN, eds. Leon Trotsky, , Dwight Macdonald, Max Schachtman, contributors.
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The United States and the Second World War. The European Revolution and Tasks of the Revolutionary Party. Resolutions of Eleventh Convention of the American Trotskyist Movement
[New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1945]. First Edition. Paperback. Octavo (21cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 46pp. Wrappers a bit dust-soiled, light wear from handling, else Very Good.
[Item #27461]
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The United States and the Second World War. The European Revolution and Tasks of the Revolutionary Party. Resolutions of Eleventh Convention of the American Trotskyist Movement. SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY.
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International Information Bulletin. June, 1949
New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1949. First Edition. Paperback. Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party, the Trotskyist offshoot of the American Socialist Party. This issue reprints Political Resolutions of the Seventh Plenum of the International Executive Committee of the Fourth International (April 1949). Quarto (11" x 8-1/2"). Staple-bound, mimeographed...
[Item #14351]
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International Information Bulletin. June, 1949. SWP - SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY, Joseph STALIN, others.
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In Defence of Insurrection: Speech to the Czarist Court, October 4, 1906
[Ceylon]: A Lanka Samasamaja Publication, 1954. Paperback. An English translation of Trotsky's 1906 defence of the Petersburg Soviet, published here by the Trotskyist political party of Sri Lanka. OCLC locates 6 copies as of October, 2014, Yale, Michigan State, and Duke only in North America. 8vo (21.5cm.); original white pictorial staplebound...
[Item #21041]
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[Title from cover] The Death Agony of Capitalism and the Tasks of the Working Class. The Transitional Programme of the Fourth International
London: E. Grant, N.d. (ca 1938). Pamphlet. 12mo (18.5cm). Printed card wrappers; 48pp. Minor wear and soil; Very Good. Publisher's imprint (Workers International News) on front cover pasted over with the imprint of the Revolutionary Communist Party, London. With "Printed in England" hand-stamp at lower right, suggesting that this copy...
[Item #31162]
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[Title from cover] The Death Agony of Capitalism and the Tasks of the Working Class. The Transitional Programme of the Fourth International. Leon TROTSKY.
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Socialism On Trial: The Official Court Record of James P. Cannon's Testimony in the Famous Minneapolis 'Sedition' Trial
New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1949. Paperback. Verbatim transcript of Cannon's testimony in his 1942 trial under the Smith Act. Cannon was the National Secretary of the Socialist Workers Party, the main-line Trotskyist party in the U.S. Third edition (first published 1942). Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed wrappers; 111pp. Mild cover dusting;...
[Item #15994]
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Socialism On Trial: The Official Court Record of James P. Cannon's Testimony in the Famous Minneapolis 'Sedition' Trial. TROTSKYISM, James P. CANNON.
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Trotskyism in the Service of Fascism Against Socialism and Peace
New York: Workers Library, 1936. First Edition. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed paper wrappers; 67pp. Light external wear; text clean and unmarked; Very Good to Near Fine. Stalinist perspective on the first Moscow show trials of 1936.
[Item #25796]
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Trotskyism in the Service of Fascism Against Socialism and Peace. A. Y. VYSHINSKY.
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Trotskyism; the inside job. An analysis of the Young Socialist Alliance
New York: Yong Workers Liberation League, N.d. [1970]. First Edition. Paperback. 4to; staple-bound wrappers; 15pp. On newsprint. Slight toning to text, else Near Fine. Anti-Trotskyist, anti-YSA tract by a YWLL organizer. "Trotskyism, which has for some years now wormed its way into the peace movement, has become a major obstacle...
[Item #17909]
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