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The Content of Our Character; a new vision of race in America
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The Content of Our Character; a new vision of race in America

By Shelby Steele

New York, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. Hardcover--quarter cloth, paper over boards. Very good/Very good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 175 pages; beige quarter-cloth. A very good, clean, neat hard cover edition with little shelf wear; But with foxing stains to the beige quarter-cloth, hinges and binding tight, paper cream white with slight yellowing to page edges. In a very good dust jacket with several short edge tears, with the original price.

$5.74

Crusaders for American Liberalism: the story of the Muckrakers (BS5)

By Louis Filler

New York, New York: Collier Books, 1961. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Duodecimo, 7" tall, 382 pages, stiff wraps. A very good, sturdy, neat, paperback with moderater shelf wear, binding solid, paper cream white with a previous owners name penne on the front endpaper.

$6.50

The Purple  Revolution: the year that changed everything
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The Purple Revolution: the year that changed everything

By Nigel Farage

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Biteback Publishing, 2015. Pictorial Wraps. Very good +. Octavo 7 3/4" tall, 305 pages, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good plus, clean soft cover first edition with minor shelf wear spine slightly canted, binding tight, paper cream white.

$12.50

Selected Speeches on the Constitution - volume I: The Oxford World's Classics, CDLXXIX

By Cecil S. Emden (editor);

Oxford, England: Oxford University Press / Humphrey Milford, 1939. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very good/Good. Sextodecimo, 6" tall, xv + 258 pages, decorative blue cloth, thin paper, sewn binding, gilt spine titles. A very good, clean, neat, sturdy hard cover edition with minor shelf wear and rubbing, hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed, BUT with the previous owner's markings and underlining scattered throughout. In a good, moderately worn dust jacket. This is one of the original, well bound, compact, 'World's Classics' series, perfect for the pocket, and though older than the average reader, will hold up to many more readings in the future.

$9.50

Japan's Policies and Purposes: Selections from Recent Addresses and Writings

By Hirosi Saito [Hiroshi]

Boston, Massachusetts: Marshall Jones, 1935. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very Good-/Without dust jacket. Signed by the author on the front endpaper and inscribed to a previous owner. Saito was Japanese Ambassador to the United States. Saito, a thin and dapper man, died mysteriously of a 'chest ailment' in 1939. He was a well-liked diplomate, popular in Washington, and noted for his excellent English as well as a fine sense of humor. Once asked to explain his youthfulness her said, "Whiskey and soda, alll afternoon, every afternoon." Octavo, 9 " tall, x + 231 pages, gilt spine titles on black cloth. A very good minus, generally clean, and sturdy hardcover first edition with moderate shelf wear, and exterior rubbing, light exterior soiling, but the front fore-edge shows a surface stain (coffee) not visible in the interior except at the edge margin of the title page; hinges and binding solid, paper clean and just lightly yellowed with slight foxing to fore-edges. Without dust jacket.

$65.00

Why Vote Leave: Why the EU isn't working for us; why staying in isn't the safe choice; why a post-EU Britain will thrive [Signed]
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Why Vote Leave: Why the EU isn't working for us; why staying in isn't the safe choice; why a post-EU Britain will thrive [Signed]

By Daniel Hannan

London, England: Head of Zeus, 2016. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Signed by the author on the title page Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, 220 pages, white hard cover. A fine, clean, neat hard cover over all with little shelf wear; binding tight, paper white but a slight cant to the spine. In a fine, lightly worn dust jacket witht he original price present.

$19.00

Cancel Your Own Goddam Subscription: notes and asides from National Review
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Cancel Your Own Goddam Subscription: notes and asides from National Review

By William F. Buckley, Jr

New York, New York: Basic Books / Perseus, 2007. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/Very good. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 295 pages, grey and black boards. A near fine, clean, sturdy hard cover first edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding solid, paper cream white. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket with rubbing at the fold edges with the original price.

$9.50

Radicals for Capitalism
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Radicals for Capitalism

By Brian Doherty

Reading, Massachusetts: Public Affairs, 2007. First Edition. Hardcover--quarter cloth, paper over boards. Very good/Near fine. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 741 pages, black and blue boards. A very good, clean, hardcover first edition, first printing, with minor shelf wear, hinges and binding tight, paper cream white-- BUT, this copy has been heavily marked and underlined by a critic. In a near fine, lightly worn dust jacket with light edge wear; with original price present.

$9.50

Concerning Dissent and Civil Disobedience

By Abe Fortas

New York, New York: New American Library (NAL) A Signet Broadside-, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Very good +. Small Octavo, 7 1/4" tall, 64 pages, stiff wraps. A very good, clean, neat soft cover first edition with minor shelf wear and rubbing; interior near fine binding tight, paper clean and slightly yellowed.

$7.50

The Libertarian Handbook: 1973

By Vincent McCaffrey and Mark Frazier, editors

Boston, Massachusetts: Avenue Victor Hugo, 1973. First Edition. Original Wraps. Fine. Octavo, 8 1/4" tall, 108 pages, wire saddle stitch, stiff wraps. A fine (unread), clean, neat soft cover over all with a little shelf wear (from long storage); binding tight, paper white. A resource and information guide to the Libertarian movement circa 1973--a small press production published with limited resources by us (with all typos etc still intact!); this was the second of two editions. The 1972 issue, with mostly different content, is also presently being offered. Any other copies present on the internet are pirate editions (appropriate given the anarchists in their Libertarian movement at large) and were not authorized by this publisher. The Handbook was originally published with a cover price of $2. The current price (in good capitalist tradition) reflects the limited number of copies remaining.

$16.50

The Libertarian Handbook: 1972

By Vincent McCaffrey and Mark Frazier, editors

Boston, Massachusetts: Avenue Victor Hugo, 1972. First Edition. Original Wraps. Fine. Octavo, 8 1/4" tall, 104 pages, wire saddle stitch, stiff wraps. A fine (unread), clean, neat soft cover with little shelf wear (from long storage); binding tight, paper white. A resource and information guide to the Libertarian movement circa 1972--a small press production published with limited resources by us, this was the first of two editions (with all typos etc intact!). The 1973 issue, with mostly different content, is also presently being offered. Any other copies present on the internet are pirate editions (appropriate given the anarchists in the Libertarian movement at large) and were not authorized by this publisher. The Handbook was originally published with a cover price of $2. The current price (in good capitalist tradition) reflects the limited number of copies remaining.

$6.50

The Woman at the Washington Zoo; writings on politics, family, and fate

By Marjorie Williams; edited by Timothy Noah

New York, New York: PublicAffairs - Perseus, 2005. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall, a fine, clean, neat, hard cover first edition with minimal shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a fine dust jacket.

$6.50

Of Thee I Zing
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Of Thee I Zing

By Laura Ingraham

New York, New York: Threshold editions, 2011. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Octavo, 8 3/4" tall, 308 pages. A fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with minimal shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a fine dust jacket with the original price present.

$9.50

The Progressive Woman [aka The Socialist Woman]; Volume V, No. LI ; August, 1911; The Recruit (Sutton); The Revolt of the Master (Beals-Hoffpauir); A Word About AUgust Bebel (Twining); Some Boy Scout History (Kotsch); Days of our infancy--a reminiscence (Holmes); etc

By Josephine Conger-Kaneko (editor and publisher); W.F. Sutton, May Beals-Hoffpauir, Luella Twining, Nellie Taylor Monroe, Georgia Kotsch, Lizzie J. Holmes, et al

Chicago, Illinois: The Progressive Woman, 1911. First Edition. Original Wraps. Fair. This scarce publication begun in 1907 in Chicago and later moved to Girard Kansas. In fair condition over all, because of the damage to the upper fore-corner to the last four leaves (8 pages) resulting in significant paper loss with text (about 1/4 of those pages), this issue would not be offered for sale except for its scarcity. Otherwise in good condition, interior good, but cover soiled, dampstained and chipping at the top edge, interior fore-edge margin soiled at several pages the last paragraph of 'The Recruit' missing in damage but the other articles mentioned are complete. Issue also contains many period socialist propagada points listed in classified for various leaflets.

$19.00

The House: the history of the House of Representatives

By Robert V. Remini

New York, New York: Harper Collins (Harpercollins) /Smithsonian Books, 2006. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, x + 614 pages with intertextual illustration, tan and black boards. A fine clean, neat hard cover first edition with light shelf wear, hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a fine, lightly worn dust jacket with the original price.

$9.50

Invasion; How America Stlll Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores
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Invasion; How America Stlll Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores

By Michelle Malkin

New York, New York: Regnery Publishing, 2002. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, xvi + 332 pages, black boards; publisher's slip laid in. A fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with little shelf wear, binding solid, paper white. In a fine dust jacket with the original price.

$9.50

The Watergate Cookbook (or, Who's in the Soup?)

By The Committee to Write the Cookbook; Barbara Madsen, Lolly McDonnell, Jim Mitchell, Frowis Roewer, Nancy Sheldrup, Jodie Schemmel, Franz Schemmel; Madeleine Maxwell (illustrator)

Cambridge, Massachusetts: The New Lone Star Press, 1973. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo 8 1/2" tall, 96 pages, stiff wraps. A very good, clean, neat original soft cover with light shelf wear, light exterior yellowing; binding solid, paper creamwhite

$9.50

Berkeley: The New Student Revolt (BC-103)

By Hal Draper; Mario Savio (introduction)

New York, New York: Grove Press/ Evergreen, 1965. First Edition. Paperback--trade. Very Good. 16mo, 7 " tall, 246 pages, stiff wraps. A very good, clean, neat original paperback with minor shelf wear and light exterior soiling; binding tight, paper lightly yellowed.

$4.50

Nationalism (according to Richards)

By Edward Gilmore Richards

Sharon, Ma: Self published, 1910. First Edition. Hardcover--cloth. Very good/Without dust jacket. Socialism by any other name. 16mo, 6 1/4" tall, 139 pages, black titles on gray cloth. A very good, clean, neat original hard cover with light exterior soiling, moderate shelf wear; binding tight, paper lightly yellowed. Lacking dust jacket.

$9.50

Working Water for California's Central Valley [United States Department of the Interior--Bureau of Reclamation--Region Two

By Oscar L. Chapman, et al [Secretary, United States Department of the Interior]

Washington D.C: U. S. Government Printing Office, n.d., circa 1948. First Edition. Original Wraps. Good. Quarto, 11 1/2" tall, 20 pages, wire saddle stitch, stiff black and white illustrated wraps. A good brochure over all with moderate shelf wear, light exterior soiling, several penned annotations on the cover, light foxing, paper lightly yellowed.

$9.50

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