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Old Mole: A Radical Bi-weekly; Number 14, May 23-June 6
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Old Mole: A Radical Bi-weekly; Number 14, May 23-June 6

Cambridge, Mass: Old Mole, 1969. 27., folded tabloid format, illus., evenly toned, edgeworn with several small closed tears, top corner of front wrap torn out with some loss to title but no other loss of text else good condition. Cambridge radical underground paper. Includes an 8 page supplement, "Outcry from Occupied Berkeley" and a centerfold poster celebrating People's Park.

$20.00

The African Communist [67 different issues]
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The African Communist [67 different issues]

London; Johannesburg: Inkululeko Pubs. for the South African Communist Party, 2004. Paperback. Sixty-seven issues of the journal. Early issues are in staplebound digest form, moving on to thicker, paperback journals by 1970, then eventually back to staplebound format. Publication was originally in exile, moving to South Africa after the fall of Apartheid. Generally very good condition, though no. 21 is rather worn, and some other issues have minor markings or handling wear. Issues present are: 21, 23, 28-31, 36, 41, 64, 69-71, 73, 79, 84-87, 91, 93, 96, 102, 104-123, 126, 135, 136, 138, 139/140, 141-150, 152, 154-159, 161, 163, and 165. Includes coverage of struggles in Southern Africa and elsewhere on the continent, the international anti-Apartheid movement, and the continuing challenges facing South Africa after the ANC's victory.

$195.00

Tricontinental. No. 28
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Tricontinental. No. 28

Havana: Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, 1968. 48p., staplebound booklet format, very good. The slender bulletin format, rather than the thicker theoretical journal with the same title. Articles on guerrilla movements in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

$20.00

Spartacist. Number 3 (January-February 1965)
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Spartacist. Number 3 (January-February 1965)

By Spartacist League

New York: Spartacist, 1965. 16p., wraps, paper toned, otherwise very good; 8.5x11 inches. Cover story is "Harlem Riot and After

$12.00

Souvenir program. Sixth annual convention, hosted by the West Coast Chapter and Associate Members
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Souvenir program. Sixth annual convention, hosted by the West Coast Chapter and Associate Members

By National Association of Radio Announcers

Los Angeles: NARA, 1963. [16p] staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, covers mildy worn and spotted with soil, a pen squiggle. Also included is a group photo compliments of Dave Dixon of KATZ in St. Louis; unsure whether the photo is from the same year or the same event. (Dixon is seated just left of center, with lighter complexion). The convention brought together African American radio DJs from around the country. Includes black and white photos of national officers and West Coast chapter members, gospel artists, plus many ads (including "thank you" notes from Motown Records and others for playing their artists).

$75.00

Tricontinental. Year 2 num. 11/12 (Feb-March 1967)
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Tricontinental. Year 2 num. 11/12 (Feb-March 1967)

Havana: Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, 1967. 41p., staplebound booklet format, very good. The slender bulletin format, rather than the thicker theoretical journal with the same title. Articles on guerrilla movements in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

$20.00

San Francisco: Open City; Issue Number 259; 35th Anniversary Issue
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San Francisco: Open City; Issue Number 259; 35th Anniversary Issue

By Bryan, John, editor/publisher

San Francisco: Open City, 1999. Newspaper. 63p., stapled wraps, 8.25 x 10.75 inches, illus., pages toned else very good condition. Editor John Bryan was involved in a number of underground newspapers in the 1960s through the 1990s including San Francisco Open City, the LA Free Press, Notes from the Underground, and Appeal to Reason. Articles on Patty Hearst, Charles Manson, sex worker activism, the Summer of Love, San Francisco's gay scene in the '60s, the death of JFK, Jr., Timothy Leary, and more. Contributers include R. Crumb, Spain Rodriguez, Paul Krassner, Wavy Gravy, Jack Micheline, and more.

$25.00

Land Reborn [39 issues]
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Land Reborn [39 issues]

By American Christian Palestine Committee

New York: American Christian Palestine Committee, 1961. 39 issues of the magazine, spanning the period from January 1950 to May 1961. Issues present are Volume 1 Numbers 1, 6, and 7, Volume 2 Numbers 1, 3, 4 and 6, Volume 3 Numbers 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6, Volume 4 Numbers 1, 4, 5 and 6, Volume 5 Numbers 1-4, Volume 6 Numbers 1-4, Volume 7 Numbers 1, 3 and 4, Volume 8 Numbers 1-4, Volume 10 Numbers 1, 3 and 4, Volume 11 Numbers 1 and 3, and Volume 12 Number 1. Various pagination, 7.5 x 10 inches, illus., all with worn wraps and "Library of Congress-Surplus Duplicate" stamped on front wraps, most with address labels on rear wraps, many with pencil notations on front wraps, a few with underlining in pen or red pencil, Vol. 1 No. 1 with 2 inch closed tear and sticker scar on front wrap and two small sections torn out of front wrap with no loss of text, Vol. 3 No. 5 with pages 7-10 torn out and badly taped back in with non-archival tape, else generally good condition. "The American Christian Palestine Committee is concerned with the fulfillment of Zionist apirations in palestine and in the spread of democratic ideas and democratic living throughout the entire Middle East...the proclamation of the new Jewish state is only the first chapter in Israel's significant history."-from introductory issue.

$100.00

Science and Politics: The New Sociology in the Soviet Union
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Science and Politics: The New Sociology in the Soviet Union

By Fischer, George

Ithaca, NY: Center for International Studies, Cornell University, 1964. Pamphlet. 66p. + index, 6x9 inches, stapled booklet, mild toning and soiling to wraps, previous owner's name stamped to top of title page, else very good. Cornell Research Papers in International Studies I.

$15.00

Tricontinental. No. 29
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Tricontinental. No. 29

Havana: Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, 1968. 48p., staplebound booklet format, very good. The slender bulletin format, rather than the thicker theoretical journal with the same title. Articles on guerrilla movements in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

$20.00

The eye of the storm, and light verse for heavy hearts
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The eye of the storm, and light verse for heavy hearts

By Allan, Lewis [pseudonym of Abel Meeropol]

Hastings on Hudson, NY: Peter Piper Press, 1969. 64p., staplebound wraps toned somewhat unevenly, interior very good. Errata sheet laid in. Publisher's address has been neatly struck out, with new address in Florida rubberstamped above. Meeropol is best known as the author of the anti-lynching song "Strange Fruit," made famous by Billie Holiday (the lyrics are included in this collection). Abel, with his wife Ann, adopted Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's two children after their execution; the poem at the centerfold is devoted to the Rosenbergs. Other pieces attack racism and the Vietnam War. The House I Live In, also included, became famous through its performance by Frank Sinatra: "The house I live in / A plot of Earth, a street / The grocer and the butcher / And the people that I meet / The children in the playground / The faces that I see / All races and religions / That's America to me...

$75.00

Shao nian Zhongguo chen bao wu shi zhou nian ji nian zhuan kan / The Young China morning paper 50th anniversary (1910-1960)
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Shao nian Zhongguo chen bao wu shi zhou nian ji nian zhuan kan / The Young China morning paper 50th anniversary (1910-1960)

San Francisco: Young China, 1960. 598p., hardcover, very good; includes black and white photos of SF Chinatown people and activities. Text in Chinese. Front endpaper has the ownership stamp of Philip Choy, the architect better known for his work on Chinese American history.

$150.00

Rebel worker no. 4.  Official organ of the Chicago Branch GRU. International issue
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Rebel worker no. 4. Official organ of the Chicago Branch GRU. International issue

By [industrial Workers of the World]

Chicago: Solidarity Bookshop, 1965. Magazine. 36p., staplebound wraps, mimeographed, 8.5x11 inches, some toning and foxing. Includes a statement of the perspective of Zengakuren, T-Bone Talks by T-Bone Slim, the Inaugural Declaration of the International Surrealist Movement, Ian Sutherland on Scots against war, and more.

$45.00

The rebel worker 6.  A revolutionary journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World
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The rebel worker 6. A revolutionary journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World

By [industrial Workers of the World]

Chicago: Solidarity Bookshop, 1966. Magazine. 20p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, rather foxed, a reading copy only. IWW reprint of the London, 1966 issue with new cover, introduction, short piece by Rene Crevel and statement on rear added. Contributions by Charles Radcliffe, Penelope & Franklin Rosemont, Pierre Mabille, Ben Covington, Archie Shepp, Kenneth Patch, Bernard Marszalek and Benjamin Peret.

$20.00

Bizarre: revue trimestrielle; 2nd trimestre, #29 & 30, 1963; Tarzan - numero special
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Bizarre: revue trimestrielle; 2nd trimestre, #29 & 30, 1963; Tarzan - numero special

By Laclos, Michel, editor, Francis Lacassin

Paris: J. J. Pauvert, 1963. Magazine. 108p., 7.5x10.5 inches, texts in French, illustrated with b&w photos and film stills, very good paperback film criticism magazine in green pictorial wraps. A history of the Tarzan character in comics, literature, television and film with a bibliography and filmography.

$20.00

The Movement: Affliated with the Student Nonviolent Coordinationg Committee; Vol. 3 No. 9, September 1967
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The Movement: Affliated with the Student Nonviolent Coordinationg Committee; Vol. 3 No. 9, September 1967

By Terence Cannon, Joe Blum, et al, editoral group

San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1967. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned, lightly worn, address stamp on front wrap, bottom corner dog eared else good condition. Left political underground paper associated with SNCC and published for national readership. Cover story is "Black Revolution is Real", on Stokely Carmichael's visit to Cuba, plus articles on anti-draft organizing, resistance in Rhodesia, life in the Navy, and more. Back page is an announcement of the planned Stop the Draft week of protests.

$20.00

David - I don\'t know about Him, but we\'re the best looking Jews in the World. Affectonately, Tony C. Las Vegas. Nov. 1967. Caesar\'s Palace\
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David - I don't know about Him, but we're the best looking Jews in the World. Affectonately, Tony C. Las Vegas. Nov. 1967. Caesar's Palace" [inscribed photograph]

By [Curtis, Tony]

Las Vegas, NV, 1967. 8x10 inch black and white photo depicting Curtis with the addressee of the inscription and a third man, unknown to your humble cataloger. Blank reverse has some minor spots of soil.

$45.00

Old Mole: A Radical Bi-weekly; Number 13, May 9-May 22
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Old Mole: A Radical Bi-weekly; Number 13, May 9-May 22

Cambridge, Mass: Old Mole, 1969. 19., folded tabloid format, illus., evenly toned, lightly worn, 1 inch closed tear along fold, small pen mark on p. 9 else good condition. Cambridge radical underground paper. Women's liberation issue with an article on the upcoming Regional Female Liberation Conference by Roxanne Dunbar, plus articles on the NLF, North Korea, the Harvard student strike, Northern Ireland, and more.

$20.00

Shao nian Zhongguo chen bao wu shi zhou nian ji nian zhuan kan / The Young China morning paper 50th anniversary (1910-1960)
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Shao nian Zhongguo chen bao wu shi zhou nian ji nian zhuan kan / The Young China morning paper 50th anniversary (1910-1960)

San Francisco: Young China, 1960. 598p., hardcover, mild edgewear, ownership inscription penned on textblock edge; includes black and white photos of SF Chinatown people and activities. Text in Chinese.

$95.00

[Two brochures from memorials in honor of Ed Gurske]
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[Two brochures from memorials in honor of Ed Gurske]

By [Gurske, Ed]

Los Angeles; South Gate, CA, 1964. Two mimeographed brochures, each folded from an 8.5x11 inch sheet of paper, from events celebrating the life of the recently deceased unionist and socialist. One of the memorial meetings appears to have been organized by the SWP, and includes Tom Kerry among the speakers. The other program, with some stains to the edge, is for a memorial held at the UAW Local 216 hall in South Gate. Gurske had been a charter member of Local 216.

$20.00

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