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The Bay Area Worker. Vol. 1 no. 10 (Feb. 1973)
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The Bay Area Worker. Vol. 1 no. 10 (Feb. 1973)

By [Revolutionary Union]

San Francisco: the newspaper, 1973. Single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 15 pages in English and 5 in Spanish; horizontal fold, otherwise very good. Much material on the Vietnamese peace proposal, the Farah strike, a Chinatown restaurant strike, Bay Area labor news, and more.

$17.00

Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 7 (July/August 1971)
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Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 7 (July/August 1971)

London: Anarchist Black Cross, 1971. 27p., mimeographed bulletin, light handling wear. Updates on anarchist legal cases and prisoners around the world.

$18.00

Rising: photographs and poetry by women
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Rising: photographs and poetry by women

By Alvarez, Julia, Laini Star, Donna Dugger et al.

Syracuse: Women's Center, Syracuse University, 1974. Paperback. [40p] 8x9 inches, poetry, b&w photos, some nudes, mild wear to spine of covers otherwise a very good first edition paperback original in black pictorial wraps.

$20.00

Minorías / Minorities. Vol. 1 no. 6 (October 1977)
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Minorías / Minorities. Vol. 1 no. 6 (October 1977)

New York: Corporación Inter-Americana, 1977. [20p.], tabloid newspaper format, paper toned, horizontal fold, edgewear. Paper targeting Latino unionists, with text in both Spanish and English. "With the workers, for the Spanish-speaking community."... "Bilingual spokesman of free trade unionism.

$30.00

The Cultural Reporter; No. 12 (Winter 1976)
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The Cultural Reporter; No. 12 (Winter 1976)

New York: the journal, 1976. 38p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, illus., light handling, very good condition. Essays and reviews on art, music and film from a Communist Party, USA perspective.

$20.00

After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 7, #9, January 1975: Jan-Michael Vincent
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After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 7, #9, January 1975: Jan-Michael Vincent

By Como. William, editor, Jan-Michael Vincent, Richard Brooks, Robert Forster, Peter Allen, et al.

New York: Danad Publishing, 1975. Magazine. 100p. including covers 8.5x11 inches, articles, features, reviews, listings, illustrated with b&w photos and ads, worn semi-glossy entertainment magazine in lightly-worn stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story on Jan-Michael Vincent in Brooks' "Bite the Bullet" Also an extensive article on the porn film "Sometime Sweet Susan" starring Harry Reems which was "SAG Approved" A fine magazine of arts, stage, dance and music that bridged the gap between gay and straight readers in the 1970s-80s.

$15.00

Bao wei Diaoyutai lie yu / Protect Tiao-yu-tai Islands! [printed envelope]
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Bao wei Diaoyutai lie yu / Protect Tiao-yu-tai Islands! [printed envelope]

n.p., 1971. Gummed but unused envelope, very good, with slogan printed in red in both Chinese and English. The Diaoyu Tai / Tiaoyu Tai / Senkaku islands are a disputed territory in the sea between Taiwan and Japan, claimed by both China and Japan. In 1971, when the US was preparing to return control of Okinawa to Japan, Chinese and Taiwanese students in the US (and elsewhere) argued that the Diaoyu Tai islands should not be handed back to Japan together with Okinawa; the protesters held that Japan had taken control of the islands as part of its colonization of Taiwan, reversed by the settlement of WW II, and had no prior claim on them. This was one of the few issues that brought together both left-wing and right-wing Chinese in the diaspora at the time.

$10.00

New literature & ideology. No. 19. We are the heirs of Norman Bethune. Number two in the series
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New literature & ideology. No. 19. We are the heirs of Norman Bethune. Number two in the series

Toronto: Norman Bethune Institute, 1976. 141p., staplebound journal, pages toned, mild handling wear. Pages 140-141 give an account of how this series came to be. Includes theoretical articles, works by Rewi Alley, Maoist poetry from India, a letter from revolutionary writers in Trinidad and Tobago, poetry and short stories by Canadian Marxist-Leninists, and more.

$20.00

Joint statement from the Black Board and the Ethnic Studies Defense Committee concerning the actions of Bill Banks [handbill]
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Joint statement from the Black Board and the Ethnic Studies Defense Committee concerning the actions of Bill Banks [handbill]

[Berkeley]: the Coard; the Committee, 1974. 8.5x14 inch handbill, horizontal fold, date penned in corner. Opposes William Banks' move to transfer the Ethnic Studies program to the College of Letters & Science.

$12.00

Lesbian mother Jeanne Jullion lost her children [handbill]
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Lesbian mother Jeanne Jullion lost her children [handbill]

By [Jullion, Jeanne]

Oakland: Jeanne Jullion Defense Fund, 1977. 8.5x11 inch handbill, short closed tears at bottom edge, otherwise very good. Jullion came out as a lesbian after having two children with an Italian husband, who obtained full custody because of her sexual orientation. She turned her battle for custody into a public movement in the late 1970s, and later wrote a book about it, 'Long Way Home: The Odyssey of a Lesbian Mother and Her Children.' This flyer outlines the case and announces a rally sponsored by the Committee for Justice for Tyrone Guyton in support of Jullion.

$20.00

Thunder: Quarterly Theoretical and Discussion Journal of the People\'s Progressive Party, Guyana. Vol. 4 no. 3 (July-Sept. 1972)
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Thunder: Quarterly Theoretical and Discussion Journal of the People's Progressive Party, Guyana. Vol. 4 no. 3 (July-Sept. 1972)

Georgetown: the journal, 1972. 44p., staplebound pamphlet format, stiff card wraps have a vertical crease, pages toned. Book list from the Moichael Forde Bookshop in Georgetown is laid in. This issue devoted to reporting on the 17th PPP congress, including the address by Cheddi Jagan.

$17.00

News from Libertarian Spain [seven issues]
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News from Libertarian Spain [seven issues]

New York: Libertarian Press Service, 1979. Seven issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inch packets stapled at upper left corner, horizontal fold, some issues unevenly toned or worn, one with subscription form clipped from last page. Issues present are vol. 1, no. 4, vol. 2 nos. 2, 3, and 6, vol. 3 nos. 1 and 2, and an unnumbered issue with a handwritten receipt date of Feb. 17, 1978. Updates on unfolding events in Spain as Franco-era prohibitions of anarchist and libertarian communist groups faded away. Editors included Abe Bluestein, Murray Bookchin, Sam Dolgoff, and Gabriel Javsicas.

$95.00

Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 14 (October 1972)
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Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 14 (October 1972)

London: Anarchist Black Cross, 1972. 19p., mimeographed bulletin, light handling wear. Updates on anarchist legal cases and prisoners around the world.

$18.00

Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 5 (May 1971)
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Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 5 (May 1971)

London: Anarchist Black Cross, 1971. [28p.], mimeographed bulletin, very good. Updates on anarchist legal cases and prisoners around the world.

$18.00

Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 1 (January 1971)
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Black Flag: Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross. Vol. 2 no. 1 (January 1971)

London: Anarchist Black Cross, 1971. 28p., mimeographed bulletin, covers mildly worn and soiled. This issue edited by Stuart Christie. Updates on anarchist legal cases and prisoners around the world.

$15.00

Liberation School. Sum-up of practice, the split of the collective, intentions for the future
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Liberation School. Sum-up of practice, the split of the collective, intentions for the future

San Francisco: San Francisco Liberation School, 1975. 16p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, heavily edgeworn, first page rather soiled, a reading copy only. From the library of Ann Tompkins, with "A.T.'s file" penciled in corner. By nine members of the former Liberation School Collective, then renamed the San Francisco Liberation School. The nine included Max Elbaum and David Kubrin.

$12.00

After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 8, #9, January 1976
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After Dark: the national magazine of entertainment vol. 8, #9, January 1976

By Como, William, editor, The Tubes, Clifton Davis, Petula Clark, Viola Hegyi Swisher, et al.

New York: Danad Publishing, 1976. Magazine. 108p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, entertainment, theatre, film, fashion, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Several pages on the Dance Theatre of Harlem with photos. Also a long illustrated profile/memoir of James Dean.

$15.00

Camp News. Vol. III, no. 12 (Dec. 15, 1972)
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Camp News. Vol. III, no. 12 (Dec. 15, 1972)

Chicago: the newspaper, 1972. Single issue of the underground GI movement publication, tabloid format newspaper, 15p., edgeworn, evenly toned, front wrap creased else good condition. Masthead emblem is a raised fist punching through the top of a tent. Includes a section on African Americans and racism in the Navy.

$15.00

You can help tip the balance... Demonstrate at public hearings of the California Industrial Welfare Commission [handbill]
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You can help tip the balance... Demonstrate at public hearings of the California Industrial Welfare Commission [handbill]

San Francisco: Coalition for Workers Rights, 1976. 8.5x11 inch leaflet printed both sides, date penned in corner, otherwise very good. Urges the reader to rally in favor of higher minimum wage, eight hour day with douple overtime, and retention of health and safety protections.

$15.00

CALA Newsletter. March 1972
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CALA Newsletter. March 1972

Madison: Community Action on Latin America, 1972. 6p., 8.5x11 inches, self-wraps secured by folding, very good condition. Cover story on Ecuador.

$12.00

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