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Observer: Quarterly Journal of the Point Reyes Bird Observatory; Number 87, Winter 1989-1990
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Observer: Quarterly Journal of the Point Reyes Bird Observatory; Number 87, Winter 1989-1990

By Peaslee, Susan Claire, editor

Stinson Beach, CA: Point Reyes Bird Observatory, 1989. Magazine. 15p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., address label and small stain on rear wrap else very good condition.

$15.00

Off! The Voice of Campus and Community; Autumn 1998
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Off! The Voice of Campus and Community; Autumn 1998

By Burzio, Steve editor, Tim La Pietra, co-editor

Binghamton, NY: Off Campus College Meeting, SUNY Binghamton, 1998. 62p., wraps, printed on newsprint, 8.5x11 inches, wraps worn and vertically creased, address written in pen on rear wrap, remains of tape used to hold shut for mailing, else good condition. Well-produced journal with discussion of current events, the prison-industrial complex, Mumia Abu-Jamal, the War on Drugs, a translation of an EZLN bulletin into English, and more.

$15.00

Whither Marxism? Global crises in international perspective [conference program]
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Whither Marxism? Global crises in international perspective [conference program]

Riverside, CA: Center for Ideas and Society, 1993. [8p.], staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mailing label on rear cover. Announcement for a conference that featured Jacques Derrida for the opening address.

$12.00

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

Gerbil: a queer culture zine; #6
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Gerbil: a queer culture zine; #6

By Leuzzi, Tony & Brad Pease, editors, Tom of Finland, Jim Crotty, Michaekl Lane, Lea Delaria, Bob Smith et al.

Rochester: Gerbil Zine, 1996. Magazine. 32p. includes covers, 7.5x9.5 inches, articles, reviews, news, illustrations, photos, poetry, very good magazine in stapled glossy pictorial wraps. Illustrated two-page essay on Tom of Finland.

$25.00

Lies of Our Times: A Journal to Correct the Record; Vol. 2 No. 5, May 1991
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Lies of Our Times: A Journal to Correct the Record; Vol. 2 No. 5, May 1991

By Ray, Ellen, executive editor

New York: Sheridan Square Press, 1991. 24p., including covers, stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., wraps lightly worn, address label on rear wrap, else very good condition. Media criticism, with a particular focus on The New York Times. Articles on Dick Cheney, the Gulf War, Augusto Pinochet, and more. Includes a contribution by Noam Chomsky.

$12.00

Odyssey Magazine: vol. 1, #4: Spring fashion
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Odyssey Magazine: vol. 1, #4: Spring fashion

By Wilson, Daniel, editor, Jerome Caja

San Francisco: Mike Everaert, 1992. Magazine. [28p] includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, ads, reviews, events, bars, taverns, photos, very good digest size magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$20.00

The Duboce Triangle: a gay soap; Smutopolis [palybill]
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The Duboce Triangle: a gay soap; Smutopolis [palybill]

By Gomolvilas, Prince eta al

San Francisco: The Half Baked Players & The Playwrights Foundation, 1999. [16p] includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, single-sheet playbill laid-in, who's who in the cast and crew, ads, very good in stapled white printed wraps. Playbill for one of four plays making up "The Duboce Triangle

$20.00

Asian Pacific Affairs: A publication of the National Pacific Center on Aging [5 issues]
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Asian Pacific Affairs: A publication of the National Pacific Center on Aging [5 issues]

By Shimabukuro, Bob, editor

Seattle: National Asian Pacific Center on Aging, 1997. Five issues of the newsletter, a complete run for the period between December 1996 and December 1997. Issues present are Volume 5 Numbers 1 to 6. Numbers 1 and 2 are 8p. each, all others are 16p. each, 8.25 x 11 inches each, all with worn wraps, folded in half for mailing, and with address label on rear wrap, Number 1 with small stain on front wrap else generally good condition.

$20.00

Drummer Tough Customers #4
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Drummer Tough Customers #4

By Wonacott, Marcus-Jay, editor

San Francisco: Desmodus, 1980. Magazine. 72p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, illustrated throughout with explicit amateur Rough Trade and Leatherman photos accompanied by contact info, lightly-worn magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Reader-requested contact publication (personal ads).

$15.00

Anti-racist news. December 1998 [together with a worn copy of its predecesor, ARA News, from January 26, 1998]
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Anti-racist news. December 1998 [together with a worn copy of its predecesor, ARA News, from January 26, 1998]

Columbus, OH: Institute for Contemporary Journalism, 1998. 23p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, light handling wear. The earlier magazine is similar format, also 23 p., but with edgewear and faint edge stain. Cover story on anti-racist skinheads murdered by a nazi in Las Vegas.

$20.00

FTM Newsletter #18, January 1992
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FTM Newsletter #18, January 1992

By Green, James, editor, Kevin Horowitz, et al.

Oakland: FTM, 1992. 8p., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, news, events, opinion, interviews, photos, letters, services and resources, very good newsletter of folded sheets. Female to Male transgender organization house organ. Surgical Update and minutes of the October Informational Meeting.

$25.00

Rank culture. Volume II (Spring 1996)
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Rank culture. Volume II (Spring 1996)

Portland, OR: the zine, 1996. [24p.], second issue of the staplebound zine, old price label on cover, light handling wear. Personal commentaries and poems by various women.

$15.00

The African Communist [26 different issues]
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The African Communist [26 different issues]

London; Johannesburg: Inkululeko Pubs. for the South African Communist Party, 2002. Paperback. Twenty-six issues of the journal. Publication was originally in exile, moving to South Africa after the fall of Apartheid. Generally very good condition, though some issues have minor markings or handling wear. Issues present are: 108, 109, 113, 116, 118-123, 138-150, 152, 154, 158, 159. 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.

$95.00

Anti-racist news. December 1998
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Anti-racist news. December 1998

Columbus, OH: Institute for Contemporary Journalism, 1998. 23p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, light handling wear. Cover story on anti-racist skinheads murdered by a nazi in Las Vegas.

$15.00

The Red Book: exposure to blood on the job; what school employees need to know
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The Red Book: exposure to blood on the job; what school employees need to know

By Mitchell, Julia, text, Dominic Cappello, illustrations

Washington DC: NEA/HIN: National Education Association/Health Information Network, 1998. 32p. includes covers, 4.5x7 inches, information, services and resources, illustrations, very good booklet in stapled red pictorial wraps.

$20.00

Artifacts: monthly fine-art magazine [two issues: Vol. 1 no. 1, vol. 2 no. 1)
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Artifacts: monthly fine-art magazine [two issues: Vol. 1 no. 1, vol. 2 no. 1)

Lagos, Nigeria: Artifacts, 1993. Two issues of the staplebound magazine, mild handling wear, 42 and 30 pages respectively. Articles about local artists and social issues. Much expression of discontent with the Society of Nigerian Artists.

$25.00

The African Communist [15 different issues]
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The African Communist [15 different issues]

London; Johannesburg: Inkululeko Pubs. for the South African Communist Party, 2002. Paperback. Fifteen issues of the journal. Publication was originally in exile, moving to South Africa after the fall of Apartheid. Generally good to very good condition, though 120 is rather worn and some some issues have minor markings (old prices or letters penned on the cover) or handling wear. Issues present are: 119, 120, 123, 139/140, 141-145, 147-150, 152, 159. 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.

$45.00

The Gulf war and the new world order
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The Gulf war and the new world order

By Frank, Andre Gunder [and] Salah Jaber

Amsterdam: International Institute for Research and Education, 1991. 71p., wraps, 8x11.5 inches, wraps worn and soiled, front wrap stained else good condition. (Notebooks for study and research, no. 14).

$12.00

Black men still singing; poems by Maurice W. Britts, et. al
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Black men still singing; poems by Maurice W. Britts, et. al

Robbinsdale, MN: Guild Press, 1990. 60p., slender paperback, very good.

$17.00

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