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No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age
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No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age

By McAlevey, Jane F.

New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. 253p., very good hardcover in dustjacket.

$12.00

Kinderland Arts and Activism Festival
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Kinderland Arts and Activism Festival

Tolland, MA: the Festival, 2016. 40p., staplebound booklet, mild crease, handling wear. Program for an event held at Camp Kinderland, a longtime movement summer camp.

$12.00

The Witch\'s Child
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The Witch's Child

n.p., [201-]. [14p.], photocopied zine format, very good. Anarchist parables, each with a conclusion related to May Day. "This is why on May Day, we mock..." "This is why we celebrate May Day with orgies"... "This is why we celebrate May Day with sabotage

$10.00

Fire to the prisons. Issue 9
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Fire to the prisons. Issue 9

Paramus, NJ: the magazine, 2010. 120p., 8.5x11 inches, glossy wraps, very good. Much coverage of urban conflict, justification for riots, etc.

$15.00

A peace of a poem: poems & philosophy
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A peace of a poem: poems & philosophy

By Moore, King Thomas

n.p.: Moore Black Press, 2016. [20p.], staplebound chapbook, inscribed inside the cover by the then-9-year-old Black poet.

$12.00

Save our unions: dispatches from a movement in distress
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Save our unions: dispatches from a movement in distress

By Early, Steve

New York: Monthly Review, 2013. 343p., very good paperback. Collection of essays by the labor journalist.

$10.00

How to Build up the Postal Vote
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How to Build up the Postal Vote

By The Labour Party

London: The Labour Party, 2013. 19p., 6.45x8.5 inches, stapled pamphlet, bumped at bottom of spine, else very good. On increasing the use of postal absentee ballots as a way to boost Labour votes.

$12.00

Moonroot. No. 2, Moonroutes
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Moonroot. No. 2, Moonroutes

Baltimore: the zine, 2011. 41p., staplebound zine, very good. Asian diaspora women's zine. "Our theme for issue two is MOONROUTES. geographical and / or historical happenings, place / space, body as landscape, reincarnations / past lives, diaspora / migrations / borderlands / uprooting, queering the diaspora, displacing biological notions of blood, home, and patrilineal descent, movements / moments / motions, historical memory / mind pathways, home / belonging / origins, thoughts on future lives, shifting relationships to our identities / our identity journeys!...

$20.00

My soul looks back
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My soul looks back

By Harris, Jessica B.

New York: Scribner, 2017. Hardcover. 257p., later printing, very good condition in like dj, signed by Harris on the title page.

$12.00

Amorphous geometry
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Amorphous geometry

By Zheng Chongbin

Singapore: Valentine Willie Fine Art, 2012. 32p., slender staplebound booklet, 9.25x11.25 inches, profusely illustrated. "Best known for his monochromatic ink brush paintings, Chongbin's newest works explore novel possibilities for the medium, a topic that has been present throughout his entire artistic career. Expanding upon themes of Variation, Geometry and Architectonic in this exhibition, the artist seeks to retain the fundamental material elements of ink painting as well as provide new outlooks for the medium's role in contemporary art.

$20.00

Passion for God
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Passion for God

By Okabe, Patrick

Irvine, CA: TRI-NET Publishing, 2000. 149p., paperback, very good. The author founded Impact Ministries in Uganda.

$12.00

Occupy the system!   A project of the ak press tacktical media squad
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Occupy the system! A project of the ak press tacktical media squad

By St. Clair, Jeffrey, Joshua Frank, Team Colors, Eric Laursen, Deric Shannon & the AK Press Collective

[Oakland, Ca?]: AK Press, 2011. Pamphlet. 19p., wraps, very good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Anarchy & #occupy no. 1.

$20.00

The Paul Goodman Reader
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The Paul Goodman Reader

By [Goodman, Paul], edited by Taylor Stoehr

Oakland: PM Press, 2011. Paperback. 479p., 6 x 9 inches, very good in wraps.

$12.00

Crack Capitalism
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Crack Capitalism

By Holloway, John

London: Pluto Press, 2010. Paperback. vii, 305p. Very good in wraps.

$12.00

Venezuela, revolution as spectacle. Translated by Chaz Buff
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Venezuela, revolution as spectacle. Translated by Chaz Buff

By Uzcategui, Rafael

Tucson, AZ: See Sharp Press, 2010. Paperback. 232p., wraps, very good condition. Anarchist perspective.

$12.00

Abundance
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Abundance

By Fine, Michael

Oakland: PM Press, 2019. Paperback. 334p., trade paperback. New and in fine new condition. First novel thriller set amidst civil war in Liberia. Carl is an African American expatriate in love with an idealistic medico who has been kidnapped by child soldiers. The rescuer recruits the aid of a smuggler and a thief.

$12.00

Hands off Kevin Clark [pinback button]
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Hands off Kevin Clark [pinback button]

[San Francisco], 2013. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good. Issued after video footage emerged showing San Francisco police beating the 18-year-old African American community college student.

$15.00

Red wedge no. 1.  Winter / Spring 2015.  Art + revolution
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Red wedge no. 1. Winter / Spring 2015. Art + revolution

By Bercerril, Crystal Stella, Alexander Billet, et al eds

N.pl: Red Wedge, 2015. Magazine. 74p., wraps, illus., very good condition,6.5x10.25 inches.

$12.00

Cafe le Whore and other stories
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Cafe le Whore and other stories

By Sheikh, Moazzam

San Francisco: Weavers Press, 2013. 121p., slender paperback, very good. Cover blurb: "Sheikh may be the Pakistani immigrant Woody Allen of our times...

$12.00

Where were you when
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Where were you when

By Ansary, Tamim; Elina Ansary

San Francisco, [201-]. [16p.], staplebound photocopied zine by an Afghan-American father-and-daughter team about the shock of Trump's election.

$15.00

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