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Free Angela Davis; hero of the other America, containing an address by Werner Lamberz, member of the Politbureau of the Central Committee of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (German Democratic Republic)
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Free Angela Davis; hero of the other America, containing an address by Werner Lamberz, member of the Politbureau of the Central Committee of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (German Democratic Republic)

By Steiniger, Klaus

N. pl: National Council of the National Front of the German Democratic Republic, 1971. 93p., numerous illus., very good paperback. East German solidarity publication.

$25.00

Here I stand
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Here I stand

By Beecher, John

New York: Twice A Year Press, 1941. Hardcover. 42p., first edition, one of 400 unsigned copies, this copy not numbered, very good condition in lke dj. Beecher, born in New York City, grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and worked at the open hearth furnaces in Birmingham's steel mills. This experience contributed to the working class imagery and related radicalism that informed all of his poetry. Beecher, after World War II, took a teaching position at San Francisco State University, in 1950 he was fired from it for refusing to sign a loyalty oath. In 1977 the California legislature reinstated his position at the University.

$15.00

Come on in ... the water\'s fine!
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Come on in ... the water's fine!

By Alabama Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Birmingham, AL: Alabama Labor Council, AFL-CIO, 1965. Eight panel brochure, pen doodle on front panel else very good condition, illustrated (pictures of white folks), 3.5x8.5 inches. For local unions encouraging them to affliate with the Council. Not even a whisper about the civil rights movement or African Americans.

$25.00

Ludwig von Mises: Scholar, Creator, Hero
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Ludwig von Mises: Scholar, Creator, Hero

By Rothbard, Murray N.

Auburn, AL: Ludwig Von Mises Institute, 1988. Paperback. 87p., trade paperback, sunned spine, light soiling to cover, lower right bumped corner, perfect-bound binding still intact though aging, else good. Published by Lew Rockwell's Mises Institute in Alabama. Rockwell and Rothbard were part of the effort to align libertarians and paleo-cons.

$12.00

The price we pay
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The price we pay

By Tucker, Irwin St. John

Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1917. [4p.] brochure, 5.875x9.25 inches, paper browned with extensive chipping in the margins and stains in the margins. Opposed to the war and conscription, published as an inducement to subscribe to The American Socialist. Tucker, born in Mobile Alabama, was a priest of the Protestant Episcopal Church. "War is the price of your stupidity, you who have rejected Socialism!

$12.00

Murray N. Rothbard: a scholar in defense of freedom A bibliographical essay by David Gordon with a bibliography compiled by Carl Watner and annotated by David Gordon
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Murray N. Rothbard: a scholar in defense of freedom A bibliographical essay by David Gordon with a bibliography compiled by Carl Watner and annotated by David Gordon

By Gordon, David and Carl Watner

Auburn, AL: The Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1986. Pamphlet. 72p., wraps, yellow highlighting and one bibliographical entry added in pen, else very good.

$15.00

Grey is not a color
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Grey is not a color

By Perry, Darryl W.

n.p.: the author, [200-]. 70p., very good paperback, signed by the author. Poetry by the Alabama-based libertarian activist.

$12.00

Always Hope
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Always Hope

By Worrall, Lisa

no place: Self-published by the author, 2012. Paperback. 158p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. M/M Romance by cisgender woman UK author. Set in Freedom, Alabama.

$11.00

The Log of The Vigilante (poem)
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The Log of The Vigilante (poem)

By Martin, Herbert Woodward

Lewiston: Mellen Poetry Press, 2000. Paperback. 116p., very good first edition trade paperback in blue wraps. Alabama-born, Ohio-raised African-American poet ; poem-sequence on the slave trade (Martin invents advertisements), Jim Crow (offers a mock obituary), lynching, Cadillac fetish versus Ford (Henry the cracker).

$20.00

Women of Fair Hope
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Women of Fair Hope

By Gaston, Paul M.

Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1984. Hardcover. xiv, 143p., first edition, previous owner's bookplate, textblock edges lightly foxed else good condition in an edge worn dj. Mercer University, Lamar memorial lectures, no. 25. Fair Hope was founded in Alabama in 1895 by supporters of Henry George and the single tax.

$15.00

Fresh Meat
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Fresh Meat

By Summers, B. Bentley

n.p.: Self-published by the author at Queer Sense Media, 2015. Paperback. vii, 367p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Self-published supernatural prison novel set in Alabama with African American and gay characters.

$10.00

Fighting Woman News Magazine: vol. 20, #1, whole #52, Winter 1994
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Fighting Woman News Magazine: vol. 20, #1, whole #52, Winter 1994

By Pettis, Debra L., editor, Cathy Drinkwater Better, Joyce Black et al.

Theodore, AL: Fighting Woman News, 1994. Magazine. 24p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, essays, articles, reviews, poetry, illustrations, directory, services and resources, very good martial arts magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Martial arts and feminist awareness.

$20.00

The Deaths of Animals and Lesser Gods
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The Deaths of Animals and Lesser Gods

By Barrax, Gerald W.

Lexington: University of Kentucky, 1984. Paperback. 72p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps, review copy with letter from the publisher laid in . Callalloo Poetry vol. 4. The Alabama-born African American poet's third book.

$15.00

The Alabama angels; with illustrations by the author
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The Alabama angels; with illustrations by the author

By Barwick, Mary

Montgomery: The Black Belt Press, 1989. Paperback. [28]p., 9 inches wide by 7 inches tall in stapled glossy illustrated wraps. 12 full-page illus. of the author's primitive paintings. Children's story about Alabama's black rural life, by a European American author.

$18.00

Class of 1951 Graduation Invitation
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Class of 1951 Graduation Invitation

By Decatur Negro High School

Decatur, AL: Decatur Negro High School, 1951. 3.75x5 inch folded invitation card and card-holder, smaller 4-panel invitation bound-in with the invitation printed in script on cover, school motto, roll, flower and color on inner panel, tiny name plate printed with the name Vendetta Jackson Marks set in die-cut fold, embossed cover, bound with wide blue satin ribbon, very good.

$35.00

The last of the Scottsboro Boys; an autobiography
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The last of the Scottsboro Boys; an autobiography

By Norris, Clarence and Sybil D. Washington

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1979. Hardcover. 281p., first edition, fading to cloth along edges. Slight byump to lower rear board nera middle. Fading to dj spine.

$25.00

History of Rome
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History of Rome

By Wood, Clement

Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1924. 64p., 5 x 3.5 inch stapled wraps, evenly toned. Little blue book no. 126. Overview by the Alabama native and socialist.

$12.00

Cleopatra and her loves
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Cleopatra and her loves

By Wood, Clement

Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1925. 64p., 5 x 3.5 inch stapled wraps, evenly toned. Little blue book no. 975. The Alabama native and socialist discusses Cleopatra in revisionist, positive terms.

$12.00

Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Jim Blair, Imperial Wizard [business card]
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Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Jim Blair, Imperial Wizard [business card]

By Blair, Jim

Five Points, AL: Jim Blair, [198-]. Standard business card, red and black text, KKK emblem at right. Very good.

$12.00

Palestine-of-tomorrow for Jews, Christians, and Moslems
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Palestine-of-tomorrow for Jews, Christians, and Moslems

By Sha'ath, Nabil

Birmingham, AL: Committee for Better American Relations in the Middle East, 1972. 15p., 4.5x7.5 inches, staplebound pamphlet, very good.

$20.00

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