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Between the Lines: A Cooperative Grassroots Newsletter [eight issues]
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Between the Lines: A Cooperative Grassroots Newsletter [eight issues]

Sacramento: Sacramento Peace Center, 1991. Newspaper. 8 issues of the newspaper. Issues present are Volume 1 Numbers 1-3, 5-7, and vol. 4 nos. 1 and 2. Various pagination, all are horizontally folded as issued. Address label on cover. Local activist news with a focus on peace and environmental activism. Each issue includes a calendar of upcoming events and reprints from newsletters of other local organizations.

$50.00

Meeting. Tues, Feb. 24... [handbill]
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Meeting. Tues, Feb. 24... [handbill]

By Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam

New York: Student Mobilization Committee, 1970. 8.5x11 inch handbill, mimeographed text both sides. Columbia University student activist meeting. Outlines topics for the upcoming event, including defense of the Conspiracy 7 in Chicago and the Panther 21.

$12.00

Can Hitler cripple America\'s economy? See what three of America\'s outstanding economists say: Bernard M. Baruch, Raymond Moley, George N. Peek
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Can Hitler cripple America's economy? See what three of America's outstanding economists say: Bernard M. Baruch, Raymond Moley, George N. Peek

By Baruch, Bernard M., Raymond Moley & George N. Peek

Chicago: American First Committee, 1941. Pamphlet. 31p., wraps soiled and a bit worn, pencil brackets to page 11, else good condition, 4x6.75 inches. The publisher's helpfully inform us that reading time for this pamphlet is "17 minutes, 40 seconds.

$15.00

Johnson Goes, Imperialism Remains! Spartacist supplement, May 1968
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Johnson Goes, Imperialism Remains! Spartacist supplement, May 1968

By [Spartacist]

New York: Central Committee of the Spartacist League, 1968. 4p., newsprint toned but otherwise very good, 8.25x10.75 inches. On the Vietnam war, the anti-war movement, and Johnson's announcement that he would not run for re-election.

$12.00

Peace review (first two issues)
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Peace review (first two issues)

New Delhi, India: S. Kaul, 1953. The first two issues of the journal, worn wraps, pages toned. Leftist publication beginning after the cessation of the Korean War, with Mulk Raj Anand topping the list of consulting editors.

$40.00

The ANTI-WARrior: a newsletter of military dissension and resistance [Nos. 1-3]
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The ANTI-WARrior: a newsletter of military dissension and resistance [Nos. 1-3]

Berkeley: the newspaper, 1992. Three issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, pages toned, first issue somewhat crinkled, second issue with mailing label and postal markings. All three separately published issues of the publication produced by military resisters to the Persian Gulf war. A final "issue" was published as a section of StormWarning!, no. 23 (July 1992).

$15.00

The ANTI-WARrior: a newsletter of military dissension and resistance [Nos. 1-3]
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The ANTI-WARrior: a newsletter of military dissension and resistance [Nos. 1-3]

Berkeley: the newspaper, 1992. Three issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, pages toned, otherwise only light handling wear. All three separately published issues of the publication produced by military resisters to the Persian Gulf war. A final "issue" was published as a section of StormWarning!, no. 23 (July 1992).

$25.00

Lágrimas en Irak: madre hispana desafía ejército norteamericano
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Lágrimas en Irak: madre hispana desafía ejército norteamericano

By Valencia, Anabelle

Victoria, BC: Trafford, 2006. 112 p., slender paperback, very good. Text in Spanish. By an anti-war mother who had two children fighting with the US forces in Iraq.

$25.00

The Libertarian Peace Committee
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The Libertarian Peace Committee

Riverside, CA: the Committee, 1990. Six-panel brochure, very good. Introduces the group's perspectives on contemporary events, including opposition to the Gulf War. Rear panel is an advertisement for Renaissance Bookshop in Riverside.

$12.00

The Student Mobilizer, vol. 3, no. 5, May 9, 1970: The Antiwar University; Strike!
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The Student Mobilizer, vol. 3, no. 5, May 9, 1970: The Antiwar University; Strike!

By Student Mobilization Committee

New York: Student Mobilization Committee, 1970. Single sheet, 17x22.5 inches, folded in fourths, toned and edgeworn with several closed tears along edges else good condition. Front of sheet consists of a poster showing an illustration of raised fists with "The Antiwar University" written above them and "Strike!" written below. Back of sheet contains information on student strikes against the war.

$15.00

NYU Inc.; Issue 2 Volume 2, September 2003: Disorientation Guide
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NYU Inc.; Issue 2 Volume 2, September 2003: Disorientation Guide

New York: NYU Inc, 2003. 31p., folded tabloid format, illus., very good condition. Alternative newspaper published by NYU students. This is the second annual Disorientation Guide, intended to "counter the glossy brochures and slick propaganda that the administration has aimed at first-year students." Covers issues and activism at NYU, the radical history of various university buildings, and a guide to resources in New York, along with news and opinions on current events such as the Iraq war, gay marriage, anti-abortion laws, and more.

$15.00

Lesbian and Gay Anti-War Contingent March to Oakland Naval Supply Center for a Picket or Join the Non-Violent Blockade [handbill] March behind the Lavender Banner
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Lesbian and Gay Anti-War Contingent March to Oakland Naval Supply Center for a Picket or Join the Non-Violent Blockade [handbill] March behind the Lavender Banner

San Francisco: Lesbian & gay Focus of the All Peoples Congress, 1982. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one side only with information on the rally and blockade, the demands, a bit of history of the US intervention in El Salvador and CISPES, very good on pink stock.

$15.00

Appeal of the Belgian Workmen to the Workmen of all Nations
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Appeal of the Belgian Workmen to the Workmen of all Nations

London: W. Speaight & Sons, 1916. Pamphlet. 13p., 4.75x7 inches, pamphlet, rust to staples, toned, some foxing to wraps, vertically folded in the past, now flat, library stamp to front wrap, else good.

$15.00

Peace in the Space Age [pinback button]
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Peace in the Space Age [pinback button]

Nevada City, CA: Space House Unlimited, mfg. by The Button Works, 1975. 1.75 inch diameter pin, peace sign formed by launching rocket.

$15.00

Marchas da Paz / 1983 [pinback button]
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Marchas da Paz / 1983 [pinback button]

[Portugal], 1983. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good, with motif of a raised hand stopping an incoming missile. Issued in coordination with protests in that year against the stationing of missiles in Portugal.

$12.00

The Journal, Vol. 2, nos. 1 & 3, April & June 1971 [two issues] Rochester\'s Independent Newspaper
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The Journal, Vol. 2, nos. 1 & 3, April & June 1971 [two issues] Rochester's Independent Newspaper

By Everitt, Julie (ed.)

Rochester, NY: Options Open, Inc, 1971. Newspaper. two 16p. folded tabloids, illus., light toning and a bit of fraying, else good. Halfway between an underground and a liberal community newspaper, the headlines say it all: FBI files stolen, sent to Journal; Exclusive interview: Shirley Chisholm; Inside report on Paris peace talks; Can verdict save Genesee Valley Park?; Jim-Cor: Slumlord under attack!; Vets Against War forms in Rochester; Communes in Rochester; More FBI papers received; How City destroyed Maplewood Park; Special supplement on Welfare. Relatively few ads, but of those few, two are for competing water bed stores.

$18.00

Mobilizer to end mass murder in Vietnam. Vol. 1, no. 2 (February 6, 1967)
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Mobilizer to end mass murder in Vietnam. Vol. 1, no. 2 (February 6, 1967)

By Spring Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam

New York: National Mobilization Committee, 1967. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, lightly worn else very good in wraps. Secured only by folding, no staples. Single issue of the newsletter, published as part of the lead up to the upcoming April 15 demonstration against the war. Includes an article on James Bevel, a staff member of the SNCC who had just been made National Director of the Spring Mobilization Committee.

$25.00

In the common interest / Strategies for peace / June 13, 1981 [pinback button]
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In the common interest / Strategies for peace / June 13, 1981 [pinback button]

n.p., 1981. 1.5 inchthin wooden disc with printed design, pin mechanism affixed to rear.

$12.00

The student mobilizer, vol. 2, no. 6 (October, 1968)
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The student mobilizer, vol. 2, no. 6 (October, 1968)

By Student Mobilization Committee

New York: Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietanm, 1968. 4p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, edgeworn, small tear along fold else good condition. Cover story on a march of GIs and veterans for peace.

$20.00

March on Washington - San Francisco. Out now: April 24 [pinback button]
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March on Washington - San Francisco. Out now: April 24 [pinback button]

By National Peace Action Coalition

Washington DC: NPAC, 1971. 1.6 inch pin, yellow background with blue and red print, blue border; light scuffing. Date and slogan match those of the 1971 actions on the east and west coasts by NPAC.

$12.00

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