Anti-war from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB

cover of Space for all people; vol. 1, no. 4 (August 1980)

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San Francisco: Citizens for Space Demilitarization, 1980. Pamphlet. [8p.], 8.5x11 inches, unbound, leaves inlaid in newsletter format; front wrap somewhat unevenly toned, else in very good condition. Anti-space-nuke newsletter with socialist sympathies. Includes two letters to the editor by Don Busky (Socialist Party) and Bill De Costa (Communist Party, Marxist-Leninst).
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cover of New England Free Press

New England Free Press

by New England Free Press

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1967
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$15.00

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Boston: New England Free Press, 1967. Pamphlet. 8p. in nested wraps, 8.5x11 inches, fold-creased, front wrap toned along one edge, address label and stamps on rear wrap, else good condition. No date or issue number, but recipient has penciled 11/2/67 on rear wrap. Articles on anti-war organizing, an upcoming SDS conference, the grape strike, and more.
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cover of The Peacemaker: Volume 37, Number 7, August 13, 1984

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Garberville, CA: The Peacemaker, 1984. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid newspaper format, evenly toned else very good condition. Articles on nuclear resistance, draft resistance, and more.
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$12.00
cover of The Gadfly

The Gadfly

by Shapiro, S., editor; L. Elston, V. Forbes, Frank Halpern

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1967
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$45.00

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San Diego: San Diego Council for Social Action, 1967. Newsletter. [8p.], 8.5x11 inches, inlaid a letter by the United Farm Workers to boycott Perelli Minetti products; mailing fold, touch of foxing on front page, minor edgewear, else in very good condition.
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 10, #19 (#248) May 15-21, 1970: Here Lies the Myth of American Democracy, In Memoriam of All Those Who Have Died

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Berkeley: Max Scherr, 1970. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, sex ads, articles, news, columns, edgeworn, evenly toned, address label on front wrap, else good on newsprint. Articles on Ken Kesey, student anti-war activism, organic gardening, a report from Santa Rita jail, and the usual sex ads and classifieds.
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cover of The Peacemaker: Volume 37, Number 10, October 9, 1984

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Garberville, CA: The Peacemaker, 1984. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid newspaper format, evenly toned else very good condition. Articles on the militarization of space, draft resistance, protesting the Republican National Convention, and more.
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 10, #18 (#247) May 8-14, 1970: Rise Up Angry!!! No More Lying Down

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Berkeley: Max Scherr, 1970. Newspaper. 23p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, sex ads, articles, news, columns, edgeworn, evenly toned, address label on front wrap, else good on newsprint. Cover story on the Kent State shootings, including a centerfold drawing by Sig Abeles, articles on draft dodging vs. joining the G.I movement, anti-war demonstrations, and… Read more
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 18, #11 (Issue 423) September 21-27, 1973; Leary Star Rises

Berkeley Barb: vol. 18, #11 (Issue 423) September 21-27, 1973; Leary Star Rises

by Scherr, Max. editor and publisher

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1973
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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, Inc, 1973. Newspaper. 40p., folded tabloid, illus., lightly edgeworn and evenly toned, creased, address label on front wrap, else good condition. Berkeley's longest running underground newspaper. Cover photos of Angela Davis (speaking at a rally against the coup in Chile), Joanna Harcout-Smith (Timothy Leary's girlfriend, referred to here as Joanna Leary although they were not actually… Read more
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 18, #1 (Issue 412) July 6-12, 1973

Berkeley Barb: vol. 18, #1 (Issue 412) July 6-12, 1973

by Scherr, Max. editor and publisher

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1973
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$25.00

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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, Inc, 1973. Newspaper. 47p., folded tabloid, illus., lightly edgeworn and evenly toned, address label on front wrap, else very good condition. Berkeley's longest running underground newspaper. Interviews with Carol Doda, Linda Lovelace, and Tony Serra, comix by Gilbert Shelton, articles on the Gainsville 8 (members of the Vietnam Veterans against the War/Winter Soldier Organization charged with… Read more
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cover of Fighting Times: Organizing on the Front Lines of the Class War

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Oakland: PM Press, 2022. Paperback. 299p., wraps, light handling wear else very good condition. Memoir by the anti-war activist who organized a militant rank-and-file caucus in the UAW.
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 9, #14 (#217) October 10 - 16, 1969

Berkeley Barb: vol. 9, #14 (#217) October 10 - 16, 1969

by Coult, Allan, editor

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1969
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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1969. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, articles, news, columns, evenly toned, address label on front wrap, else very good on newsprint. Another issue from the Allan Coult interregnum, before the return of Max Scherr as owner. Cover features photo of Telegraph Ave. street people, as does the issue centerspread.… Read more
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cover of Johnny Got His Gun [screenplay]

Johnny Got His Gun [screenplay]

by Trumbo, Dalton

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1968
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$750.00

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Beverly Hills: The Campbell, Silver, Cosby Corporation, 1968. Paperback. 122p, mimeographed 8.5x11 inch sheets affixed with brads. Very good. "Final Draft" of the screenplay, dated April 21, 1968, although there was evidently more than one "final draft," as we have also seen a 136-page version with lettered inserts. Under the corporate contact address on the title page is a… Read more
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 12, #23 (#305) June 18-24, 1971; Tilden Indian Ripoff; An American First: Judge Breaks Law to Stop a War

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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1971. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, sex ads, articles, news, columns, evenly toned, lightly edgeworn, address label on front wrap, else very good on newsprint. Cover stories are on a police raid of Nike Indian Village (an occupation of an abandoned missile site by Native Americans) and a Boston… Read more
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cover of Political protest and cultural revolution: nonviolent direct action in the 1970s and 1980s

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Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Hardcover. xiii, 327p, [16] pages of plates, very good condition in like dj.
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cover of Peace Gazette, [40 issues]

Peace Gazette, [40 issues]

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Published
1997
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Walnut Creek, CA: Mt. Diablo Peace Center, 1997. Newsletter. Newsletter, forty issues of various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, illustrated, address labels affixed to address plate on rear cover, edge and shelf wear, some minor staining on covers, else in good condition. Issues in this run: Vol. 20, no. 6 June 1988; Vol. 21, No. 11 December 1989; Vol. 22, No.… Read more
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cover of Berkeley Barb: vol. 16 [actually vol. 15] #23 (#382), Dec. 8-14, 1972

Berkeley Barb: vol. 16 [actually vol. 15] #23 (#382), Dec. 8-14, 1972

by Scherr, Max, editor

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1972
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$30.00

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Berkeley: Max Scherr, 1972. Newspaper. 23p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned, lightly edgeworn, else good condition. Articles on the trial of Ruchell Magee, anti-war activism, and more, along with the usual classifieds and sex ads.
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cover of WIN: Peace and Freedom Through Nonviolent Action; Volume 3, Number 20, November 30, 1967

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New York: New York Workshop in Nonviolence / War Resisters League, 1967. Magazine. 15p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, lightly worn, subscribers address label and postage affixed to address plate on rear cover, show shelf and edge wear, else good condition.
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cover of And Then the World Blew Up

And Then the World Blew Up

by Fish, Mr.; aka Dwayne Booth, artwork and texts. Gary Groth, editor

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
2017
ISBN
9781683960423
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$25.00

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Seattle: Fantagraphic Books Inc, 2017. Paperback. 208p., a glorious big magazine with varied large & small artwork in color and b&w. The texts are as good as the visuals. Expect many artsy genitals and breasts, a favorite way to deeply deplore militarism. Printed on glazed alkaline paperstock and softbound in 12x9 inch color card wraps; slight edgewear, a very… Read more
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cover of WIN: Peace and Freedom Through Nonviolent Action; Volume 3, Number 18, October 30, 1967

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New York: New York Workshop in Nonviolence / War Resisters League, 1967. Magazine. 14p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, lightly worn, subscribers address printed on address pllate on rear cover, very good condition. Includes an articles and calls for the October 1967 days of resistence and other anti-draft, anti-Vietnam War actions.
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cover of WIN: Peace and Freedom Through Nonviolent Action; Volume 3, Number 19, November 15, 1967

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New York: New York Workshop in Nonviolence / War Resisters League, 1967. Magazine. 15p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, lightly worn, subscribers address label affixed to address plate on rear cover, show shelf and edge wear, some warping due to moisture along bottom edge of wraps, else good condition.
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