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Program of the Communist International, together with the statutes of the Communist International
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Program of the Communist International, together with the statutes of the Communist International

By Communist International

New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1933. 96p., staplebound booklet, mild handling wear, second edition. Ownership signature of "Z. Frank" penciled on title page.

$20.00

Messengers of life and other poems and songs by Edith Segal. Drawings by Samuel Kamen, introduction by Alice Childress
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Messengers of life and other poems and songs by Edith Segal. Drawings by Samuel Kamen, introduction by Alice Childress

By Segal, Edith, Samuel Kamen and Alice Childress

N.pl: Philmark Press, 1981. Paperback. 123p., wraps, inscribed and signed by Segal & Kamen, very good condition. Segal was a long-time radical activist, married to Kamen. Rear panel features a blurb by Ossie Davis.

$20.00

Masses & Mainstream, vol. 5, no. 1, January 1952 to vol. 5, no. 12, December 1952
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Masses & Mainstream, vol. 5, no. 1, January 1952 to vol. 5, no. 12, December 1952

By Sillen, Samuel, ed

New York: Masses & Mainstream, 1952. Twelve issues, a complete run for the year, all 5.5x7.5 inches, wraps worn, soiled, and sun faded, some stains, else generally good condition. Articles by Paul Robeson, Albert E. Kahn, Phillip Bonosky, WEB Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker, Pettis Perry, Lloyd L. Brown, Meridel Le Sueur, Howard Fast, Ettore Rella and others.

$35.00

Mainstream, Vol. 12, no. 1, January, 1959 to vol. 12, no. 12, December, 1959
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Mainstream, Vol. 12, no. 1, January, 1959 to vol. 12, no. 12, December, 1959

By Humbolt, Charles, ed

New York: Masses & Mainstream, Inc, 1959. Magazine. Twelve issues, a complete run for the year, all with worn and soiled wraps, some fading near spines, some vertically creased, March and June issues with ownership stamp of author and economist Karl H. Niebyl on front wraps, May issue with pen notation and sticker residue on rear wrap, else generally good condition. Contributions by Christopher Hill, Thomas McGrath, William L. Patterson, Alvaro Cardona-Hine, Thomas Mann, Phillip Bonosky, Lawrence Gellert, Walter Lowenfells, John Berger, William Z. Foster, Galina Ulanova, art by Anton, Refegier, George Hitchcock, Scott Nearing, and others.

$45.00

Program of the Communist International, together with the statutes of the Communist International
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Program of the Communist International, together with the statutes of the Communist International

By Communist International

New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1933. 96p., staplebound booklet, cover creased, other miscellaneous wear, second edition. Ownership signature of George Kaye on title page (he later served with the International Brigades in Spain).

$15.00

Communist Seeger sings.  Citizens Committee of California, Inc. presents this document to inform the public about Communist activities in Civil Rights
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Communist Seeger sings. Citizens Committee of California, Inc. presents this document to inform the public about Communist activities in Civil Rights

By Citizens Committee of California

[Pasadena?]: Citizens Committee of California, 1959. Four large, 11x17 inch sheets stapled in the upper left hand corner, sheets printed on one side only, creased horizontally. First sheet has text attacking Seeger and sugesting that the Civic Auditorium shouldn't have been rented to him, the next three pages reproduced articles on Seeger (some from CPUSA publications) and HUAC documents. "Seeger is a sort of hill-billy 'proletariat' who picks up a guitar and sings what he calls 'people's songs.'" -from text.

$45.00

Masses & mainstream, vol. 8, no. 1-12 (January-December 1955)
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Masses & mainstream, vol. 8, no. 1-12 (January-December 1955)

By Sillen, Samuel, ed

New York: Masses & Mainstream, 1955. Magazine. Twelve issues, a full year run of the monthly Communist Party-affiliated journal in original stapled wraps, wraps worn and soiled with some stains and fading, Numbers 11 and 12 with small stickers on front wraps, else good condition. Includes contributions by W.E.B. Du Bois, Herbert Aptheker, Paul Robeson, Howard Fast, Michael Gold, Rockwell Kent, and many more.

$65.00

Pages from a worker\'s life
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Pages from a worker's life

By Foster, William Z.

New York: International Publishers, 1943. Hardcover. 316p.,early but not first printing (with postscript dated 1943 adding two pages to the page count, titles to 1943 in book list at rear), minor on the edges of the cover else very good condition.

$10.00

Masses & Mainstream, vol. 7, no. 1-12, January 1954 to December 1954
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Masses & Mainstream, vol. 7, no. 1-12, January 1954 to December 1954

By Sillen, Samuel, ed

New York: Masses & Mainstream, 1954. Twelve issues, a complete run for the year, all 5.5x7.5 inches, all with worn and soiled wraps, some fading and small stains, Number 2 beginning to come loose from wraps, else generally good condition. Contributers include Walter Lownefels, A. B. Magil, Hugo Gellert, Herbert Aptheker, W. E. B. Du Bois, Howard Fast, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, V. J. Jerome, Claudia Jones, Michael Gold, Dalton Trumbo, Paul Robeson, Joseph North, Meridel Le Sueur, and Rockwell Kent.

$60.00

Masses & Mainstream, vol. 3, no. 1-12, January 1950 to December 1950
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Masses & Mainstream, vol. 3, no. 1-12, January 1950 to December 1950

By Sillen, Samuel, ed

New York: Masses & Mainstream, 1950. Twelve issues, a complete run for the year, all 5.5x7.5 inches, all with worn and soiled wraps, some small stains, Number 8 beginning to come loose from wraps, Number 12 dampstained wraps, else generally good condition. Articles by Howard Fast, Pablo Neruda, WEB DuBois, Dalton Trumbo, Shirley Graham, Herbert Aptheker, Michael Gold, and others.

$60.00

Masses & mainstream, vol. 2, no. 1-12 (January-December 1949)
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Masses & mainstream, vol. 2, no. 1-12 (January-December 1949)

By Sillen, Samuel, ed

New York: Masses & Mainstream, 1949. Twelve issues of the monthly journal in original wraps, various pagination, all 5.25 x 8 inches, all with worn and soiled wraps, some small stains, Number 1 with stained front wrap and first page and rusted staples, pen notations on front wraps of Numbers 5 and 7, else generally good condition. Articles by George Lukacs, Herbert Aptheker, Doxey Wilkerson, William Mandel, poetry by Pablo Neruda, Langston Hughes, stories by Howard Fast, Philip Bonosky, Meridel Le Sueur, Rashid Jahan and others.

$50.00

The dead insist on living; a play in six scenes
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The dead insist on living; a play in six scenes

By Waldman, Seymour

New York: Gotham House, 1933. Hardcover. 157p., front. (by Reginald Marsh), first edition, very good hardcover, lacking dj. Proletarian play about unemployment, ending with the unemployed marching on city hall led by a 'party worker.'.

$60.00

One of us; the story of John Reed. In lithographs by Lynd Ward, narrative by Granville Hicks
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One of us; the story of John Reed. In lithographs by Lynd Ward, narrative by Granville Hicks

By Ward, Lynd

New York: Equinox Cooperative Press, 1935. [33 leaves], 30 full-page illus., first edition, ownership signature on front endpaper, otherwise very good.

$30.00

Towards Socialism [six issues]
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Towards Socialism [six issues]

By Franklin, Francis; editor

New York: Bill Haywood Communist Club of Illegally Expelled Members, 1949. Six issues of the mimeographed publication, put out by Franklin and others who had been expelled from the Communist Party for criticizing leadership in unwelcome ways. All are 8.5x14 inches, stapled at upper left corner; 6 to 26 pages per issue. Numbers present are 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12. No. 4 has an unevenly toned cover sheet; otherwise the issues are generally evenly toned, with a horizontal fold, occasional minor marginalia. These issues include statements of self-defense by expelled members, criticism of trends in the Party, and more general pieces on the trade union movement, etc. The authors still saw the Communist Party as theirs, and hoped to purge it of "liquidators, bureaucrats, Trotskyites, real pseudo-'Leftists,' and all other disruptive and anti-Party elements in the leadership and among the memebrship...

$125.00

Angela; a revealing close-up of the woman and the trial, by The Professor [pseud.]
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Angela; a revealing close-up of the woman and the trial, by The Professor [pseud.]

North Hollywood: Leisure Books, 1971. Paperback. 224p., first printing, wraps a bit worn, paper toned, old price sticker on first page else good condition. Foreword by Melvin Belli. Pocket book original on the Angela Davis case.

$12.00

[Collection of reports from a 1937 convention]
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[Collection of reports from a 1937 convention]

By [Communist Party, New York]

New York: CPUSA, 1937. 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets, hole-punched at left margin, held together with two brads; the two top sheets are loose but present, as is the last sheet. Contents include: Report Given by Sam Brown (24 pages); Report Given by Bob Hall - Organizational Secretary (10 pages); Report Given by Comrade Horton, "Communist Party Policy on an American Peace Program" (dated 7/23/37, 11 pages); Report Given by Comrade Mellon - Report of Comrade Lewis Mellon on Legislation (Educational Director of Section 24, 16 pages); Report given by Barbara Saunders (3 pages); Report of Comrade Nellie Evans - Trade Union Director, Section 24 (6 pages); Report of Comrade Kehoe of Branch 5 (3 pages); Report of Comrade Becker, 36S and Section Shop Paper Committee (6 pages); and then a section containing resolutions, including Resolution on Education, four Resolutions on Anti-War Activities, Party Building, Women's work, Youth, Literature, Resolution on Scottsboro, Resolution on Trotskyism, and a few others, including a resolution to collect these materials and have them mimeographed for the membership. Much discussion of local organizing.

$95.00

State Department security; The new passport regulations. Hearings before the subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws of the committee on the judiciary United States senate eighty-seventh congress. Part 3
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State Department security; The new passport regulations. Hearings before the subcommittee to investigate the administration of the internal security act and other internal security laws of the committee on the judiciary United States senate eighty-seventh congress. Part 3

By [Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley; et al]

Washington, D. C.: GPO, 1962. pp. 229-377, xxxviii; staplebound paperback, mild wear to covers. Discussion of regulations which included revoking the passports of American communists. Has substantial material on the case of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.

$35.00

Henry Winston meets Angela Davis
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Henry Winston meets Angela Davis

By Tournour, Gene

New York: Communist Party, U.S.A., 1970. Pamphlet. 8p., very good condition, paper evenly toned, 8.5x5.5 inches. Reprinted from the DAILY WORLD.

$22.00

Germany, Hitler and the trade unions.  Wels and Leipart on their knees in the Third Empire.  (Reprinted from no. 8 \
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Germany, Hitler and the trade unions. Wels and Leipart on their knees in the Third Empire. (Reprinted from no. 8 "C.I.") [cover title, sub-title from caption title]

New York: Workers' Library Publishers, 1933. Pamphlet. 23, [i]p., wraps, paper browned, "Bronx Workers Book Shop" stamp on front wrap else good condition, 4x6 inches. Issued during the CPUSA's third period.

$35.00


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