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Debating Clause Four: The Battle for Labour\'s Soul. With foreword by Arthur Scargill
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Debating Clause Four: The Battle for Labour's Soul. With foreword by Arthur Scargill

By Scargill, Arthur, Nick Holden, Jill Mountford, Mick Duncan, Tom Rigby, Angie Brown, Alan Simposon, Ginny Hall, [and] Debbie Leonard

London: Socialist Campaign Group Youth, 1994. 16p., 8 x 10.5 inches, very good condition in stapled wraps. Collection of articles on Tony Blair's announcement that he wanted to replace Clause Four, which stated the Labour Party's aims. The authors accuse Blair of wanting to "shift Labour closer to the wealthy classes, and further away from the working classes." Blair's revised Clause Four was adopted in 1995.

$20.00

Socialist Outlook [10 issues of the magazine]
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Socialist Outlook [10 issues of the magazine]

London: Socialist Outlook, 1990. Magazine. Ten issues of the magazine, a complete run for the year 1990. Issues present are Numbers 20 to 29. Various pagination, most 33 pages, all 8.25 x 11.5 inches. All have worn wraps, some light soiling, else generally very good condition. Articles on union organizing, the FMLN in El Salvador, Sinn Fein, abortion rights, the poll tax, the implosion of East European Stalinism, Nelson Mandela's release from prison, anti-Zionist organizing, the Gulf War, and more.

$30.00

Communist Action: Quarterly Journal of the Communist Action Group.  Number 4, Autumn 1994
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Communist Action: Quarterly Journal of the Communist Action Group. Number 4, Autumn 1994

By Communist Action Group

London: Communist Action Group, 1994. Magazine. 31p., wraps, very good condition. Wraps are secured only by folding. British Stalinist publication. Also includes a transcript of a speech given by Pat Hayes who had just been sentaced to 30 years for his work as an IRA volunteer.

$12.00

Proletarian Nos 1 & 2
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Proletarian Nos 1 & 2

London: BM/Spark, 1987. Magazine. 110p., 8.25 x 11.75 inches, wraps soiled else very good condition in stapled wraps. Later reprint of issues 1 and 2 of "Proletarian" collected into one volume with a new preface. Published by a small group that emerged from a split in the New Communist Party. Issue Number 1 is titled "Economism, Tailism and the New Communist Party" and Issue Number 2 is titled "Proletarian Internationalism and the Irish National Question

$20.00

The British Miners\' Struggle and the International Proletarian Movement
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The British Miners' Struggle and the International Proletarian Movement

Milan: Centro di Iniziativa Marxista-Nuclei leninisti Internazionalisti, 1980. 12p., 8.25 x 11.75 inches, wraps sun faded else very good condition in stapled wraps. On the British miners strike and what it means for the broader European labor movement.

$25.00

The Leveller: The New Radical Examiner.  Pilot Issue, February 1976
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The Leveller: The New Radical Examiner. Pilot Issue, February 1976

London: The Ad Hoc Committee to Launch the New Monthly, 1976. Magazine. 31p., 8.25 x 11.75 inches, small stain on rear wrap else very good condition in staplebound wraps. Articles on reggae music, political theater, and more.

$20.00

The Black Worker: Bulletin of the Black Socialist Workers Movement [single issue]
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The Black Worker: Bulletin of the Black Socialist Workers Movement [single issue]

By Black Socialist Workers Movement

London: Black Socialist Workers Movement, 1990. Magazine. 16p., 8.25 x 11.75 inches, very good condition in stapled wraps, No volume or issue number is given. Not dated, but text refers to the 1993 Asylum and Immigration Appeals Act. Articles on South Africa, immigration, the criminalization of black youth, Cuba, Jamaica, and more.

$35.00

13th London Lesbian & Gay Film festival 8-22 April 1999
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13th London Lesbian & Gay Film festival 8-22 April 1999

London: British Film Inst, 1999. Magazine. 24p. includes covers, 8.25x11.75 inches, articles, calendar, special events, index, stills, photos, ads, film descriptions, very good program booklet in stapled yellow, blue and green pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Communist Left: Review of the International Communist Party.  Number 8
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Communist Left: Review of the International Communist Party. Number 8

Liverpool: international Communist Party, nd. 49p., 8.25 x 11.75 inches, very good condition in stapled wraps. Not dated, but notes that issue Number 2 was published in 1990.

$15.00

Who are the Tories
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Who are the Tories

By Brown, Michael Barratt

London: Universities & Left Review and The New Reasoner, 1959. Pamphlet. 23p., 5.25x8.25 inches, stapled pamphlet, pictorial wraps, very good. Survey and analysis of historical and then current Tory members of parliament.

$15.00

Bromyard; Minster, Manor and Town
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Bromyard; Minster, Manor and Town

By Williams, Phyllis

Bringsty, Worcester: Self-published by the author, 1987. Paperback. x, 237p., thoroughly illustrated with numerous plat maps and vintage photography, an uncommonly detailed treatment of a smallish, very old town. Sophisticated presswork on glazed alkaline paperstock and softbound in 9.5x7 inch colorphoto wraps (aerial photos decorated both front & back covers), has a light reader's crease up the spine panel, next to no edgewear, a very good copy that is signed by Phyllis Williams at the titlepage. From foreword: "surely one of the most remarkable (local histories) of its kind" and "perhaps the nearest we can get to total history, especially valuable in this case, since Mrs. Williams extends her range well beyond the documents to topographic and archaeological evidence - geology, communications and especially the buildings and farms, described and illustrated in loving detail

$22.00

Berlioz and the Romantic Century. Volume II. Third Edition
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Berlioz and the Romantic Century. Volume II. Third Edition

By Barzun, Jacques

New York: Columbia University Press, 1969. Hardcover. Hardbound, v.two only, nice copy: 515p., cinnamon-brown cloth boards with green & gilt spine label, top edge tinted red, a completely sound clean item with no ownership or any other sort of marking, somehow separated from its companion.

$25.00

Against the stream, a history of the Trotskyist movement in Britain 1924-38
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Against the stream, a history of the Trotskyist movement in Britain 1924-38

By Bornstein, Sam and Al Richardson

London: Socialist Platform, 1986. Hardcover. 302p., very good condition in a good dj with a faded spine.

$30.00

Oil & troubled waters; selected articles from the anarchist weekly Freedom.  Volume six, 1956
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Oil & troubled waters; selected articles from the anarchist weekly Freedom. Volume six, 1956

By Freedom Press

London: Freedom Press, 1957. Paperback. xiii, 312p., wraps, paper browned, front wrap unevenly toned and edgeworn with small closed tear on bottom edge. Vol. 6.

$12.00

The march of Militant Revised and updated edition
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The march of Militant Revised and updated edition

By Crick, Michael

London: Faber and Faber, 1986. 346p., wraps, paper toned else very good condition. First pubished as "Militant" in 1984. Revised and updated history of the Revolutionary Socialist League and Militant tendency the Labour Party in Great Britain.

$15.00

Deregulation, Disasters and BSE
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Deregulation, Disasters and BSE

By Gifford, Christopher

Nottingham: Spokesman for European Labour Forum, 1996. Pamphlet. 30p., 5.75x8.25 inches, staplebound pamphlet, very good condition. Argues that deregulation and lowered government budgets in the UK have contributed to numerous disasters, including the spread of mad cow disease (BSE).

$12.00

Programme for Britain
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Programme for Britain

By Labour Party Young Socialists

London: Labour Party, 1974. Pamphlet. 24p., stapled pamphlet, 6x7.75 inches, light wear to wraps, else very good.

$15.00

Democracy versus Capitalism A response to Will Hutton with some old questions for New Labour
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Democracy versus Capitalism A response to Will Hutton with some old questions for New Labour

By Brown, Michael Barratt with Hugo Radice

Nottingham: Spokesman for European Labour Forum, 1995. Pamphlet. 45p., 5.75x8.25 inches, staplebound pamphlet, faint water mark at upper right corner, else very good condition. Socialist Renewal pamphlet No. 4.

$12.00

The Labour Party and Politics of Transition
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The Labour Party and Politics of Transition

By Jenkins, Peter

Leeds, UK: I.L.P. Square One Publications, 1977. Pamphlet. 24p, stapled pamphlet, 6x8.25 inches, pictorial wraps, very good. Labour Party Discussion Series No. 1. Offprint from the 1977 Socialist Register. "...an intelligent critique of the organisations of the left." --Martin Shaw, Socialist Challenge.

$12.00

Where Blair is Wrong: Following monetarist policies must spell disaster for Labour
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Where Blair is Wrong: Following monetarist policies must spell disaster for Labour

By Brown, Michael Barratt

Nottingham: Spokesman for European Labour Forum, 1997. Pamphlet. 20p., 5.75x8.25 inches, staplebound pamphlet, very good condition. Socialist Renewal pamphlet No. 11.

$12.00

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