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Revolution in Seattle; a memoir
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Revolution in Seattle; a memoir

By O'Connor, Harvey

New York: Monthly Review Press, 1964. Hardcover. xv, 300p., very good condition in a worn and silverfished dj. "Historical and personal account of the General Strike and other troubles in Washington. The author describes working conditions in the Pacific Northwest and explains the Everett Massacre and Centralia." *Miles 169.

$15.00

Revolution in Baja California : Ricardo Flores Magon\'s high noon, edited and annotated by Rey Davis
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Revolution in Baja California : Ricardo Flores Magon's high noon, edited and annotated by Rey Davis

By Turner, Ethel Duffy

Detroit: Blaine Ethridge, 1981. Hardcover. xv, 199p., very good condition. No jacket.

$25.00

Epistolario revolucionario e Intimo
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Epistolario revolucionario e Intimo

By Flores Magon, Ricardo

Mexico City: Ediciones Antorcha, 1983. Paperback. 243p., one of 1,000 copies, text in Spanish, pages slightly toned else very good trade paperback in pictorial wraps.

$30.00

Carranza contra los trabajadores (articulos politicos 1915)
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Carranza contra los trabajadores (articulos politicos 1915)

By Flores Magón, Ricardo

Mexico City: Ediciones Antorcha, 1987. Paperback. 117p., text in Spanish, one of 1,000 copies, very good trade paperback in pictorial blue wraps.

$35.00

Correspondencia de Ricardo Flores Magon (1904-1912); recopilación e introducción de Jacinto Barrera Basols
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Correspondencia de Ricardo Flores Magon (1904-1912); recopilación e introducción de Jacinto Barrera Basols

By Flores Magon, Ricardo

Puebla: Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, 1989. Paperback. 462p., one of 1,000 copies, wraps, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, wraps worn, old price stickers on rear wrap (both inside and outside), else very good condition. Text in Spanish.

$30.00

Ricardo Flores Magon; Un sol clavado en la sombra
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Ricardo Flores Magon; Un sol clavado en la sombra

By Muñoz Cota, Jose

Mexico City: Editores Mexicanos Unidos, 1963. Paperback. 125p., wraps, 6 x 8 inches, wraps worn and soiled, pages toned, price sticker on rear wrap, else good condition. Text in Spanish.

$30.00

Land and liberty; anarchist influences in the Mexican revolution.  Compiled and introduced by David Poole
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Land and liberty; anarchist influences in the Mexican revolution. Compiled and introduced by David Poole

By Flores Magon, Ricardo

Orkney: Cienfuegos Press, 1977. Paperback. 156p., wraps, 5.75 x 8.5 inches, wraps worn and soiled, price sticker on rear wrap, else very good condition. Includes an annotated bibliography.

$30.00

The book of Ammon. Introductions by Steve Allen and Dorothy Day
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The book of Ammon. Introductions by Steve Allen and Dorothy Day

By Hennacy, Ammon

Salt Lake City: author, 1964. Hardcover. 473, [xvii]p., inscribed and signed "To Bob Brown, In Christ the rebel, Ammon Hennacy," illus., edge worn dj heavily chipped at the head of the spine. Hennacy, an anarchist, pacifist and non-conforming Roman Catholic, was associate editor of the Catholic Worker from 1953 to 1961. "Reminiscences about the past of an ex-member of the IWW. This revision includes a chapter on the Joe Hill House of Salt Lake City." *Miles 100.

$45.00

Modern Slavery No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2012) the Libertarian Critique of Civilization
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Modern Slavery No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2012) the Libertarian Critique of Civilization

By McQuinn, Jason and Paul Simons (eds.)

Columbia, MO: C.A.L. Press, 2012. Paperback. 204p., stiff pictorial wraps, 8x10 inches, illus., small dog-ears to a few pages, else very good. First issue of new left-libertarian / anarchist twice-yearly journal. Heady material by Jason McQuinn, Ron Sakolsky, Wolfi Landstreicher, Bob Black, Voltairine de Cleyre and others.

$15.00

Lumberjack; with appendix on musical saw
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Lumberjack; with appendix on musical saw

By Scribner, Tom

[Santa Cruz, CA]: the author, 1975. 60p., wraps, 8.5x11 inch mimeographed pages in stapled pictorial cover, rear cover detached but present, old price stamp on front wrap else very good cndition. Hand made, issued over the years with a varying page count. Fifty three years a lumberjack, starting in 1914, the Michigan-born Scribner writes of the IWW, unions and work culture. He was former editor of Lumberjack News and Redwood Ripsaw. Later he was member of the Communist Party and at the time of publication, Communist Labor Party.

$25.00

I change worlds; the remaking of an American
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I change worlds; the remaking of an American

By Strong, Anna Louise

New York: Garden City Publishing Co, 1937. Hardcover. x, 422p., ownership name on f.e.p., toning to endpapers, fair later edition, hardcover in blue cloth boards and badly edge-chipped dj. "An eyewitness account of the Seattle strike and other IWW events by a journalist sympathetic to the IWW." *Miles 208.

$12.00

Labor radical; from the Wobblies to CIO, a personal history
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Labor radical; from the Wobblies to CIO, a personal history

By De Caux, Len

Boston: Beacon Press, 1970. Hardcover. 557p., first edition, review copy with laid-in review slips, hardback with dj sunned at spine and lightly soiled at dj edges, else very good condition. "Entertaining first-hand account of IWW during the 1920s and the 1930s, by a spirited ex-Wobbly." *Miles 49.

$15.00

Mind of an Activist: James Connolly
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Mind of an Activist: James Connolly

By Edwards, Owen Dudley

Dublin: Gill & Macmillan Ltd, 1971. Paperback. xiii + 132p., 4.75x7.25 inches, shelfworn wraps, small bump at top by spine, old price sticker on lower back cover, binding intact but invites care, else good. Biography of the Irish Nationalist, Socialist, and one of the founders of the Wobblies (IWW).

$15.00

Discoscene of Massachusetts, Sept. 1968
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Discoscene of Massachusetts, Sept. 1968

By Harris, Joey (ed.), Dave Van Ronk

Boston: Guidance Enterprises, Inc, 1968. 60p., 8.5x11 inches, slick magazine, illus., advertised giant poster is missing, else very good. Despite the title, this was not a magazine about Disco, but about Rock, Folk, R&B, and Jazz. Features a decent interviews with Dave Van Ronk (also on cover) and with the post-Al Kooper Blood Sweat & Tears. Also: short features on Simon & Garfunkel and Buffy Ste. Marie, along with news snippets, band profiles, and random silliness. Magazine seems to be a project of the American Child Guidance Foundation, which has a full-page ad in the issue inviting readers to make appointments with them to consider career opportunities with New England Life, W.T. Grant Co. and Saxon Paper Corp. Groovy!

$25.00

The rebel worker 6.  A revolutionary journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World
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The rebel worker 6. A revolutionary journal published by members of the Industrial Workers of the World

By [industrial Workers of the World]

Chicago: Solidarity Bookshop, 1966. Magazine. 20p., wraps with edge wear chipping, wraps browned in margins, IWW Preamble pasted on blank verso of front wrap else good condition, mimeographed, 8.5x11 inches, illus. IWW reprint of the London, 1966 issue with new cover, introduction, short piece by Rene Crevel and statement on rear added. Contributions by Charles Radcliffe, Penelope & Franklin Rosemont, Pierre Mabille, Ben Covington, Archie Shepp, Kenneth Patch, Bernard Marszalek and Benjamin Peret.

$45.00

An economic interpretation of the job
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An economic interpretation of the job

By Industrial Workers of the World. Agricultural Workers Industrial Union no. 110

Chicago: Department of Education, Agricultural Workers Industrial Union no. 110, IWW, 1922. Pamphlet. 61p., wraps, paper browned else very good condition, first edition, 6x9 inches.. *Miles 4084.

$75.00

Minutes of the twenty-second constitutional general convention of the Industrial Workers of the World, November 9-16, 1936
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Minutes of the twenty-second constitutional general convention of the Industrial Workers of the World, November 9-16, 1936

By Industrial Workers of the World

Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World, 1936. Pamphlet. 29, 4, 4, 12, 2, 3, 16p., wraps faded and worn, mimeographed, due to mimeograph mishap two pages are blank in the middle of a report but no text is missing (collated with another copy), 8.5x11 inches. First section is minutes, other sections are various reports (Fred Thompson's report, finances, etc) and much on the Herbert Mahler and a dispute over the defense of four Kentucky coal miners.

$150.00

We shall be all; a history of the Industrial Workers of the World
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We shall be all; a history of the Industrial Workers of the World

By Dubofsky, Melvyn

Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1969. Hardcover. xviii, 557p., illus., first edition cloth boards in dust jacket; top and tail rims of spine (and bottom edge) are quite worn, with fraying. The dj is messily edgeworn with tears and a sticker-scar to spine panel. Textblock however, and hinges, are perfectly sound and clean, with no markings ownership or otherwise. A good (good-only) copy.

$25.00

Debs, Haywood, Ruthenberg
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Debs, Haywood, Ruthenberg

By Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley

New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1939. Pamphlet. 48p, 5x7.5 inches, musty, wraps shelf worn and slightly soiled else good condition. *Seidman F138. "Biographies by a prominent Party member and veteran radical of three U.S. radical leaders: Eugene V. Debs, perennial presidential candidate of the Socialist Party; William D. Haywood, leader of the Industrial Workers of the Word; and Charles E. Ruthenberg, founder of the CPUSA."-Seidman.

$15.00

News from Mexico and its people\'s fight for Land and Liberty. Hear Enrique Magon, Librado Rivera, Anselmo Figueroa, Ricardo Magon, William C. Owen of the \
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News from Mexico and its people's fight for Land and Liberty. Hear Enrique Magon, Librado Rivera, Anselmo Figueroa, Ricardo Magon, William C. Owen of the "Mexican Liberal Party" and publishers of Regeneracion" of Los Angeles. Labor Temple Auditorium. Tuesday evening, Jan. 20th. 8:00 P.M. Public cordially invited [handbill]

By Magon; Ricardo Flores; Enrique Magon; Librado Rivera; Anselmo Figueroa; William C. Owen

Seattle: Mexican Liberal Party, 1914. Approximately 9x6 inch handbill, three horizontal fold creases, some splitting beginning at the ends of the creases. An announcement for a rally and fundraiser held by the four prominent Mexican anarchists on the day after their release from the prison on McNeil Island. Their comrade (and editor of the English section of their newspaper), the British immigrant anarchist William Owen, had traveled up from Los Angeles to meet them upon their release, and he organized a series of rallies along the route back to their base in Los Angeles. In the Feb. 7, 1914 issue of Regeneracion, Owen reported on the meeting announced in this leaflet, calling the overwhelming reception "ridiculous." He wrote that "In Seattle we had taken the large hall in Labor Temple, and, after crowding up the seats to the very toes of the speakers, every inch of standing room was occupied my a mass of workers, packed like sardines, who remained patiently until the last word had been spoken. The IWW had marched in procession to the Temple, and many hundreds must have been unable to obtain admission." The event raised about $50, a more significant sum in 1914, to continue the publication of Regeneracion. Owen noted in the same report that "The vast majority of our audiences has been pitifully poor in pocket, for times are desperate and the army of the unemployed in constant evidence.".

$350.00

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