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The Bay Area Worker. Vol. 1 no. 10 (Feb. 1973)
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The Bay Area Worker. Vol. 1 no. 10 (Feb. 1973)

By [Revolutionary Union]

San Francisco: the newspaper, 1973. Single issue of the tabloid format newspaper, 15 pages in English and 5 in Spanish; horizontal fold, otherwise very good. Much material on the Vietnamese peace proposal, the Farah strike, a Chinatown restaurant strike, Bay Area labor news, and more.

$17.00

Constitution. May 1954
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Constitution. May 1954

By Textile Workers Union of America

New York: TWUA, 1954. 24p., staplebound booklet, very good. As revised at the eighth biennial convention.

$15.00

FPS: A Magazine of Young People\'s Liberation. Nos. 50 and 51 (Nov. and Dec. 1975)
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FPS: A Magazine of Young People's Liberation. Nos. 50 and 51 (Nov. and Dec. 1975)

Ann Arbor, WI: Youth Liberation, 1975. Two issues of the publication, 40p. each, the initials standing for Freedom, Peace and Solidarity. Very good. Radical anti-skool, youth liberation journal, touching on issues such as student rights, starting a student paper, youth in colonial times, and more.

$25.00

Minorías / Minorities. Vol. 1 no. 6 (October 1977)
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Minorías / Minorities. Vol. 1 no. 6 (October 1977)

New York: Corporación Inter-Americana, 1977. [20p.], tabloid newspaper format, paper toned, horizontal fold, edgewear. Paper targeting Latino unionists, with text in both Spanish and English. "With the workers, for the Spanish-speaking community."... "Bilingual spokesman of free trade unionism.

$30.00

Constitution of California CIO Council on Political Education (Calif. CIO COPE)
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Constitution of California CIO Council on Political Education (Calif. CIO COPE)

n.p.: California Industrial Union Council; Council on Political Education, 1956. 27p., staplebound booklet, very good.

$12.00

The Cultural Reporter; No. 12 (Winter 1976)
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The Cultural Reporter; No. 12 (Winter 1976)

New York: the journal, 1976. 38p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, illus., light handling, very good condition. Essays and reviews on art, music and film from a Communist Party, USA perspective.

$20.00

The labor movement in the United States, 1860-1895, a study in democracy
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The labor movement in the United States, 1860-1895, a study in democracy

By Ware, Norman J.

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1929. xviii, 409p., spine is a bit darkened from handling, top edge dust-soiled, ownership name and addresses on ffep, some light pencillings in the text. A sound, otherwise clean copy.

$12.00

New literature & ideology. No. 19. We are the heirs of Norman Bethune. Number two in the series
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New literature & ideology. No. 19. We are the heirs of Norman Bethune. Number two in the series

Toronto: Norman Bethune Institute, 1976. 141p., staplebound journal, pages toned, mild handling wear. Pages 140-141 give an account of how this series came to be. Includes theoretical articles, works by Rewi Alley, Maoist poetry from India, a letter from revolutionary writers in Trinidad and Tobago, poetry and short stories by Canadian Marxist-Leninists, and more.

$20.00

Nobo: A Journal of African American Dialogue; Volume 1 Issue 2, Summer 1991
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Nobo: A Journal of African American Dialogue; Volume 1 Issue 2, Summer 1991

By Anderson, S.E. [and] Segundo Modibo, editors

Harlem Heights, NY: [Network of Black Organizers], 1991. Magazine. 71p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., very good condition with subscription form laid in. Magazine of the Network of Black Organizers, a black power group founded in 1988. Articles on the beating of Rodney King, AIDS in Africa, African American cinema, the Gulf War, black women in unions, and more, plus a poem by Amina Baraka.

$15.00

New Libertarian; Volume Four, Number 18/19, October-December 1987: Is there a libertarian culture
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New Libertarian; Volume Four, Number 18/19, October-December 1987: Is there a libertarian culture

By Konkin III, Samuel Edward, editor & creator

Costa Mesa, CA: New Libertarian Company of Free Traders, 1987. 31p., stapled wraps, 8.25 x 11 inches, wraps worn else very good condition. Contributers include Richard E. Geis and Robert Anton Wilson.

$12.00

News from Libertarian Spain [seven issues]
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News from Libertarian Spain [seven issues]

New York: Libertarian Press Service, 1979. Seven issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inch packets stapled at upper left corner, horizontal fold, some issues unevenly toned or worn, one with subscription form clipped from last page. Issues present are vol. 1, no. 4, vol. 2 nos. 2, 3, and 6, vol. 3 nos. 1 and 2, and an unnumbered issue with a handwritten receipt date of Feb. 17, 1978. Updates on unfolding events in Spain as Franco-era prohibitions of anarchist and libertarian communist groups faded away. Editors included Abe Bluestein, Murray Bookchin, Sam Dolgoff, and Gabriel Javsicas.

$95.00

New York to Nova Scotia
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New York to Nova Scotia

By Frank, Robert, photos, Anne Wilkes Tucker, editor, Walker Evans, Robert Coles et al.

New York/Boston/Houston: New York Graphic Society/Little, Brown & Co./Museum of Fine Arts, 1986. Hardcover. 112p., 9.25x12.25 inches, introduction, catalogue, essays and appreciations, very good monograph of a traveling exhibition illustrated with the photographers works, 21 duotones, 5 halftones & 4 color illustrations, cloth boards and unclipped rubbed and worn dj. Biographical material about the late, great American photographer.

$45.00

Lies of Our Times: A Magazine to Correct the Record; Vol. 2 No. 6, June 1991
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Lies of Our Times: A Magazine to Correct the Record; Vol. 2 No. 6, June 1991

By Ray, Ellen, executive editor

New York: Sheridan Square Press, 1991. 24p., including covers, stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., wraps lightly worn, address label on rear wrap, else very good condition. Media criticism, with a particular focus on The New York Times. Articles on Angola, the School of the Americas, the LAPD, and more.

$12.00

The Cooperatives Look Ahead
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The Cooperatives Look Ahead

By Voorhis, Jerry

New York: Public Affairs Committee, 1952. Pamphlet. 32p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 8.25 inches, illus., lightly worn else very good condition. Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 32. Voorhis was the Executive Secretary of the Cooperative League of the USA and a former congressman.

$15.00

MFU Newsletter. No. 2 for Fall, 1967 [together with] No. 3
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MFU Newsletter. No. 2 for Fall, 1967 [together with] No. 3

By Midpeninsula Free University

[Stanford]: MFU, 1967. 8.5x14 inch sheets; no. 2 is four sheets, no. 3 is a single sheet, with a horizontal fold crease, originally stapled together for mailing, with address and postal markings on the other sheet. Includes articles about the Peace and Freedom Party, issues facing the Free University, and more.

$20.00

Earth First! The radical environmental journal; Vol. 20 No. 2, Yule, December-January 2000
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Earth First! The radical environmental journal; Vol. 20 No. 2, Yule, December-January 2000

By Coffin, Aaron, Rebecca Reynolds, Adam Volk, Kris Maenz [and] Josh Laughlin, editors

Eugene, OR: EF!, 2000. Magazine. 35p., folded tabloid format newspaper, edgeworn and evenly toned, address label on rear wrap else very good condition. Articles on mountain top removal in West Virginia, the "Battle in Seattle" protests against the WTO, and more.

$25.00

Liberation School. Sum-up of practice, the split of the collective, intentions for the future
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Liberation School. Sum-up of practice, the split of the collective, intentions for the future

San Francisco: San Francisco Liberation School, 1975. 16p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, heavily edgeworn, first page rather soiled, a reading copy only. From the library of Ann Tompkins, with "A.T.'s file" penciled in corner. By nine members of the former Liberation School Collective, then renamed the San Francisco Liberation School. The nine included Max Elbaum and David Kubrin.

$12.00

Earth First! The radical environmental journal; Volume 26 No. 4, Beltane, May-June 2006
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Earth First! The radical environmental journal; Volume 26 No. 4, Beltane, May-June 2006

Eugene, OR: Daily Planet Publishing, 2006. Magazine. 48p., stapled wraps, 8.25 x 10.75 inches, illus., address label on rear wrap else very good condition. Articles on the fight against dam building in Iceland, the FBI's war on envirionmental activists, ALF activist and political prisoner Rod Coronado, and more. Inside rear wrap is a poster reading "Build a Wall of Resistance/Don't Talk to the FBI" with an illustration of an FBI agent at the end of a row of houses, all of which are slamming their doors shut.

$25.00

Constitution... Adopted at Cleveland, Ohio. March, 1955
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Constitution... Adopted at Cleveland, Ohio. March, 1955

By United Automobile Workers

Detroit: UAW, 1955. 120p., staplebound booklet, very good. Also included is a worn example of the 1953 version.

$12.00

From South Africa to El Salvador, One struggle, many fronts! [handbill]
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From South Africa to El Salvador, One struggle, many fronts! [handbill]

Oakland: Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, 1981. 8.5x11 inch handbill, date penned in corner, some toning and edgewear. Appears to have been passed out at a rally in support of Salvadorean leftists; text explains the connection between the struggles.

$15.00

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