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The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 32?, [early July, 1968]
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The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 32?, [early July, 1968]

By [Rodriguez, Spain and Kim Deitch]

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid, evenly toned, illus., mailing label overlaps cover logo, a few small closed tears, else very good. Thinner than usual issue, BUT collosal centerspread by Spain: "The Rape of the Toe Queen". Also: Full-page art by Kim Deitch presenting a "magic disk" mandala to cut-out and mount on cardboard, cut slits in, and spin before a mirror looking through slits. Remainder is the usual EVO columnists yakking on film, politics, music, and politics. Issue was published missing both issue number and date. Date estimate based on ads inside.

$40.00

American Guild of Variety Artists Hearings before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations United States Senate, eighty-seventh congress, second session, part 1, June 12-15 & 19, 1962
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American Guild of Variety Artists Hearings before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations United States Senate, eighty-seventh congress, second session, part 1, June 12-15 & 19, 1962

By American Guild of Variety Artists, Ann-Terry D'Andre association copy

Washington DC: GPO, 1962. Paperback. v, 374p., mild dampstaining at top through first half-dozen pages, signed by songtress Ann-Terry D'Andre on cover and title page, lightl;y-worn with D'Andre's brackets and underlining, paperback in green printed wraps. An investigation into criminal activities in clubs and bars and other venues (including the Chicago Playboy Club) Ann-Terry D'Andre was a singer for big bands who lived in San Francisco. She married Merchant Marine William Thornton whose Best Man was Harry Bridges, then head of the ILWU.

$35.00

Workers of the world, unite! [ten issues]
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Workers of the world, unite! [ten issues]

Chicago: Communist Party U.S.A./ Marxist-Leninist, 1980. Ten issues of the semimonthly newspaper, tabloid format, 4 to 8 pages per issue; paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Issues present are vol. 6 nos. 19, 21-23 and vol. 7 nos. 7-12.

$80.00

[Notification to attend a union parade, warning of 50 cent fine for failure to appear]
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[Notification to attend a union parade, warning of 50 cent fine for failure to appear]

By Weaver, Seb. H.; Cigarmakers' Local Union no. 316

McSherrystowm, PA: Cigarmakers' Local Union no. 316, 1900. Small leaflet, similar in form to a bank check, with handwritten names and dates. Mr. Philip Wagaman (later a Vice President of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor) is notified to attend a parade of the local, by order of the president, Seb. H. Weaver (signed in pen). "A fine of 50c for failing to attend.

$45.00

New York City Star. [three issues: Aug. 1973, Nov. 1974, Dec. 1974]
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New York City Star. [three issues: Aug. 1973, Nov. 1974, Dec. 1974]

New York: Hard Rain, Inc, 1973. Newspaper. 20p., 20p., 24p., folded tabloids, illus., pages toned, some small chips and tears, else good. This largely political undergound paper was the successor to the Liberated Guardian, itself a split from the Guardian, the new left newspaper of record. At this point, the staff collective had transformed the paper into a local NY community paper with a radical edge.

$35.00

Deadly farce, Harvey Matusow and the informer system in the McCarthy era
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Deadly farce, Harvey Matusow and the informer system in the McCarthy era

By Lichtman, Robert M. and Ronald D. Cohen

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004. Hardcover. viii, 227p., inscribed and signed by Lichtman on the title page else very good conditiion in like dj.

$15.00

The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 34, July 26, 1968
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The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 34, July 26, 1968

By [Rodriguez, Spain, Vaughn Bode, and Kim Deitch]

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, evenly toned, illus., mailing label overlaps cover logo, a few small closed tears, pages folded askew, else very good. Cover is arty photo of young woman getting groped on date in movie theater. Issue most notable for full-page comix by Kim Deitch ("Blue Bird Comics"), Spain ("Trashman"), and most notably a centerspread reprinting pages 9-16 of Vaughn Bode's "Junkwaffel Papers." Other material includes review of book on secret societies, usual film, music, art columns, and ads of the era.

$35.00

Love, anarchy, and Emma Goldman
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Love, anarchy, and Emma Goldman

By Falk, Candace

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984. Hardcover. xix, 603p., illus., first edition, very good condition in like dj.

$15.00

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

Beyond the horizon; the story of a radical emigrant. Introduction by Harry Kelly
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Beyond the horizon; the story of a radical emigrant. Introduction by Harry Kelly

By Eyges, Thomas B.

Boston: Group Free Society, 1944. Hardcover. 200p., cover and spine slightly worn, corners bumped, gift inscription on free front endpaper, owernship stamps on all endpapers, else good condition. Memoirs of an emigrant Russian anarchist, including chapters on his visits with Peter Kropotkin, Johann Most and Leon Trotsky.

$25.00

What price Philippine independence
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What price Philippine independence

By Phillips, George

New York: New Century Publishers, 1946. 32p.,staplebound pamphlet, some foxing. "A communist view of American imperialism's stake in the Philippines. While giving the Philippines independence, we [the US] make the new republic our puppet, under our economic control for years to come, and crush the Hukbalahap, the backbone of the independence movement." *Seidman P125.

$12.00

Maquiladoras and Migration: workers in the Mexican-United States border industrialization program
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Maquiladoras and Migration: workers in the Mexican-United States border industrialization program

By Seligson, Mitchell A. and Edward J. Williams

Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1981. Paperback. xviii, 202p., 6 x 9 inches, wraps, tables and figures, wraps worn and creased, front wrap stained else very good condition.

$30.00

Anarchism. Translated by Steven T. Byington
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Anarchism. Translated by Steven T. Byington

By Eltzbacher, Paul

New York: Benj. R. Tucker; London, A.C. Fitfield, 1908. xxi, 309p., hardcover, ex-FBI copy with "Property of Federal Bureau of Investigation" stamped on endpapers and title page, library sticker on spine, and card pocket on rear paste-down endpaper, hinges loose, ads at rear have been neatly cut out, a reading copy only *Egbert pp. 39, 85.

$20.00

The East Village Other; Vol.2, No.17,  Aug. 1-15, 1967
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The East Village Other; Vol.2, No.17, Aug. 1-15, 1967

By [Rodriguez, Spain, and Kim Deitch] et al.

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1967. Newspaper. 24 p., folded tabloid, 11.5 x 16.5 inches, illus., a bit of light fraying, two or three closed tears due to printers, a little chipping at spine quarterfold, lightly toned, mailing label overlaps logo, else good condition. Cover of Harry J. Anslinger as "the man who turned the whole world off," accompanied by lengthy profile of Anslinger. Article on Indian Affairs, another on Last of the Mayans, and interview with Buffy Saint-Marie; also: piece in Ravi Shankar, stream of consciousness from High Romney (Wavy Gravy). Half-page early Spain comicstrip "Robin Bragrag", and usual ads and kipple of the era.

$20.00

Living And Dying On The Factory Floor: From the Outside In and the Inside Out
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Living And Dying On The Factory Floor: From the Outside In and the Inside Out

By Ranney, David

Oakland: PM Press, 2019. Paperback. x + 139p., trade paperback, New. Former member of New American Movement and Sojourner Truth Organization reflects on his time working in industries in Southeast Chicago and northwest Indiana and trying to organize fellow workers.

$12.00

Aesop said so
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Aesop said so

By Gellert, Hugo

New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1936. Hardcover. 24 leaves, front., 22 full-page illustrations by Gellert, first edition, original cloth soiled and frayed at the spine tips and edges.

$35.00

John Spargo and American socialism
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John Spargo and American socialism

By Ruotsila, Markku

New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Hardcover. 336p., very good condition in like dj.

$35.00

On the trade unions. Part 1: Communism and syndicalism. Part 2: Problems of union strategy and tactics. With prefaces by Farrell Dobbs
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On the trade unions. Part 1: Communism and syndicalism. Part 2: Problems of union strategy and tactics. With prefaces by Farrell Dobbs

By Trotsky, Leon

New York: Merit Publishers, 1972. 79p., wraps, rubberstamp of Granma Book Store on title page, else very good.

$12.00

Feeling locked out of the American Dream
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Feeling locked out of the American Dream

By Communist Party, USA

New York: People Before Profits Educational Fund, 2010. [6p.], wraps, very good. Outline of the CPUSA's slogans of "people before profits" and "Bill of Rights socialism.

$12.00

Long Island Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 4, July-August 1972; \
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Long Island Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 4, July-August 1972; "What You Do Is News

By Long Island Collective

Westbury, NY: Long Island Collective, 1972. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., toned, chipped and dog-eared at top right corners, else good. Newspaper published for Nassau and Suffolk counties by a collective of workers for workers. Material on the "newly-formed Eastern Farm Workers Association", the Attica Brigade, West Virginia mining disaster, inflation, etc. A hybrid between a radical political paper and an underground paper.

$15.00

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