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Some essential features of Nkrumaism
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Some essential features of Nkrumaism

By Editors of Spark (Accra)

London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1964. 55p., staplebound booklet, mild dust soil to textblock edge, otherwise very good. A compilation of articles from "The Spark.

$12.00


Fuego! Organo ideologico del C.C. del P.R.V. No. 4/5 (May 1971)
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Fuego! Organo ideologico del C.C. del P.R.V. No. 4/5 (May 1971)

By Partido de la Revolución Venezolana, Comité Central

n.p.: PRV, 1971. 114p., staplebound booklet format, pages toned, otherwise very good. Double issue of the publication of the Marxist-Leninist group.

$35.00

The Samizdat Register II
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The Samizdat Register II

By Medvedev, Roy, editor

New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1981. Hardcover. xi, 323p., hardbound in dust jacket, clean, sound and unmarked, a very nice copy.

$15.00

The New Voice. Vol. 8 no. 3 (Feb. 5, 1979). [Cover story: Aggression, social-imperialism, appeasement! Three enemies of Democratic Kampuchea]
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The New Voice. Vol. 8 no. 3 (Feb. 5, 1979). [Cover story: Aggression, social-imperialism, appeasement! Three enemies of Democratic Kampuchea]

Oakland: New Voice, 1979. Four-page tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Cover story is a defense of Pol Pot's government in the context of the Vietnamese-backed invasion to unseat it.

$18.00

Vietnam out of Kampuchea! [handbill]
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Vietnam out of Kampuchea! [handbill]

San Francisco: Bay Area Coalition to Support Democratic Kampuchea, 1979. 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed slightly off-center, very good. Calls for a demonstration in San Francisco to protest the Vietnamese invasion that had unseated Pol Pot's government.

$18.00

The International Trade Union Movement
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The International Trade Union Movement

By Gaspar, Sandor

Budapest: Corvina Kiado, 1981. Hardcover. 381p., small hardbound item in 7x5 inch openweave cloth boards and dust jacket; nicely gotten up, the spine-titling on dj is sunned, an else sound clean unmarked copy.

$20.00

Changes in Li Village  Shu-Li, Chao  Published by Foreign Languages Press Peking
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Changes in Li Village Shu-Li, Chao Published by Foreign Languages Press Peking

By Chao Shu-li

Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1953. 223p., paperback, shelfwear with foxing at top of textblock. Revolutionary novel.

$12.00

Mao Zedong xuan ji [volumes 1, 3, and 4]
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Mao Zedong xuan ji [volumes 1, 3, and 4]

By Mao Zedong

Beijing: Renmin chubanshe, 1967. Three of the four volumes then published, missing volume 2; paperbacks in glossy red covers, very good. Selected workd by Chairman Mao.

$17.00

A strategy for the liberation of Palestine
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A strategy for the liberation of Palestine

By Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine

Amman, Jordan: The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (P.F.L.P.), 1969. 135p., 5.25x8 inches, wraps decorated like Palestinian flag, occasional pen underlining, errata slip laid in. Outline for guerrilla struggle, with quotes from Chairman Mao.

$35.00

Heirs of History. Edited by Olga Fernandez, translated by Therese Smith
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Heirs of History. Edited by Olga Fernandez, translated by Therese Smith

By Fernandez, Olga, editor; Fidel Castro, Jose Marti, Juan Marinello, Pedro Serviat, Fabio Grobart, Raul Castro, contributors

Havana: Jose Marti Publishing House, 1987. Hardcover. 126p., a small hardbound book in 8.5x5.5 inch skyblue boards gilt and color-decorated dust jacket; red endsheets, a nice production. Boards are slightly dished and dj mildly worn with mild offset soil; quite sound, otherwise clean and unmarked, a very good copy. Original title in Spanish: Herederos de la Historia.

$15.00

Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 3 (Dec. 1975-Jan. 1976)
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Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 3 (Dec. 1975-Jan. 1976)

By Revolutionary Student Brigade

New York: Revolutionary Student Brigade, 1975. 20p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. RCP youth group.

$20.00

Carter\'s \
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Carter's "pardon" falls short. Vets demand amnesty [handbill]

By Vietnam Veterans Against the War

San Francisco: VVAW, 1977. 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, very good, Calls for a demonstration on inauguration day as Carter is sworn in, demanding universal unconditional amnesty.

$17.00

Mao Tsetung Memorial Meetings [handbill]
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Mao Tsetung Memorial Meetings [handbill]

By Revolutionary Communist Party

Chicago: RCP, 1976. 8.5x14 inch handbill, printed one side in English, the other side in Spanish, very good. Offers a summary of Mao's legacy, gives information about upcoming memorials in New York and San Francisco.

$15.00

The dream lives on [Martin Luther King supplement to The Call newspaper, calling for January 15 to become a national holiday]
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The dream lives on [Martin Luther King supplement to The Call newspaper, calling for January 15 to become a national holiday]

Chicago: the Call, 1980. Four-panel tabloid newspaper format brochure, evenly toned, horizontal fold, otherwise very good.

$12.00

Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 2 (Nov. 1975)
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Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 2 (Nov. 1975)

By Revolutionary Student Brigade

New York: Revolutionary Student Brigade, 1975. 12p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. RCP youth group.

$20.00

The Guidon. National newsletter. No. 73
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The Guidon. National newsletter. No. 73

By Vietnam Veterans Against the War

Chicago: VVAW, 1978. 6p, 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at corner; address label and stamp on rear cover, otherwise very good. Includes coverage of Agent Orange activism.

$15.00

4-D [issues 1 and 2]
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4-D [issues 1 and 2]

By Local 150 Rank and File Committee for Change

Racine, WI: the Committee, Local 150 (SEIU), 1977. Two issues of the newsletter; unknown if later issues published (OCLC shows a single holding of the second issue). Four pages and six pages respectively, 8.5x11 inches; horizontal crease and some handling wear. The title refers to four demands: Democracy for our union, Direct cost of living, Defeat of Don Beatty, and four Dollars an hour minimum. The main editor was Art Burdick; the first issue notes that he had been fired from St. Lukes Hospital in Racine for his union activities, but the NLRB found that the firing had been illegal.

$35.00

Socialism: what went wrong? An inquiry into the theoretical and historical sources of the socialist crisis
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Socialism: what went wrong? An inquiry into the theoretical and historical sources of the socialist crisis

By Silber, Irwin

London: Pluto Press, 1994. Paperback. ix, 309p., very good paperback, inscribed by Silber.

$15.00

Sign the petition for equal integration and quality education [handbill]
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Sign the petition for equal integration and quality education [handbill]

By People United for Integration and Quality Education

Milwaukee: People United, 1977. 8.5x11 inch leaflet printed both sides, very good. The organization participated in a largely successful effort to break up segregated schools by introducing busing.

$12.00

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