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Bread and Puppet. St. Francis preaches to the birds
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Bread and Puppet. St. Francis preaches to the birds

By Schumann, Peter; Claire Van Vliet

Newark, VT: The Janus Press, 1982. 24 unnumbered pages, wraps bound with thread, very good. Color illustrations. "Special anniversary edition for St. Francis' 800th birthday 1182-1982." The first edition had been published in 1978.

$95.00

For more than bread. An autobiographical account of twenty-two years\' work with the American Friends Service Committee
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For more than bread. An autobiographical account of twenty-two years' work with the American Friends Service Committee

By Pickett, Clarence E.

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1953. Hardcover. xii, 433p., first edition, frontispiece portarit of Pickett, front endpapers have offsetting from a laid in newspaper clipping (now removed), previous owner's name penciled on ffep, else good condition in a heavily edge worn and chipped dj with a faded spine. Includes a chapter on the Penn-Craft homestead community in Fayette County Pennsylvania.

$20.00

Pacifism and the Left Wing
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Pacifism and the Left Wing

By Brockway, A. Fenner

London: Pacifish Publicity Unit, 1938. Pamphlet. 22p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x8.5 inches, wraps worn and soiled, front wrap stained, staples rusted else good condition. "An address delivered to a week-end conference held under the title, After the Crisis, and convened by the Holborn & St. Pancras Group of the Peace Pledge Union.

$12.00

Swords into ploughshares; an account of The American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1937
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Swords into ploughshares; an account of The American Friends Service Committee, 1917-1937

By Jones, Mary Hoxie

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1937. Hardcover. 374p., first edition, frontispiece portrait of Rufus M. Jones, corners bumped, endpapers toned, previous owner's ex-libris on front paste-down endpaper, else very good condition. No dj.

$25.00

We Shall Not Be Moved: The Jackson Woolworth\'s Sit-In and the Movement It Inspired
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We Shall Not Be Moved: The Jackson Woolworth's Sit-In and the Movement It Inspired

By O'Brien, M. J.

Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2013. Hardcover. 340p., pictorial boards, photo section, very good.

$12.00

Positive Alternatives: A Publication of the Center for Economic Conversion [28 issues]
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Positive Alternatives: A Publication of the Center for Economic Conversion [28 issues]

Mountain View, CA: Center for Economic Conversion, 1998. Twenty-eight issues of the magazine, spanning the period from Fall 1990 to Summer 1998. Issues present are Vol. 1 Nos. 1, 2, and 4, Vol. 2 Nos. 14, Vol. 3 Nos. 1-4, Vol. 4 Nos. 3 and 4, the unnumbered Fall 1994 issue, Vol. 5 Nos. 2-4, Vol. 6 Nos. 1-3, Vol. 7 Nos. 1-4, and Vol. 8 Nos. 1-4. Various pagination, stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, all with address labels on rear wraps, some dog-earing and light wear else generally very good condition. The Center for Economic Conversion was a nonprofit that promoted the transition from a military economy to a sustainable, peace-based economy.

$50.00

In Context: a Quarterly of Humane Sustainable Culture [three issues: 9, 10, 20]
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In Context: a Quarterly of Humane Sustainable Culture [three issues: 9, 10, 20]

Sequim: The North Olympic Living Lightly Association, 1985. Three issues of the staplebound magazine, very good. Articles range from "Is militarism fading? What next for the warrior?" to "Goddess puppets for Peace.

$22.00

Humanity. Vol. 18, no. 229
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Humanity. Vol. 18, no. 229

By Alexander, Morton

Arvada, CO: Morton Alexander, 1946. 8p., 8x11 inches, paper toned, corner tear on last page. Anti-war publication by a socialist farmer, formerly a state senator in Colorado. Calls on Truman to abolish the Secretary of War and replace the position with a Secretary of Peace and Education.

$20.00

Americans want peace [poster]
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Americans want peace [poster]

[Berkeley]: [Political Poster Workshop at the University of California, Berkeley], 1970. 17.75x21.75 inch poster silkscreened on the back of conjoined sheets of computer printout paper, as usual for the products of this workshop at Berkeley. Perforated sprocket edge strip intact. Very good. In the Maggs Bros book "4973: Berkeley Protest Posters 1970," this is a size variant of poster 10. The number 4973 at lower right is explained by Lincoln Cushing, quoting Robin Repp, one of the participating artists: "We put the number 4973 on the posters because it was a sort of 'stamp of approval' number from the Berkeley Police Department. We were led to believe that if we put the number on a poster, it would not be torn down from city poles or signs." Participants in the Political Poster Workshop practiced the techniques of silkscreened poster production on sheets of used computer printout paper. Most of the products of this workshop are very scarce, for obvious reasons.

$125.00

The wages of sin are death / Therefore choose life [poster]
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The wages of sin are death / Therefore choose life [poster]

[Berkeley]: [Political Poster Workshop at the University of California, Berkeley], 1970. 14.75x21.75 inch poster silkscreened on the back of conjoined sheets of computer printout paper, as usual for the products of this workshop at Berkeley. Perforated sprocket edge strips intact. Very good. In the Maggs Bros book "4973: Berkeley Protest Posters 1970," this is a variant of poster 121. Participants in the Political Poster Workshop practiced the techniques of silkscreened poster production on sheets of used computer printout paper. Most of the products of this workshop are very scarce, for obvious reasons.

$125.00

AWOL magazine; Revolutionary artists workshop volume one, spring 2001
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AWOL magazine; Revolutionary artists workshop volume one, spring 2001

Philadelphia: Central Committee of Conscienous Objectors, 2001. 52p., profusely illustrated magazine, very good, but missing the CD that was originally included. With an interview with Michael Franti and other music articles, the Navy's war on Vieques, a critique of Spike Lee, and more.

$12.00

Cruel sanctuary, a young woman\'s battle to escape from a fanatical religious sect
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Cruel sanctuary, a young woman's battle to escape from a fanatical religious sect

By Mathis-Rimes, Christine

N.pl: [Christine Mathis-Rimes], 2018. Paperback. 477p., wraps, very good condition. On her growing up in and leaving the pacifist Christian Bruderhof community.

$12.00

Prisoners on purpose, a peacemakers\' guide to jails and prisons. With illustrations by Bonnie Urter
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Prisoners on purpose, a peacemakers' guide to jails and prisons. With illustrations by Bonnie Urter

By Day, Samuel H., Jr.

Madison, WI: The Progressive Foundation, 1989. Paperback. 145p., wraps, very good condition. Pocketbook format. A nukewatch book. Includes descriptions of conditions in various federal prisons.

$12.00

Resist: A call to resist illegitimate authority. [52 issues]
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Resist: A call to resist illegitimate authority. [52 issues]

Somerville, MA: the newsletter, 1990. 52 issues of the newsletter; various pagination, all 8.5x11 inches; issues present are Numbers 11, 20, 38, 61, 70, 75 (marked up and stained), 101, 104-108, 111, 122, 124, 126, 138, 155, 176, 177, 179, 186, 188-196, 198-202, 205, 208-219, 222, 224, and 226. All have worn wraps and are creased from being folded in thirds for mailing, many with stained wraps, Number 201 with dampstained wraps, else generally good condition. Anti-war bulletin with articles on US intervention in Latin America, Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition, the Philippines, reproductive rights, the anti-apartheid movement, gay and lesbian organizing and AIDS activism, Israel's occupation of Palestine, and more.

$125.00

Gentle Strength: an occasional journal of nonviolent revolution; Vol. V No. 2, July 1973
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Gentle Strength: an occasional journal of nonviolent revolution; Vol. V No. 2, July 1973

Berkeley: Peace Brigade, 1973. 8p, 8.5 x 11.5 inches, folded tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned, wraps wrinkled else good condition. Pacifist journal put together by a groupd of volunteers, mostly members of the Bay Area Nonviolent Couumnity (BANC). Articles on the United Farm Workers, Amnesty International, land reform in India, and more.

$25.00

Deadly connections; an Against the Current anti-militarist pamphlet
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Deadly connections; an Against the Current anti-militarist pamphlet

By Deadly connections editorial collective

Detroit: Against the Current, 1985. 40p., lightly worn else very good in wraps, 8.5x11 inches. Flier introducing the pamphlet and informing readers of Against the Current's recent merger with Changes and Socialist Unity laid in. Includes a dialogue on Marxism and Pacifism.

$15.00

Plowshare Press; Volume 7 Number 6, Nov.-Dec. 1982
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Plowshare Press; Volume 7 Number 6, Nov.-Dec. 1982

Mountain View, CA: Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project, 1982. 8p., folded tabloid format, lightly worn and toned else very good condition.

$12.00

Women in the military
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Women in the military

Philadelphia: CCCO / An Agency for Military and Draft Counseling, 1979. Ten-panel folded brochure, date penned on cover, otherwise very good. An effort to dissuade women from joining the military, arguing that they are discriminated against and that "Women should support life, not death. To join in war is a step backward for the whole human race...

$15.00

Plowshare Press; Volume 8 Number 1, January-February 1983
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Plowshare Press; Volume 8 Number 1, January-February 1983

Mountain View, CA: Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project, 1983. 8p., folded tabloid format, lightly worn and toned else very good condition.

$12.00

Plowshare Press; Volume 8 Number 4, July-August 1983
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Plowshare Press; Volume 8 Number 4, July-August 1983

Mountain View, CA: Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project, 1983. 8p., folded tabloid format, lightly worn and toned, address label on front wrap else very good condition.

$12.00

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