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Eight Eurocentric Historians
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Eight Eurocentric Historians

By Blaut, J.M.

New York: The Guilford Press, 2000. Paperback. xii, 227p., softbound in 9x6 inch glossy wraps. Sound, clean and unmarked, an unmolested copy. Laid in are several leaves of publisher's adverts. FYI, Blaut uses "eurocentric" to mean falsely favoring Europeans over other peoples and places; his last chapter is a general survey of thirty such stereotypical falsities and which of the eight historians espoused which combination of fallacies. Weber, earliest-published, could openly embrace a raw-virtue, white-people-are-better argument, but later historians knew to ascribe Eurp's economic and military dominance to geography, environment, market savvy, et cetera. The colonizer's model of the world, volume 2.

$20.00

Colonizing Sex; Sexology and Social Control in Modern Japan
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Colonizing Sex; Sexology and Social Control in Modern Japan

By Fruhstuck, Sabine

Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003. 267p., scattered period illustrations and a substantial bibliography, first edition openweave dark blue cloth titled in silver. Lacks the dj but quite bright and clean; a sound, unmarked, very good copy.

$15.00

Join the Long Walk for Racial Justice. From Goddard College in Vermont to Harvard Square in Cambridge
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Join the Long Walk for Racial Justice. From Goddard College in Vermont to Harvard Square in Cambridge

Cambridge, MA: Rally for Justice, 1973. Two 8.5x11 inch leaflets stapled together at corner; the second leaflet is headlined "Otis McRae blasts racism at Goddard College, a 200 mile walk to address rally at Harvard." Mild handling wear. The second leaflet discusses controversies and protests at Goddard over cutbacks of Third World Studies programs. An article about the rally in the November 17, 1973 Harvard Crimson said that "Otis McRae, former non-resident trimester coordinator for Goddard College in Plainfield, Vt., spoke on the steps of Memorial Church at the rally, which marked the end to an 11-day journey McRae and three companions made to Harvard to dramatize charges of racism at Goddard...Although leaflets advertising the rally said McRae, Charles Johnson, Mary Kacen and Steve Guerra had walked 200 miles 'for racial justice,' Kacen told The Boston Globe that the walk was discontinued in southern New Hampshire, near Concord. From there the group visited college campuses throughout New England by car before coming to Cambridge, Kacen told the Globe... Shouting into the microphone, McRae told the crowd he was disappointed by the turn-out [of about 110]. 'I'm remembering the traditions of Harvard I heard about all my life,' McRae said, attacking 'the concrete and steel' of Harvard and calling for more awareness by colleges of "institutional racism.

$95.00

Illuminations; Paintings by Judith Lowry. \
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Illuminations; Paintings by Judith Lowry. "Aiming for the Heart," introduction by Lippard

By Lowry, Judith. Lucy R. Lippard, text

Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 1999. Pamphlet. 48p., color reproductions (seventeen, most fullpage) and a few b&w portrait photos, plus the wraparound cover repro of "Funeral of Frida Kahlo". Large softbound pamphlet-style, stapled into 9x9 inch cardstock wraps, lightly edgeworn with some unobtrusive pressure-marks, a very good clean copy that Lowry has signed on the half-title, dating year of publication.

$35.00

Lincoln favored segregation [leaflet]
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Lincoln favored segregation [leaflet]

By [Lincoln, Abraham]; [Gerald L.K. Smith]

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, [195-]. Small leaflet printed both sides, about 3x5.5 inches, very good. Reprints a speech from the Complete Works of Abraham Lincoln, dated September 18, 1858, in which Lincoln argues against "the social or political equality of the white and black races." At the end a statement has been added: "Demagogues and other types of mongrelizers are attempting to exploit Abraham Lincoln dishonestly in their campaign to force the intermixture of the black and white races. This statement of Abraham Lincoln should be put into the hands of every preacher, school teacher and community leader and public official.

$20.00

Come on in ... the water\'s fine!
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Come on in ... the water's fine!

By Alabama Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Birmingham, AL: Alabama Labor Council, AFL-CIO, 1965. Eight panel brochure, pen doodle on front panel else very good condition, illustrated (pictures of white folks), 3.5x8.5 inches. For local unions encouraging them to affliate with the Council. Not even a whisper about the civil rights movement or African Americans.

$25.00

You and your children
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You and your children

By The Patriot

n.p., n.d.. Four-page leaflet, very good. Outlines the ways in which the "Jewish world enslavers" have destroyed the family, integrated schools, and promoted women outside of their rightful household roles. Would appear to be from the 1960s, based on the description of "frenzied rock-and-roll sessions turning into riotous sex-orgies.

$30.00

Police attacks, we say no; Racist cops have got to go! [handbill]
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Police attacks, we say no; Racist cops have got to go! [handbill]

Cambridge, MA: The Hard Times, 1974. 8.5x11 inch handbill, mimeographed text both sides, toned. On the case of Clarence Anderson, a Black motorcyclist beaten by police until he was blinded in one eye, and other recent local incidents.

$25.00

Instauration, Vol. 15, No. 5, Apr. 1990
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Instauration, Vol. 15, No. 5, Apr. 1990

By Robertson, Wilmot (ed.)

Cape Canaveral, Florida: Howard Allen Enterprises, 1990. Magazine. 36p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps, illus., some staple rust, else very good. Instauration was perhaps the most erudite, yet vehement white supremacist and anti-Semitic journal published in the U.S. Articles are written anonymously and letters to the editor are identified by first 3 zip code digits of the writers. Robertson is the author of The Dispossessed Majority.This issue has material on Ty Cobb, the Mind of the Leftist, Notes from the Sceptred Isle, and numerous pages of news and letters.

$15.00

Intelligence Report [6 issues of the magazine]
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Intelligence Report [6 issues of the magazine]

By Potok, Mark, Intelligence Project Director

Montgomery, Alabama: Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, 2006. Magazine. Six issues of the quarterly magazine, a complete run for the period between Spring 2005 and Summer 2006. Various pagination, all 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Issues present are Numbers 117-122. All have slightly worn wraps, else generally very good condition.

$25.00

A savage culture; racism - a black British view
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A savage culture; racism - a black British view

By Kapo, Remi

London: Quartet Books, 1981. xiv+146p., paperback; covers mildly worn and creased, a decent reading copy. In cover blurb, Jessica Mitford calls it "The best insight into racism in Britain that I have ever read.

$12.00

White Lives Matter Most: And Other \
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White Lives Matter Most: And Other "Little" White Lies

By Meyer, Matt

Oakland: PM Press, 2018. Paperback. xi + 108p., trade papeback, New.

$11.00

The color of politics; race and the mainsprings of American politics
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The color of politics; race and the mainsprings of American politics

By Goldfield, Michael

New York: The New Press, 1997. 404p., first printing, wraps. Starts from trade union racism at the end of World War II.

$12.00

Living with flowers: The California Flower Market History
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Living with flowers: The California Flower Market History

By Kawaguchi, Gary

San Francisco: California Flower Market, Inc, 1993. Hardcover. xi, 120p., alkaline coated paperstock with exhibit and period photography, color and b&w, first edition hardbound in 11x8.5 inch gray boards titled in metallic green ink, in dust jacket. The dj is a little edgeworn, the book itself immaculate, an all-round very good copy. A labor of love, with botannics and human interest materials cleverly mingled. "One of the oldest and most successful Japanese-American-owned corporations in the United States.. Founded by Japanese immigrant flower growers at the turn of the century, the story of the California Flower Market, Inc. spans nearly the entire history of Japanese in America.

$30.00

Photography / Politics  Two
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Photography / Politics Two

By Holland, Patricia, Jo Spence, and Simon Watney, editors

London: Comedia and Photography Workshop, Co:publishers, 1986. Paperback. 198p., large softbound, paperback in 11x8 inch decorated wraps. Covers faintly toned, three tiny dog-ears inside (now unfolded), a sound very good copy perfectly clean within. "..a collection of articles, photographic projects and working papers which address the politics and sexual politics of photography in contemporary society

$30.00

Arrow. Vol. 13 no. 2 (May-June 1990)
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Arrow. Vol. 13 no. 2 (May-June 1990)

By International Committee Against Racism

Brooklyn: INCAR, 1990. Single issue of the staplebound magazine, 8.5x11 inches, very good. 20 pages each in English and Spanish. INCAR was a front group of the the Progressive Labor Party.

$17.00

Symposium for the Eradication of Social Inequality: the effect of race, class and gender on teaching and learning 2000 theme: Correcting the lies our teachers told us, February 8-10, 2000, University of Wyoming
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Symposium for the Eradication of Social Inequality: the effect of race, class and gender on teaching and learning 2000 theme: Correcting the lies our teachers told us, February 8-10, 2000, University of Wyoming

By Akintunde, Omowale et al.

Laramie: University of Wyoming, 2000. [8p] 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction to the 4th annual national conference, speaker bios and photos, agendas, some ink noteson the Tuesday agenda otherwise good program in stapled pictorial wraps.

$12.00

Arrow [seven issues]
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Arrow [seven issues]

By International Committee Against Racism

Brooklyn: INCAR, 1992. Seven issues of the staplebound magazine, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Issues present are vol. 11 no. 3, vol. 12 nos. 2 and 6, vol. 13 no. 2, and vol. 14 nos. 8 and 9. Each issue has one side in English and one in Spanish. INCAR was a front group of the the Progressive Labor Party.

$95.00

Stories of Adventure
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Stories of Adventure

By London, Jack

Girard KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, undated, copyright deleted. Pamphlet. 64p., the usual small pamphlet format, 5x3.5 inches, white wraps matte-side out and semi-laminated side verso (H-J must have bought an odd lot), cover silverfished and irregularly toned, text stock evenly toned. Cover bears a rubber-stamped ownership name and address, a fair to good copy. Little Blue Book 1168. Five short stories: A Goboto Night; Dutch Courage; To Repel Boarders; An Adventure in the Upper Sea; Bald-Face.

$20.00

Discriminación y racismo
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Discriminación y racismo

By Armoza, Enrique Luis

Buenos Aires: Oficina de Publicaciones del CBC, Universidad de Buenos Aires : EUDEBA, 1995. 64p., paperback; occasional pencil marginalia and underlining.

$12.00

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