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Anti-racist news. December 1998 [together with a worn copy of its predecesor, ARA News, from January 26, 1998]
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Anti-racist news. December 1998 [together with a worn copy of its predecesor, ARA News, from January 26, 1998]

Columbus, OH: Institute for Contemporary Journalism, 1998. 23p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, light handling wear. The earlier magazine is similar format, also 23 p., but with edgewear and faint edge stain. Cover story on anti-racist skinheads murdered by a nazi in Las Vegas.

$20.00

Anti-racist news. December 1998
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Anti-racist news. December 1998

Columbus, OH: Institute for Contemporary Journalism, 1998. 23p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, light handling wear. Cover story on anti-racist skinheads murdered by a nazi in Las Vegas.

$15.00

The Lesbian & Gay Campaign Against Racism - 1984 [handbill]
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The Lesbian & Gay Campaign Against Racism - 1984 [handbill]

San Francisco: The Campaign, 1984. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one side only on lavender stock, very good. Meeting address and date. Bullet point list of issues. Tied to the Jesse Jackson campaign for President.

$15.00

Toward a Chicano Social Science
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Toward a Chicano Social Science

By Blea, Irene I. [Isabel]

Westport: Praeger, 1988. Paperback. xiii, [161]p., tables, introduction, selected bibliography, index, references, illustrations; softbound, a 9x6 inch trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lower corner has suffered a small but severe bump affecting every lower corner-tip, titlepage bears a small green sticker. A clean copy with no ownership or any other sort of markings.

$15.00

Like a fresh pack of Newports
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Like a fresh pack of Newports

By Strother, Devin Troy

Los Angeles: Coloured Publishing, 2017. [40p.], slender staplebound paperback, very good, 8.5x11 inches. Stated limitation of 100 copies. Digital art in color, much of it in internet meme format addressing themes of racism, by the African American artist.

$35.00

Seed of the Sun
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Seed of the Sun

By Irwin, Wallace

New York: George H. Doran Co, 1921. 352p., hardcover, mild shelfwear and dust soil. Novel about Japanese immigration, with a plot involving nefarious plans to have Japanese men seduce white women.

$15.00

The indispensable enemy; labor and the anti-Chinese movement in California
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The indispensable enemy; labor and the anti-Chinese movement in California

By Saxton, Alexander

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1971. x, 293p., very good hardcover in shelfworn dustjacket, ownership stamp of Philip Choy, the architect who is better known as a Chinese American historian.

$15.00

California Gold Rush Merchant; The Journal of Stephen Chapin Davis. Edited by Benjamin B. Richards
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California Gold Rush Merchant; The Journal of Stephen Chapin Davis. Edited by Benjamin B. Richards

By Davis, Stephen Chapin. Benjamin B. Richards, editor

San Marino CA: The Huntington Library, 1956. Hardcover. xvii, 124p., illustrated with a facsimile map, titlepage rubricated as are all marginal date-numerals, a fine-press hardbound in 9x6 inch clothbacked boards with printed paper spine label. A clean sound copy with a touch of edgewear to top and tail of spine panel and a neat (ultra neat!) ownership stamp on the ffep. Find a violent racial episode recorded pp.38-43 involving white ship-passengers and black Panamanians, hundreds on each side, many deaths. Huntington Library publications.

$12.00

California Gold Rush Merchant; The Journal of Stephen Chapin Davis. Edited by Benjamin B. Richards
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California Gold Rush Merchant; The Journal of Stephen Chapin Davis. Edited by Benjamin B. Richards

By Davis, Stephen Chapin. Benjamin B. Richards, editor

San Marino CA: The Huntington Library, 1956. Hardcover. xvii, 124p., illustrated with a facsimile map, titlepage rubricated as are all marginal date-numerals, a fine-press hardbound in 9x6 inch clothbacked boards with printed paper spine label. A clean sound unmarked copy enclosed in an acetate jacket. Find a violent racial episode recorded pp.38-43 involving white ship-passengers and black Panamanians, hundreds on each side, many deaths. Huntington Library publications.

$12.00

Indian Depredations in Texas; A Facsimile Reproduction of the Original [reprint titlepage]. Indian Depredations in Texas. Reliable Accounts of battles, wars, adventures, forays, murders, massacres, etc., etc., together with biographical sketches of many of the most noted indian fighters and frontiersmen of Texas. Sold by subscription only. [Austin: Hutchings Printing House, 1889]
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Indian Depredations in Texas; A Facsimile Reproduction of the Original [reprint titlepage]. Indian Depredations in Texas. Reliable Accounts of battles, wars, adventures, forays, murders, massacres, etc., etc., together with biographical sketches of many of the most noted indian fighters and frontiersmen of Texas. Sold by subscription only. [Austin: Hutchings Printing House, 1889]

By Wilbarger, J.W.

Austin TX: Eakin Press / Statehouse Books, 1985. Hardcover. Modern reprint: xii, 691p., scattered period illustrations as called for, sturdily bound in green cloth boards gilt; 9x6 inches, nearly 2 inches thick. Bottom edges show faint shelfwear, ffep bears an ownership name in ballpoint, a near-new copy --except that we believe we glimpsed a penstroke in a margin while flipping through but it did not reappear to us, price slightly abbreviated to reflect the possibility. Original Narratives of Texas History and Adventure.

$30.00

The Wolf and the Buffalo; With a New Introduction by Elmer Kelton and an Afterword by Lawrence Clayton
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The Wolf and the Buffalo; With a New Introduction by Elmer Kelton and an Afterword by Lawrence Clayton

By Kelton, Elmer

Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1980. x, 425p., large softbound, 9x6 inches, in pictorial wraps; covers show mildest edgewear, item is entirely clean, sound and unmarked, an excellent copy. Kelton, a European American western novelist, writes of post-Civil War black soldiers in the American west, particularly in association with Comanches. Number 5 in the Texas Tradition Series; Tom Pilkington, series editor. A reviewer for Texas Monthly remarks "The blacks versus Indians theme sounds like a gimmick, but Kelton eases it into play without hitting a cynical or opportunistic note..observing both the historical record and the demands of his characters..

$15.00

Vietnam Generation. Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 1989). A White Man\'s War: Race Issues and Vietnam
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Vietnam Generation. Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 1989). A White Man's War: Race Issues and Vietnam

Silver Spring, MD: Vietnam Generation, 1989. 159p., paperback, mild shelfwear.

$12.00

Capitalism, Racism, and the Schools
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Capitalism, Racism, and the Schools

By Progressive Labor Party

Brooklyn: Progressive Labor Party, 1974. 24p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound pamphlet on newsprint, some creasing. Faint musty odor.

$20.00

The Invention of the Jewish People. Translated by Yael Lotan
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The Invention of the Jewish People. Translated by Yael Lotan

By Sand, Shlomo

London: Verso, 2010. Paperback. xi, 344p., trade paperback, as new.

$12.00

Chinese gold; the Chinese in the Monterey Bay region
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Chinese gold; the Chinese in the Monterey Bay region

By Lydon, Sandy

Capitola: Capitola Book Company, 1985. Paperback. xv, 550p., plenty of b&w period photography, first wraps printing, clean, sound and unmarked, a very nice softbound copy.

$15.00

Ihr mütter der Welt starben dafür eure Jungens? [Racist broadside opposing Black occupation soldiers in Germany]
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Ihr mütter der Welt starben dafür eure Jungens? [Racist broadside opposing Black occupation soldiers in Germany]

Munchen: Deutscher Notbund gegen die Schwarze Schmach, [192-]. 9.75x13 inch broadside, printed both sides, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Broadside issued by the "German Emergency League Against the Black Disgrace" agitating against the presence of Black troops (soldiers from French colonies) in the occupation of the Rhineland. One side depicts an occupation soldier forcing himself upon a German woman while another rushes over to join in; quote by Heinrich Distler below. The other side shows hands clasped in prayer, with text about the ravishment of German womanhood by the "Black madness." Heinrich Distler also published a pamphlet in 1920 titled "Schwarze Schmach! Die Schändung der deutschen Frau durch Frankreich" (Black shame! The desecration of the German woman by France).

$250.00

Behind the Colour Bar
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Behind the Colour Bar

By Little, Kenneth

London: Bureau of Current Affairs, 1950. 19p., staplebound pamphlet, rust at staples, general edgewear. A reading copy. Number 118.

$12.00

The Decline of the Californios; A Social History of the Spanish-speaking Californians, 1846-1890. Updated with a new foreword by Ramon A. Gutierrez
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The Decline of the Californios; A Social History of the Spanish-speaking Californians, 1846-1890. Updated with a new foreword by Ramon A. Gutierrez

By Pitt, Leonard

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998. Paperback. xvi, 324p., illustrated with a section of b&w period portraits and photos, softbound, 8x5 inch decorated wraps. A corner-tip is bent, adjacent leaves unaffected, clean, sound and unmarked, a very good copy. Gutierrez feels that although Pitt's 1966 book "was a product of its time" and fails to fully address recent themes, that his interests nevertheless were perennial, he was sensitive to assimilation, internal power struggles, the weight of immigration, and was "profoundly concerned about bigotry, prejudice, and discrimination --issues still ever potent in California. And he told this history witrh passion.. elements that account for the continued importance of Pitt's 'The Decline of the Californios'

$12.00

Racism in the Communist Movement
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Racism in the Communist Movement

By Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center, National Steering Committee

Baltimore, MD: OCIC, 1980. 3, 42, 8, 31, 5, plus several pages copied from "Black Bolshevik" and a resource list; 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at left; ownership signature on front cover, otherwise very good. Self-critical reports from the OCIC and the PWOC on hidden racism within their ranks.

$35.00

CAR-Madison newsletter [four issues]
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CAR-Madison newsletter [four issues]

Middleton, WI: Committee Against Racism, 1974. Four issues of the mimeographed newsletter, for April 1, May, June, and July 15, 1974. Address on rear covers, formerly folded and stapled together for mailing, some closed edge tears. Group affiliated with Progressive Labor. Much of its work was campus-centered.

$40.00

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