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Socialism as radical democracy: the principles of the Socialist Party USA
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Socialism as radical democracy: the principles of the Socialist Party USA

New York: Socialist Party, [199-?]. Eight-panel brochure, very good.

$12.00

Poems & pictures, 1918-1970
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Poems & pictures, 1918-1970

By Salz, Helen

San Francisco: Adrian Wilson, 1970. 81p., 10x6.5 inch boards with raw linen backstrip and printed paper label, illustrations of Salz paintings (some in color). Front cover bears a line of mild sun-fade, the spine label is dim whether faded or an Adrian Wilson miscalculation, nonetheless a very good copy that is inscribed and signed by author on the second blank. Salz published poems in the Liberator, the Socialist Call and other publications. She studied painting with Rockwell Kent and in 1934 was co-founder of the Northern California ACLU. Many poems in the selection here reflect her politics.

$65.00

The hour of judgment
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The hour of judgment

By White, Viola C.

Boston: B.J. Brimmer Company, 1923. Hardcover. 108p., first edition, very good condition, fragile dj chipped on edges and browned. Marxist & Socialist influenced poems, some of which appeared in the New York Call, the Liberator, and the Socialist Review. Includes a long poem on the Russian revolution.

$125.00

The hour of judgment
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The hour of judgment

By White, Viola C.

Boston: B.J. Brimmer Company, 1923. Hardcover. 108p., first edition, author's portrait pasted on blank fly leaf with minor off-setting on the title page, previous owner's name on blank fly leaf else very good condition with the remains of the dj laid in. Marxist & Socialist influenced poems, some of which appeared in the New York Call, the Liberator, and the Socialist Review. Includes a long poem on the Russian revolution.

$75.00

The imported bridgegroom and other stories of the New York ghetto
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The imported bridgegroom and other stories of the New York ghetto

By Cahn, Abraham

Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1898. Hardcover. 256p., first edition, spine lettering obliterated, worn and soiled binding, hinges cracked. A poor copy of a scarce first edition.

$45.00

The American cossack. [Cover title]
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The American cossack. [Cover title]

By Pennsylvania State Federation of Labor

Harrisburg: the Federation, 1914. Paperback. 141p., wraps, first two pages silverfished on edges with no text loss, slightly wraped from poor storage else good condition, illustrated from photos. Compilation of letters to James Maurer, Socialist Party Pennsylvania State Representative, in response to his series of questions about the role of state police in strikes. The investigation results were not favorable to the police and included examples of police brutality.

$125.00

Anvil and student partisan, vol. 7, no. 4, Winter, 1957.  Whole no. 15
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Anvil and student partisan, vol. 7, no. 4, Winter, 1957. Whole no. 15

By Rawick, George, ed

New York, 1957. 31p., 9x12 inches, wraps worn, front wrap unevenly toned, else good condition. Articles by Michael Harrington, Harvey Swados and others. Editorial board included Sam Bottone, Michael Harrington, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage and others. Also includes a story on rock and roll music.

$15.00

Anvil and student partisan, vol. 7, no. 4, Winter, 1957.  Whole no. 15
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Anvil and student partisan, vol. 7, no. 4, Winter, 1957. Whole no. 15

By Rawick, George, ed

New York, 1957. 31p., 9x12 inches, wraps worn, front wrap unevenly toned, small stain and previous owner's name on front wrap, else good condition. Articles by Michael Harrington, Harvey Swados and others. Editorial board included Sam Bottone, Michael Harrington, Tim Wohlforth, Shane Mage and others. Also includes a story on rock and roll music.

$15.00

The first American king
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The first American king

By Hastings, George Gordon

London & New York: The Smart Set Publishing Company, 1904. Hardcover. 354p., illustrated binding soiled, rear panel dampstained, spine slightly sloped, very minor internal dampstains else good condition. First edition. Utopian novel set in 1975, involving suspended animation. The Trusts conspire to establish a monarchy and a heavily regulated capitalism, which is overthrown by the "Federated Nihilists of America," that establish a socialist America.

$20.00

The first American king
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The first American king

By Hastings, George Gordon

London & New York: The Smart Set Publishing Company, 1904. Hardcover. 354p., illustrated binding soiled, spine slightly sloped, else good condition. First edition. Utopian novel set in 1975, involving suspended animation. The Trusts conspire to establish a monarchy and a heavily regulated capitalism, which is overthrown by the "Federated Nihilists of America," that establish a socialist America.

$45.00

J\'Accuse; an address in court
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J'Accuse; an address in court

By Adler, Friedrich

New York: The Socialist Publication Society, 1918. Pamphlet. 36p., wraps slightly worn, Rand School Library stamp on front and rear wrap along with two in the text else good condition, 6x9 inches.

$30.00

Adam Clarke, a story of toilers.  Being a narrative of the experiences of a family of British immigrants to the United States in cotton mill, iron foundry, coal mine, and other fields of labor
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Adam Clarke, a story of toilers. Being a narrative of the experiences of a family of British immigrants to the United States in cotton mill, iron foundry, coal mine, and other fields of labor

By Mann, Henry

New York: Popular Book Company, 1904. Hardcover. ix, 280p., front hinge starting, corners bumped else good condition, first edition, inscribed and signed by Mann. *Prestridge 31. "A Christian socialist protest against working conditions, especially in the Pennsylvania steel mills." - No. 2367 in Archibald Hanna's "A mirror for the nation, an annotated bibliography of American social fiction, 1901-1950

$95.00

Hammer and Tongs. (Number 4 for 1964)
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Hammer and Tongs. (Number 4 for 1964)

By Socialist Party

New York: Socialist Party, 1964. 14p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, penned address on rear cover, fold crease from mailing. Includes a piece by R.W. Tucker opposing the group's call for nationalizing the pharmaceutical industry, giving detailed reasons for why he believes it to be "half-baked.

$12.00

The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 10 October 1955
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The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 10 October 1955

By Cochran, Bert, George Clarke, and Harry Braverman, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1955. Magazine. 31p., staplebound magazine format, wraps slightly worn else very good condition. Cover story on automation.

$15.00

The American Socialist. Volume 1 Number 9 September 1954
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The American Socialist. Volume 1 Number 9 September 1954

By Cochran, Bert, George Clarke, and Harry Braverman, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1954. Magazine. 31p., staplebound magazine format, wraps worn, soiled, and vertically creased, else good condition.

$12.00

The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 2 February 1955
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The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 2 February 1955

By Cochran, Bert, George Clarke, and Harry Braverman, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1955. Magazine. 31p., staplebound magazine format, wraps worn and soiled, else very good condition. Articles include "The Split in the Socialist Party", "Crisis in Tunisia", and "The Truth About Race-by an Anthropologist

$15.00

The American Socialist. Volume 1 Number 8 August 1954
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The American Socialist. Volume 1 Number 8 August 1954

By Cochran, Bert, George Clarke, and Harry Braverman, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1954. Magazine. 31p., staplebound magazine format, wraps worn, soiled, and vertically creased, else good condition. Stories on atomic power, anti-Communist witch hunts, and more.

$12.00

The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 10 October 1955
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The American Socialist. Volume 2 Number 10 October 1955

By Cochran, Bert, George Clarke, and Harry Braverman, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1955. Magazine. 31p., staplebound magazine format, wraps slightly worn else very good condition. Cover story on automation.

$15.00

Hammer and Tongs [three issues]
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Hammer and Tongs [three issues]

By Socialist Party

New York: Socialist Party, 1966. Three issues of the mimeographed internal discussion bulletin, wraps, 8.5x11 inches, various lengths; issues present are no. 4 for 1964, no. 3 for 1965 (corner torn from front cover), and no. 1 for 1966. Internal bulletin discussing party logistics, theoretical issues and more.

$22.00

The American Socialist Volume 4, Number 1, January 1957
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The American Socialist Volume 4, Number 1, January 1957

By Cochran, Bert, Harry Braverman [and] J. Geller, eds

New York: American Socialist Publications, 1957. 31p., staplebound magazine format, horizontally creased else very good condition. Cover story is "Socialism and Democracy: a debate between Dr. W.E.B DuBois and the editors.

$15.00

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