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Durruti; the people armed
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Durruti; the people armed

By Paz, Abel, translated from the French by Nancy MacDonald

Montreal: Black Rose Books, 1976. Paperback. 323p., wraps, footnotes, bibliography, index, photos, very good condition.

$15.00

The anarchist collectives; workers\' self-management in the Spanish revolution, 1936-1939, introductory essay by Murray Bookchin
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The anarchist collectives; workers' self-management in the Spanish revolution, 1936-1939, introductory essay by Murray Bookchin

By Dolgoff, Sam, ed

New York: Free Life Editions, 1974. Hardcover. xxxix, 192p., illus., first edition, very good condition in a bright dj with minor edge wear.

$45.00

Between the bullet and the lie; American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War
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Between the bullet and the lie; American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War

By Eby, Cecil

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969. xxi, 342p. + 8p. photographs, first edition yellow cloth boards, colored pencil markings on rear pastedown endpaper, else very good condition in an edgeworn and dampstained dj.

$12.00

Durruti; the people armed, translated from the French by Nancy MacDonald
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Durruti; the people armed, translated from the French by Nancy MacDonald

By Paz, Abel

New York: Free Life Editions, 1977. Hardcover. 323p. incl. photos, very good condition. First US edition,

$25.00

A new world in our hearts; the faces of Spanish anarchism
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A new world in our hearts; the faces of Spanish anarchism

By Meltzer, Albert, ed

Sanday, Orkney, UK: Cienfuegos Press, 1978. Hardcover. xix, 100p., boards soiled, sticker residue on rear, else good condition.

$12.00

The Spanish anarchists; the heroic years, 1868-1936
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The Spanish anarchists; the heroic years, 1868-1936

By Bookchin, Murray

New York: Harper & Row, 1978. Paperback. 344p., slightly shelf worn wraps, paper toned else good condition.

$10.00

The anarchist collectives; workers\' self-management in the Spanish revolution, 1936-1939, introductory essay by Murray Bookchin
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The anarchist collectives; workers' self-management in the Spanish revolution, 1936-1939, introductory essay by Murray Bookchin

By Dolgoff, Sam, ed

New York: Free Life Editions, 1974. Hardcover. xxxix, 192p., illus., first edition, very good condition in a heavily worn and damp stained dj with several large tears.

$25.00

Espagne Libertaire 1936-1939: L\'oeuvre constructive de la Revolution espagnole
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Espagne Libertaire 1936-1939: L'oeuvre constructive de la Revolution espagnole

By Leval, Gaston

[Paris]: Editions du Cercle, 1971. Paperback. 402p., wraps, 5.25 x 8.25 inches, wraps slightly worn else very good condition. Text in French. Archives Revolutionnaires.

$25.00

Las tribus.  Los anarquistas Espanoles en el frente y en la retaguardia [sub-title from dj]
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Las tribus. Los anarquistas Espanoles en el frente y en la retaguardia [sub-title from dj]

By Aroca Sardagna, Jose Maria

Barcelona: Ediciones Acervo, 1972. Hardcover. 229p., illus., very good condition in an edge worn dj.

$25.00

Collectives in the Spanish Revolution; translated from the French by Vernon Richards
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Collectives in the Spanish Revolution; translated from the French by Vernon Richards

By Leval, Gaston

London: Freedom Press, 1975. Hardcover. 368p., black cloth boards in dust jacket; first English edition. Pages toned else very good condition in a shelfworn and soiled dj.

$20.00

Die Soziale Revolution in Spanien: Kollektivierung der Industrie und Landwirtschaft in Spanien 1936-1939 : Dokumente und Selbstdarstellungen der Arbeiter und Bauern
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Die Soziale Revolution in Spanien: Kollektivierung der Industrie und Landwirtschaft in Spanien 1936-1939 : Dokumente und Selbstdarstellungen der Arbeiter und Bauern

By Gerlach, Erich [and] Augustin Souchy

Berlin: Karin Kramer Verlag, 1974. Paperback. 236p., wraps, 5.75 x 8 inches, wraps worn, pages slightly toned else very good condition. Text in German. Subtitle translates to "Collectivization of industry and agriculture in Spain 1936-1939: Documents and self-portrayals of workers and peasants

$35.00

El proletariado militante; memorias de un Internacional, primer periodo [y] continuacion de la Association Internacional de los Trabajadores en Espana
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El proletariado militante; memorias de un Internacional, primer periodo [y] continuacion de la Association Internacional de los Trabajadores en Espana

By Lorenzo, Anselmo

Toulouse: Editorial del Movimiento Libertario Espanol/C.N.T. en Francia, 1946 an, 1946. Two volumes, paperback; first volume has some wear around the top of the spine. Vol. I: 261p. Vol. II: 259p.

$75.00

Problèmes contemporains :  Jacques Bouyé. L\'Homme dans l\'industrie. Laureano Riera. Une Expérience passionnante par 5000 ouvriers. Gaston Leval. Ballobar, une collectivité agraire en Espagne
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Problèmes contemporains : Jacques Bouyé. L'Homme dans l'industrie. Laureano Riera. Une Expérience passionnante par 5000 ouvriers. Gaston Leval. Ballobar, une collectivité agraire en Espagne

By Bouye, Jacques, Laureano Riera, [and] Gaston Leval

Paris: Groupe Humaniste Libertaire, 1964. Paperback. 120p., wraps, 5.5 x 7.5 inches, wraps stained and worn, leaves unopened, pages beginning to tone, else good condition. Text in French. Riera and Leval were both members of the CNT during the Spanish Civil War. Leval, whose contribution here translates to "An Agricultural Collective in Spain", wrote extensively on Spanish anarchist collectives of the period.

$40.00

Next steps to win the war in Spain
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Next steps to win the war in Spain

By Browder, Earl and Bill Lawrence

New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1938. Pamphlet. 23p., wraps, very good condition, 4.75x7.25 inches. "An address by Browder, December 9, 1937, launching the campaign for 50,000 members of the Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion. He advocates an end to defeatist propaganda, suppression of the Trotskyist POUM, and more material help for Republican Spain. Lawrence, until recently a political commissar at a Spanish military base, calls for unity of all antifascist forces in Spain, help from international working class and democratic countries" *Seidman B525.

$60.00

La Guerrilla Urbana: 1: facerias
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La Guerrilla Urbana: 1: facerias

By Tellez, Antonio

Paris: Ruedo Iberico, 1974. Paperback. 347p., wraps, illus., pages slightly toned, wraps worn, else very good condition. Text in Spanish. On Jose Lluis Facerias, Spanish anarchist who fought against Franco both during and after the Spanish Civil War.

$30.00

L\'Aurora di Spagna
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L'Aurora di Spagna

By Ba Jin, editor [Inscribed by Ba Jin as Li Pei Kan]; art by SIM [Rey Vila]

Shanghai: Edizioni de Propaganda Ping-Ming, 1948. [64p.], pamphlet bound into blue cloth-covered wraps with gilt title, inscribed by Ba Jin (as Li Pei Kan) to the Italian-American anarchist periodical L'Adunata dei Refrattari. An address label of L'Adunata dei Refrattari has been pasted inside the front cover. The booklet was later owned by UC Berkeley professor Robert Scalapino, an expert on Chinese anarchism among other topics, who added his ornate ownership stamp on the first internal page, right under Ba Jin's somewhat shaky Italian greeting, which reads "Ai compagni dell'Adunata dei Refrattari, fraternamente, Li Pei Kan." Chinese edition of a collection of black and white art with captions in Italian, Chinese text on facing pages. The images were originally published in color in the Spanish album "Estampas de la revolución española, 19 julio de 1936." The preface has been translated into Italian by Ba Jin. A short list of subscribers indicates that the booklet was printed for $36, of which most was contributed by a comrade in Chicago, with the remainder coming from two Chinese comrades in San Francisco. Ba Jin was the most prominent culturally active anarchist of pre-revolutionary China. Born Li Yaotang, he wrote under the pen name Li Pei Kan in much of his correspondence with westerners. His most well-known pen name is Ba Jin, taken from the first and last Chinese characters in the names of Bakunin and Kropotkin.

$2000.00

Spanish Portraits
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Spanish Portraits

By Davidson, Jo and Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, John Gunther, et al.

Atlanta: High Museum of Art, 2004. Paperback. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, stiff wraps, illus., 2004 reprint edition in very good condition. Paperbound reprint of original folio of photos of Davidson's sculpture, this issued as a catalog for an exhibit "On the Side of Freedom: Jo Davidson and the Spanish Civil War" at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. Photocopy of invitation to a reception and preview for the exhibition, Dec. 12, 2004 is layed in. The exhibition ran until May 1, 2005. Texts in the reprint by Hemingway and others are commentaries on the people portrayed in the busts (largely republican fighters in the Spanish Civil War in the mid-30s).

$20.00

Guerre de classes en Espagne: 1936-1937 et textes libertaires.  Preface et biographie de Frank Mintz
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Guerre de classes en Espagne: 1936-1937 et textes libertaires. Preface et biographie de Frank Mintz

By Berneri, Camillo

Paris: Spartacus, 1977. 95p., 5.25 x 7.25 inches, wraps, very good condition. Text in French. Berneri was an Italian anarchist who fought in the Spanish civil war and was assassinated in 1937.

$12.00

Frisco-Per
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Frisco-Per

By Rundberg, Arvid

Stockholm: Fram bokforlag, 1985. Hardcover. 228p., 5 x 8.5 inches, illus., very good condition. No dj. Text in Swedish. On Per Eriksson, Swedish anti-facist who fought in the Spanish Civil war and became the bodyguard of La Pasionaria.

$45.00

Xibanya de xue / Il sangue di Spagna
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Xibanya de xue / Il sangue di Spagna

By Ba Jin, editor [Inscribed by Ba Jin as Li Pei Kan]; art by Castelao

Shanghai: Wenhua shenghuo chubanshe, 1949. [56p.], pamphlet bound into blue cloth-covered wraps with gilt title, inscribed by Ba Jin (as Li Pei Kan) to the Italian-American anarchist periodical L'Adunata dei Refrattari. An address label of L'Adunata dei Refrattari has been pasted inside the front cover. The booklet was later owned by UC Berkeley professor Robert Scalapino, an expert on Chinese anarchism among other topics, who added his ornate ownership stamp on the half-title page. Ba Jin's somewhat shaky Italian greeting reads "Ai compagni dell'Adunata dei Refrattari, fraternamente, Li Pei Kan." Collection of black and white drawings related to the Spanish Civil War by the Galician artist Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao, with Chinese text on facing pages. Many of the images depict horrific war crimes. Ba Jin, who also contributes a preface, was the most prominent culturally active anarchist of pre-revolutionary China.Born Li Yaotang, he wrote under the pen name Li Pei Kan in much of his correspondence with westerners. His most well-known pen name is Ba Jin, taken from the first and last Chinese characters in the names of Bakunin and Kropotkin.

$2000.00

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