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South Viet Nam: a great victory. Winter 1966 - Spring 1967
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South Viet Nam: a great victory. Winter 1966 - Spring 1967

Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967. Paperback. 70p., slender paperback, corner thumbed, rear cover has some staining. Celebration of Viet Cong successes against the US-backed government in South Vietnam.

$17.00

The student mobilizer, vol. 2, no. 6 (October, 1968)
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The student mobilizer, vol. 2, no. 6 (October, 1968)

By Student Mobilization Committee

New York: Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietanm, 1968. 4p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, edgeworn, small tear along fold else good condition. Cover story on a march of GIs and veterans for peace.

$20.00

The biggest war criminals of our times
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The biggest war criminals of our times

[Cuba]: Committee to Denounce the War Crimes of the U.S. Imperialists and Their Henchmen in South Viet Nam, 1967. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, bottom edge crimped, some rust to staples. An outline of "Crimes of aggression by the US imperialists in South Vietnam.

$25.00

March on Washington - San Francisco. Out now: April 24 [pinback button]
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March on Washington - San Francisco. Out now: April 24 [pinback button]

By National Peace Action Coalition

Washington DC: NPAC, 1971. 1.6 inch pin, yellow background with blue and red print, blue border; light scuffing. Date and slogan match those of the 1971 actions on the east and west coasts by NPAC.

$12.00

The new stage in the antiwar movement: a strategy for Young Socialists
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The new stage in the antiwar movement: a strategy for Young Socialists

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1969. 13p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, wraps worn, else very good condition. Young Socialist Discussion Bulletin Vol. 13, No. 1. "This draft resolution on the fight against the Vietnam war was written for the Young Socialist national convention to be held at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, December 27-30, 1969." - verso of front wrap.

$12.00

North Viet Nam against US air force
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North Viet Nam against US air force

By Hai Thu

Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967. Paperback. 93p., slender paperback, covers stained else good condition; photo section showing guerrilla life and actions against US soldiers, 7x5 inches. Cover shows US pilot Bill Robinson being guarded by an NVA woman soldier following his capture.

$15.00

The era of the Blue Machine: Laos, 1969-
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The era of the Blue Machine: Laos, 1969-

By Branfman, Fred

Washington, DC: Washington Monthly Co, 1971. Pamphlet. 16p., wraps slightly worn, staples begining to rust else good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches. Drawings by Lao survivors of US bomb attacks. Reprinted from The Washington Monthly, July 1971. "The blue machine" refers to U.S air power, operating "thousands of feet above the grunts

$15.00

Introducing the Young Socialist Alliance
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Introducing the Young Socialist Alliance

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1969. Single sheet folded to make 6-panel brochure, 6x8.5 inches. B&W photos of George Novack, Malcolm X, and various YSA members.

$15.00

Aerial 8 / Barrett Watten; contemporary poetics as critical theory. Edited by Rod Smith
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Aerial 8 / Barrett Watten; contemporary poetics as critical theory. Edited by Rod Smith

By Watten, Barrett, principal contributor; Rod Smith, editor

Washington DC: Aerial / Edge Books, 1995. xiv, 304p., publisher's ads; softbound in 9x6 inch glossy wraps, an immaculate copy. This volume is dedicated as memorial to John Cage, 1912-1992, and Guy Debord, 1931-1994.

$15.00

Honeywell Kills People [pinback button]
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Honeywell Kills People [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co., for Clergy and Laity Concernced, [197-]. 1.5 inch diameter pin, issuer identified on the curl. Clergy and Laity Concernced argued that morality demanded protest against Honeywell because it was designing weapon systems for use in Vietnam that maimed civilians.

$12.00

Turn the guns around! Defeat US imperialism!
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Turn the guns around! Defeat US imperialism!

New York: Progressive Labor Party, 1976. [15p.], 8.5x11 inch pamphlet on newsprint, minor handling wear, slight musty odor.

$20.00

Turn the guns around! Defeat US imperialism!
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Turn the guns around! Defeat US imperialism!

San Francisco: Progressive Labor Party, 1976. 8p, 8.5x11 inch pamphlet, uneven cover toning, slight musty odor. Cover is similar to a New York edition with the same title, but contents are reconfigured.

$17.00

Turn the guns around! Defeat US imperialism!
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Turn the guns around! Defeat US imperialism!

San Francisco: Progressive Labor Party, 1976. 8p, 8.5x11 inch pamphlet, minor cover toning, slight musty odor. Cover is similar to a New York edition with the same title, but contents are reconfigured.

$20.00

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

Elsewhere than Vietnam, a story of the sixties, a work of fiction
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Elsewhere than Vietnam, a story of the sixties, a work of fiction

By Schwartz, David

Exton, PA: Sticky Earth Books, 2019. Paperback. 261p., wraps, very good condition. "Steven Miller's story begins in the anti-war protests on a college campus and moves on to the world of resistance against the Vietnam War within the U.S. military, to the coffeehouses, underground newspapers, and disobedience of young men who believed that they were the true American patriots." - blurb on rear wrap.

$10.00

The Draft Call. Vol. 1 no. 2 (January 27, 1968)
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The Draft Call. Vol. 1 no. 2 (January 27, 1968)

Madison: Draft Resistance Union, 1968. [6p.], mimeographed 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner, faint fold creases, otherwise very good. Articles about local anti-draft activism.

$20.00

Cultural Critique; Number 3, Spring 1986; American Representations of Vietnam
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Cultural Critique; Number 3, Spring 1986; American Representations of Vietnam

By Berg, Richard and John Carlos Rowe, editors

Cary, NC: Oxford University Press, 1986. Paperback. Single issue of the journal, 240p., wraps, very good condition. Special issue on Vietnam. Includes the essay "Visions of Righteousness" by Noam Chomsky.

$15.00

Bowditch Review. Summer-Fall 1967, No. 1
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Bowditch Review. Summer-Fall 1967, No. 1

Berkeley: Unitas, the Interseminary Council and the Campus Ministry Association, 1967. Magazine. 73p., yellow staplebound wraps with some toning at edges, illus., second printing - revised edition, some toning to newsprint pages inside, bit of rust to staples, else very good. Anti-war radical student journal, nominally Christian, with articles on going to prison for draft refusal, antiwar activism, the Vietnam Tribunal, etc. "Political commentary and analysis by a national roster of college students, professors, and activist writers." (OCLC).

$15.00

Young Socialist Discussion Bulletin, Volume 16, No. 1-7
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Young Socialist Discussion Bulletin, Volume 16, No. 1-7

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1972. Seven issues, 12, 39, 16, 23, 16, 24, and 40p. respectively, all in wraps, 8.5x11 inches, wraps worn, some small stains, Number 4 with articles marked in pen on front wrap and pen marginalia thoughout, Numbers 6 and 7 with previous owner's name on front wraps, else generally good condition. YSA Discussion Bulletin. Includes an entire issue on the case of John Zanellotti, expelled for his simultaneous membership in the Workers League; activism around abortion rights, Raza organizing in Houston against the Vietnam War, the YSA relationship to the Counter-Culture, and much more.

$25.00

The Truth About Kent State: a challenge to the American conscience
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The Truth About Kent State: a challenge to the American conscience

By Davies, Peter and the Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church

New York: Farrar , Straus and Giroux, 1973. Paperback. xi, 242p., preface, introduction, appendixes, bibliography, notes, index, profusely illustrated with photosand maps, lightly-used first trade paperback edition in black pictorial wraps. Noonday Press 440.

$12.00

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