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Korea and the Old Orders in Eastern Asia

by Nelson, M. Frederick

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Published
1945
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Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1945. Hardcover. vii, 326p., blue boards with gilt along spine, cover boards are worn with library call number inked on lower left corner and "College of he Pacific" memorial plate "in Memory of Harold Joyce Noble" on front pastedown endpaper. "review copy" stamped on first blank page and more library boards on… Read more
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image of Pacifist living -- today and tomorrow: a brief exploration of pacifism under conscription, in time of war, and post-war reconstruction

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Philadelphia & Wallingford, PA: The Peace Section, AFSC and Pendle Hill, 1941. Pamphlet. 80p., stapled wraps, 6x9 inches, wraps edgeworn, previous owner's name and stamp of the Friends' Center in Pasadena on front wrap else good first printing.
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Lieutenant-Colonel de Maumort a novel

by Martin du Gard, Roger, translated by Luc Brébion & Timothy Crouse

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Published
2000
ISBN
9780679433972
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$15.00

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New York: Knopf, 2000. Hardcover. xxxiii, 778p., translators' introduction, foreword, summary, very good first US edition, first printing stated in quarter-cloth boards and bright unclipped dj. The Nobel Prize-winning author's magnum opus, unfinished at the time of his deathin 1958. Contains some uranian content.
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We'll be coming back [inscribed & signed]

by Mickens, E[rnest] Montagu

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
[194-]
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$400.00

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[Cincinnati-?]: [self-published by the author], [194-]. 67p., stiff pebbled card covers, mild corner wear, very good. Inscribed by the author with a date of 8/25/1946. Rather scarce. Self-published poetry collection, apparently by an African American author. Many poems address the war, including celebration of the role of Black soldiers; another about the Scottsboro Boys is dedicated to the International… Read more
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$400.00
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Christopher and His Kind, 1929-1939

by Isherwood, Christopher

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1976
ISBN
9780374312565
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$12.00

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New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1976. Hardcover. 339p., offsetting to front free endpaper else good first edition stated in cloth boards and price-clipped dj. The real story behind the Berlin Stories, I Am a Camera and Cabaret.
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Arlington, VA: Arlington Farms, 1945. 46p., staplebound booklet, rear cover has an edge abrasion affecting several adjacent pages, otherwise mild handling. Not found in OCLC as of April 2021. Cartoon book depicting life at Nebraska Hall in Arlington Farms, a wartime dormitory for women workers.
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$60.00
image of We Hold These Truths - A dramatic celebration of The American Bill of Rights, including an address by Franklin D. Roosevelt

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47p., saplebound booklet, mild handling. Illustrations by Samuel M. Adler. Script for a wartime play by the "Grand Master Of American Audio Theatre," into which is inserted a Fireside Chat by FDR from December 15th, 1941, in which he describes the Bill of Rights as anathema to fascism.
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Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 1995. Paperback. 457p, later printing. signed and incribed by the author "To Jim & Arline, In Solidarity, William Blum", very good condition.
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Chicago: Russian Fair Committee, 1942. [56p.], staplebound booklet, 5.5x8.5 inches, mild handling wear. Program for an event intended to support war relief efforts for the Soviet Union.
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$35.00
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The Call [four issues]

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Published
1942
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$50.00

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New York: Socialist Party, USA, 1942. Four issues of the tabloid format newspaper, all with horizontal fold, paper toned, edgewear. Issues present are whole numbers 336, 385, 388, and 389. Articles on topics such as the wartime sugar shortage, the beating and arrest of Black labor organizers in Mississippi, a protest of Soviet executions of Polish socialists, Norman Thomas… Read more
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The Telephone Worker [14 issues]

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Published
1945
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Milwaukee, WI: National Federation of Telephone Workers, 1945. Fourteen issues of the illustrated magazine, Early issues irregularly published; eventually became a monthly. Most are 8x10.75 inches, around 15 pages apiece, all in original wraps; the first three issues have holes punched at left for filing in a binder. Issues present are Feb., July, August and December 1942, Nov. 1943,… Read more
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At Ease" vol. 1: comedy sketches for use exclusively in military & naval establishments edited and compiles by The Writers & Material Committee of Camp Shows, Inc

by Shubert, John, editor, Lester Hammel, Charles B. Maddock, Hal Block, William Bratter, Leon Kellman et al.

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Published
1942
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$75.00

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New York: USO-Camp Shows, Inc, 1942. 230p., 6.25x9.25 inches, preface, sketches, lightly-worn script collection in spiral-bound green covers. Block appeared on and wrote for "What's My Line?" until he was fired for being too risque. He also wrote for the BBC and Bob Hope's USO shows. Shubert was a member of the Shubert Broadway theatre family. Some gay humor.… Read more
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Boston: the magazine, 1940. Magazine. Single twelve-line poem at p.364, the entire magazine complete: red wraps with overlapping edges, these edges very worn with numerous little tears. Textblock itself is sound, clean and unmarked. Bird of Glass a metaphor to conjure up The Imagination and for it to "forever be your lover." The line-up for this issue is full… Read more
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Why? A bulletin of free inquiry [8 issues]

by Young, William, ed

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Published
1947
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$150.00

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New York: n.pub, 1947. Pamphlet. Eight issues of the bulletin, spanning the period from April 1942 to April 1947. Issues present are Vol. 1 Nos. 1 and 8, Vol. 3 No. 5, Vol. 4 No. 6, and Vol. 5 Nos. 6, 8, 10, and 11. Various pagination, wraps, 7.5x10 inches, all evenly toned, some light wear, Vol.… Read more
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Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence [souvenir program]

by [Bowie, David, Ryiuchi Sakamoto, Nagisa Oshima, et al]

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Published
1983
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$25.00

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Jeremy Thomas, 1983. [28p] includes covers, 8.25x11.75 inches, texts in Eglish and Japanese [both read right to left on pages] illustrated with b&w and color film stills including a full-color centerfold spread of the two stars, cast and crew info and bios, lightly-handled booklet in stapled glossy pictorial wraps.
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Two Cheers for Democracy

by Forster, E. M.

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Published
1951
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New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co, 1951. Hardcover. xvi, 363p., preface, small red remainder dot bottom edge, light shelf wear else good reprint in cloth boardsand edgeworn, soiled dj. Forster's first book in fifteen years. Covers World War Two and the second half of the book is literary criticism and biography/memoir.
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Peace now -- and for ever

by Aldred, Guy A.

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Published
1945
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Glasgow: The Strickland Press, 1945. 24p., stapled wraps, front wrap soiled and stained, paper slightly browned else very good condition.
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For speedy victory--the second front NOW

by Foster, William Z.

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Published
1943
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$12.00

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New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1943. Pamphlet. 31p., staplebound pamphlet, ex-library, a decent reading copyt. *Seidman F389.
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The railroad workers and the war

by Foster, William Z.

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Published
1941
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New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1941. Pamphlet. 15p., staplebound pamphlet, cover foxed, 5x7.25 inches, first printing (May 1941). *Seidman F366. Warns railroad workers that the capitalists want to bring them into the war effort; from the Hitler-Stalin pact period.
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The people and the congress

by Foster, William Z.

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Published
1943
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New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1943. Pamphlet. 15p., staplebound pamphlet, paper toned, old collection label on cover, 5x7 inches. "An assertion that Congress is blocking an all-out war effort, and that the reactionary wings of the Democratic and Republican parties are defeatist. Urging that the President's war policies be backed, Foster calls for full labor participation, the greatest possible… Read more
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