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Amnesty International Calendar for 1974

Amnesty International Calendar for 1974

by [AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL]

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Palo Alto: Amnesty International Group 32, (1973). First Edition. Oblong quarto; (12)pp; illus. Near Fine. Attractive, early calendar distributed by the venerable international human rights organization. Introductory matter calls for release of political prisoners Bento Venturo de Moura (Brazil), Bakri Siregar (Indonesia) and Gunild Gerth (East Germany). Graphic credits include Ben Shahn, Kathe Kollwitz, Bob Korn, Bob Fitch, Dorothea Lange, others.
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The Bill of Rights Journal. Vol. X - December 1977

The Bill of Rights Journal. Vol. X - December 1977

by GORDON, Max and Howard A. Rodman (eds)

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New York: National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1977. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pictorial card wrappers; 40pp. Near Fine. Annual publication of the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, established in 1951 to oppose the House Un-American Activities Committee. Contributors to this issue include Eric Liebermann, Isidore Silver; Emily Goodman, others.
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The Bill of Rights Journal. Volume XI - December 1978

The Bill of Rights Journal. Volume XI - December 1978

by GORDON, Max and Howard A. Rodman (eds)

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New York: National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1978. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pictorial card wrappers; 56pp. Near Fine. Annual publication of the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, established in 1951 to oppose the House Un-American Activities Committee. Contributors to this issue include Al Pinkney, Staughton Lind, Junella Haynes, Donald Addleston, others.
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The Bill of Rights Journal, Vol. XII, December, 1979

The Bill of Rights Journal, Vol. XII, December, 1979

by GORDON, Max and Howard A. Rodman, eds

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[New York: National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee], 1979. First Edition. Octavo (25.5cm.); photo-illustrated staple-bound card wrappers; 14pp. Disbound, light shelf wear, else Good to Very Good. Annual publication of the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, established in 1951 to oppose the House Un-American Activities Committee. This issue devoted to the life and works of Leonard Boudin, with contributions by Corliss Lamont, Anne Braden, Albert Prago, and others.
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The Bill of Rights Journal. Vol. VIII - December 1975

The Bill of Rights Journal. Vol. VIII - December 1975

by GORDON, Max and Howard A. Rodman (eds)

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New York: National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1975. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pictorial card wrappers; 48pp. Near Fine. Annual publication of the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, established in 1951 to oppose the House Un-American Activities Committee. Contributors to this issue include Vern Countryman, Isidore Silver; numerous tributes to Justice William O. Douglas, then recently retired.
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Darwin on Trial at the Old Bailey [with] Judicial Scandals and Errors

Darwin on Trial at the Old Bailey [with] Judicial Scandals and Errors

by [FREETHOUGHT - DARWINISM - LAW] "Democritus" (pseud. Frederick Raymond Coulson) [and] G. Astor Singer

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London: The University Press, Ltd, [1898]. First Edition. Octavo; burgundy cloth boards; 107pp. Cloth a shade sunned at spine, else a tight, straight, Very Good copy. The two titles bound together, as issued; second title has its own half-title, but pagination is continuous. Includes Appendix, "The English Press and the Prosecution." Two works, the first a satirical play, the second a scholarly essay, attacking British censorship laws and the suppression of public speech. The University Press (sometimes calling itself the "Watford University Press") was a project of Rowland de Villiers, a freethought and free-speech activist and publisher of controversial literature who has been described by one historian as "a somewhat shady character at best" (see Odin Dekkers, J.M. Robertson. Lon:1998). Villiers was most famously the British publisher of Havelock Ellis's treatise on sexual inversion; he was arrested on obscenity charges in 1901 and died in police custody. "G. Astor Singer" appears to have been a… Read More
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A Dialogue on Academic Freedom and Student Unrest

A Dialogue on Academic Freedom and Student Unrest

by [FREE SPEECH - WISCONSIN]

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[Waukesha: 1970]: by the Author. Sole edition. Quarto. Stapled wrappers; [16pp]. Gentle toning to page edges, else Fine. Self-published exposé of left-wing bias in Wisconsin higher education, in the form of a series of reprinted letters between John C. Love, a conservative Waukesha attorney, and Reza Rezazadeh, chair of the History Department at Wisconsin State University-Platteville. Love accuses Rezazadeh of being "an activist who wants to use his teaching position as a station from which he can change our socio-economic and political system," and cites as evidence the professor's references to statements by such dangerous left-wing extremists as George McGovern, Gaylord Nelson, and J. William Fulbright. OCLC locates a single institutional holding (Wisc. Historical Soc.).
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Free Speech for Radicals

Free Speech for Radicals

by SCHROEDER, Theodore

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Riverside, CT: Published for the Free Speech League / Hillacre Bookhouse, 1916. Enlarged Edition. Octavo (23.75cm.); publisher's grey cloth; viii,206pp. Boards rather rubbed and worn at extremities, corners bumped, spine darkened, three-inch crack at top of rear hinge, else About Very Good. Prospectus flyer tipped to front pastedown. MILES 197: "Probes the problem of how far a radical may go.
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From The Back Of The Bus

From The Back Of The Bus

by GREGORY, Dick and Hugh Hefner (introduction)

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New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, 1962. Second Printing. Octavo (22cm); illustrated wrappers, titled in white and yellow on cover, black on the spine; 125pp.; minor rubbing, Near Fine copy. "Dick Gregory is a comedian, social satirist, negro pioneer. In a little more than a year he climbed from $10 a day car washer to $5,000 a week headliner, doing what some said he shouldn't do, most said he couldn't do, but what Gregory knows he must do- tell the truth about segregation so that it brings smiles instead of hurt and insight even to the insensetive. His method: Once I get them laughing, I can say anything" (from the introduction).
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Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring

by [FREE SPEECH - ACLU] HAYS, Arthur Garfield

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New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. First Edition. Octavo (21cm.); publisher's cloth in grey decorative dust jacket; xxii,[23]-341pp.; seven leaves of plates. Tight, square, Near Fine copy, with just a hint of dusting to upper edge of text block; some chipping and shallow losses along jacket extremities, tiny abraision to upper cover slightly affecting the "G" in "RING," cleanly split into two pieces along rear spine flap, spine panel rather toned; Good or better, albeit complete. Hays's legal analysis of contemporary events in relation to civil liberties and freedom of expression, with chapters on the Scopes trial, the Sacco & Vanzetti case, the American Mercury censorship trial, the Passaic silk-mill strike, and others. Hays (1881-1954) was a co-founder of the American Civil Liberties Union. Not at all common in dustwrapper.
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Police on Campus: the Mass Police Action at Columbia University, Spring, 1968

Police on Campus: the Mass Police Action at Columbia University, Spring, 1968

by [COLUMBIA STUDENT STRIKE] BAKER, Michael A. (and others)

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New York: New York Civil Liberties Union, 1969. First Edition. Quarto (28cm). Pictorial card wrappers; 159pp. Rubbed at edges, with minor staining along spine, lower edge of rear cover, and fore-edge, none affecting the interior: around Very Good. Highly critical evaluation of police action during the Columbia student protests of 1968. There was no regular cloth issue. [62885].
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Pornography and Obscenity

Pornography and Obscenity

by LAWRENCE, D.H. [David Herbert]

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1930. First American Edition. First Printing. Octavo (19cm); vertically striped decorated paper-covered boards in colors; paper label mounted on the front cover titled in black; 40pp. General rubbing; spine ends frayed with loss; light chipping to spine and several scuffs to the rear board; Very Good, lacking the dustjacket. This essay first appeared in print in This Quarter, July-September 1929. ROBERTS A49b.
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Poster: Vecht voor je recht / Maak zelf uit wat je zegt! Geen sensuur op schoolkrant / Vrijheid...

Poster: Vecht voor je recht / Maak zelf uit wat je zegt! Geen sensuur op schoolkrant / Vrijheid ophangen affiesjes / Vrije distributie pamfletten en kranten [Fight for your rights / Determine what you say yourself! No censorship in school newspapers / Freedom to put up posters / Free distribution of flyers and newspapers]

by VRIJBRIEF, TEGENKRANT VAN AMSTERDAMSE JONGEREN

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Amsterdam: VRIJBRIEF: Tegenkrant van Amsterdamse Jongeren, ca. 1980. Original photo-illustrated poster (43x61cm.) printed offset in purple and black on recto and verso; previous folds (as issued?), minor wrinkling and shallow creases to extremities, else Very Good. Poster issued by the anti-censorship students' rights organization, the photograph on the recto showing two male students peeling the tape from their mouths.
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Schroeder - the Public Excuser. A Biographical Outline to which are added some published opinions...

Schroeder - the Public Excuser. A Biographical Outline to which are added some published opinions concerning his personal traits

by [THEODORE SCHROEDER] MADDALONI, Arnold

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Stamford, CT, 1936. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed self-wrappers; 12pp; portrait. Very Good. Prospectus, disguised as a biography, for Schroeder's speaking tours, with a brief biographical essay followed by several pages of press opinions. Schroeder (1864-1953) was a prominent lecturer on free speech, freethought, and pacifism, a co-founder with Lincoln Steffens of The Free Speech League, known for his vocal opposition to American entry to WW1 and for his defense of Emma Goldman and Margaret Sanger. Full-page photographic portrait of Schroeder (halftone) mounted inside rear cover.
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