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Attentat Number Two
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Attentat Number Two

By SOLIDARITY BOOKSHOP

[Chicago: Solidarity Bookshop, n.d., ca. 1965]. First Edition. Paperback. The second (of two?) "occasional" publications issued by the anarchist Solidarity Bookshop in Chicago. Text comprised of two articles, the first a letter of appeal by Scottish anarchist Stuart Christie on behalf of the Anarchist Black Cross, an organization which he resurrected following his release from prison in the mid-1960s. Interior article by Spanish Civil War veteran Russell Blackwell titled "The Spanish Revolution Revisited." Address cancel to rear cover provides an address c/o I.W.W., 2440 N. Lincoln Ave. in Chicago. Folio bifolium (35.5cm.); upper cover text printed within thick black rule. Previous horizontal fold, rubberstamp address cancel on rear panel, else Near Fine.

$50.00

The East Village Other - Vol.3, No.1 (November 15-30, 1967)
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The East Village Other - Vol.3, No.1 (November 15-30, 1967)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. Contents include articles by Richard Gosselin, Reza Araseth, Allan Katzman, Phil Ochs, Robert Hurwitt, Hugh Romney, Bob Rudnick, and others, with a Canned Heat interview, film theatre centerfold, and a Timothy Leary cover. Tabloid (43.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 32pp; illus. Some wear and toning to extremities, several short tears and light dust-soil, else Very Good+, unfolded and without postal markings.

$50.00

The East Village Other - Vol.3, No.31 (July 12, 1968)
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The East Village Other - Vol.3, No.31 (July 12, 1968)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1968. First Edition. Paperback. Contents include articles by Allan Katzman, Lennox Raphael, Renfru Neff, Rob Rudnick, Dennis Frawley, Lita Eliscu, and others. Ira Cohen centerfold on Sidi Heddi, "the kif saint of Morocco," with Trashman comix by Spain Rodriguez. Tabloid (43.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 20pp; illus. Light wear, toning, and dust-soil, a few short tears, a longer tear to pp.3-4, else Very Good+, unfolded, and without postal markings.

$40.00

The Negro Family: The Case for National Action
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The Negro Family: The Case for National Action

By UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR - OFFICE OF POLICY PLANNING AND RESEARCH

[Washington, DC]: Office of Policy Planning and Research / United States Department of Labor, 1965. First Edition. Paperback. Quarto (26cm.); publisher's black staplebound card wrappers lettered in white; [6],78pp.; graphs throughout. Extremities a bit rubbed, else Very Good and sound.

$25.00

The East Village Other - Vol.3, No.25 (May 24, 1968)
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The East Village Other - Vol.3, No.25 (May 24, 1968)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1968. First Edition. Paperback. Contents include articles by Isham, Jonathon Oldstyle, Ernie Barry, Allan Katzman, Don Katzman, Lita Eliscu, Lennox Raphael, and Michael Abehsera, and others, with Trashman comix by Spain Rodriguez. Tabloid (43.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Light wear and toning to extremities, a few tiny tears, else Near Fine and unfolded, without postal markings.

$50.00

Muhammad Speaks - Vol.8, No.1 (September 20, 1968)
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Muhammad Speaks - Vol.8, No.1 (September 20, 1968)

By [AFRICAN AMERICANS] [NATION OF ISLAM]

Chicago: Muhammad's Mosque/Temple No.2, 1968. First Edition. Paperback. Though statements from within the Nation of Islam are often conflicting, it is generally accepted that Malcolm X founded the weekly Muhammad Speaks in 1961. A long-running and entirely independent periodical (even of advertisers) which would become the official publishing organ of the NOI. The publication focused primarily on general news of Muslim interest, articles relevant to the Black community, with national and international news covering Africa and much of the Muslim world. Elijah Muhammad, who contributed frequent columns to the newspaper, envisioned it as a valuable "re-education tool" for the Black community, one that would propagate the views of the NOI across a broad spectrum of Black readership. Tabloid (39cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 36pp; illus. Light wear and toning to extremities, small ink mark to inner front wrapper, a few faint creases and several tears, else Very Good+.

$50.00

Death Has Many Faces - We Demand Life!

By Peoples Coalition for Peace & Justice

Washington, D.C.: Peoples Coalition for Peace & Justice, [1971]. Paperback. Poster promoting the 1971 "Mule Train To Wall Street," an event intended to coincide with the great Mayday Tribe march on Washington, described by some observers as the most poorly planned direct action of the Vietnam era. The action ended with the arrest of some 7,000 marchers before the event even got underway. The central graphic is of a leering death's-head, with inset images of Black and Asian adults and children in distress with title above "Death Has Many Faces We Demand Life!" Artist not identified, but a compelling and uncommon poster. Original lithographed poster, 22" x 17' (ca 56cm x 43cm). Printed in three colors on white paperstock. A few stains on verso bleeding faintly through on lighter portions of image, else a bright, Very Good copy, minimally worn -- Very Good / B.

$250.00

The Movement - Vol.3, No.9 (September, 1967)
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The Movement - Vol.3, No.9 (September, 1967)

By [AFRICAN AMERICANA] [CIVIL RIGHTS]

San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1967. First Edition. Paperback. Well-preserved issue of this SNCC and SDS-affiliated newspaper. Contents include articles on Stokely Carmichael's visit to Cuba (by Julius Lester), Gary Rader's letter from jail, Fidel Castro on Stokely & Black Revolution, and a centerfold dedicated to the Dixie Hills community in Atlanta. Lengthy "Stop the Draft Week" article on rear cover. Tabloid (44.5cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 12pp; illus. Light wear to extremities, modest toning to wrappers, with a few tiny nicks and tears; Very Good+.

$75.00

The Movement - Vol.4, No.9 (October, 1968)
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The Movement - Vol.4, No.9 (October, 1968)

By [AFRICAN AMERICANA] [CIVIL RIGHTS]

San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1968. First Edition. Paperback. Well-preserved issue of this SNCC and SDS-affiliated newspaper. Contents include articles on the verdict in the Huey Newton trial, welfare mothers and students, Tom Hayden in Chicago, the New Left and the Army, and a large Panther centerfold. Tabloid (44.5cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 16pp; illus. Light wear and toning to extremities, original recipient's name printed at lower front wrapper, with some old, yellowish staining at lower right margins; Very Good.

$75.00

[Poster] Berkeley Free Clinic / Tenth Anniversary May 69 May 79 / People's Park: May 12-20, 1979, a week of commemorative events

By [NEW LEFT / COUNTERCULTURE] [PEOPLE'S PARK] DESPRAIRIES, S.

Berkeley: Berkeley Community Health Project, 1979. First Edition. Quite rare promotional poster for the still-extant Berkeley Free Clinic, the center of the sheet adorned with a large and rather unsettling image of a creature one can only describe as part clown, part lion, and part leopard, caged in a line of leafy trees. Signed in image by an S. Desprairies. The organization was first founded in 1969 as a free street clinic in conjunction with the major clashes which took place at the local People's Park in May of that year, during which student James Rector was shot and killed by police (events not mentioned on the Clinic's website as of 2019). Scarce: we find no copies on the market or auction records (September, 2019), nor in OCLC, though a copy is catalogued in the OMCA Collections. Original poster (58.5x44cm) printed offset lithograph from a blockprint in black on white stock; faint wrinkling from having been clumsily rolled, very faint toning to far extremities, else Very Good or better.

$400.00

The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.42 (September 17, 1969)
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The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.42 (September 17, 1969)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Contents include contributions by Allan Katzman, James Lichtenberg, D.A. Latimer, Lita Eliscu, David Walley, Claudia Dreifus, and others, with an Alex Simack centerfold, and Fabulous, Furry Freak Brothers comix. Tabloid (43cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Mild toning to wrappers, tiny nick and small tear at upper spine-fold, else Near Fine, unfolded and without postal markings.

$50.00

The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.52 (December 3, 1969)
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The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.52 (December 3, 1969)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Contents include contributions by Claudia Dreifus, James Lichtenberg, D.A. Latimer, Ted Titolo, David Walley, and others. Tabloid (43cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Subtle toning and a few tiny tears, else Near Fine and unfolded, without postal markings.

$50.00

The Nomination Day. Republican National Convention. Miami Beach, August 22nd, 1972

By [NEW LEFT / COUNTERCULTURE] MIAMI CONVENTIONS COALITION

Miami: Miami Conventions Coalition, 1972. Terrific monochrome pop-art inspired poster featuring a repeated image of Richard Nixon's demonic-looking face. Issued ahead of the 1972 Republican National Convention demonstrations by the Miami Conventions Coalition, a loosely affiliated association of left groups that included Yippies, main-line Marxists, and pacifists. This poster rare; IISH only in OCLC as of September, 2019; not at Center for Social & Political Graphics (CSPG) - however an on-line search does turn up a single copy at Tamiment Library, NYU. Pictured in Ralph Young, Make Art Not War: Political Protest Posters from the Twentieth Century (NY: 2016). Original lithographed poster, 21-1/2" x 16". Printed in black on thick, uncoated stock. Faint fold lines, else Very Good to Near Fine.

$650.00

Preface To A Twenty Volume Suicide Note...
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Preface To A Twenty Volume Suicide Note...

By JONES, Le Roi [pseud. Amiri Baraka]

New York: Totem Press / Corinth Books, 1961. First Edition. Paperback. The author's first book, which by 1970 had sold nearly 20,000 copies through five printings. DACE A2. First Printing, with $1.25 price on front wrapper and author's names in all caps on title list on final page. Octavo (20.5cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 47,[1]pp. Wrappers worn, soiled, and creased, previous owners name to verso of front wrapper, with some faint, scattered staining to text edges; Good, sound copy.

$25.00

The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.28 (June 11, 1969)
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The East Village Other - Vol.4, No.28 (June 11, 1969)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Contents include contributions by Jaakov Kohn, Walter Breen, Eugene Schoenfeld, Charles Levine, Elfrida Rivers, Angus MacLise, Ira Cohen, and others. Nice WHO interview and photographic centerfold by Lita Eliscu and Raeanne Rubinstein. Tabloid (43cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Mild toning and dustiness to wrappers, else Fine and unfolded, without postal markings.

$50.00

Inside the Atom
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Inside the Atom

By GENERAL ELECTRIC

[Schenectady, NY: Educational Relations, Dept. MWH, General Electric Co, 1965]. Paperback. Octavo (26cm.); pictorial staplebound self-wrappers; 16pp.; chiefly color illus. Stock uniformly toned due to inferior quality, rubberstamp cancel of the "Consumers Power Company, Big Rock Point Nuclear Plant," else Near Fine. Forms part of G.E.'s "Adventures in Science Series," a comic book promoting the use of nuclear energy.

$20.00

Listen, Marxist!
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Listen, Marxist!

By [BOOKCHIN, Murray]

[New York: Anarchos, 1969]. First Edition. Paperback. Square octavo (20.75cm.); illustrated staplebound self-wrappers; 30pp. Wrappers soiled and a bit worn from handling; Good or better. Essay addressed to members of the Students for a Democratic Society and anthologized in Bookchin's collection Post-Scarcity Anarchism (1971).

$25.00

Berkeley Tribe - Vol.1, No.13 (October 3-9, 1969)
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.1, No.13 (October 3-9, 1969)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS] GRIMSHAW, Gary (cover art)

Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Attractive copy of this underground newspaper, formed after disgruntled staff split from Max Scherr's nationally-known Berkeley Barb. Contents by Jerry Rubin, Steve Haines, Jon Jacobson, and others, with a pictorial "Tribal Gatherings" centerfold by Mark Allen Futterman. Terrific Gary Grimshaw cover featuring Archie. Tabloid (45cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Light wear and toning to wrappers, with a few short tears to extremities; Near Fine, without postal markings.

$50.00

Berkeley Tribe - Vol.1, No.6 (August 15-21, 1969)
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.1, No.6 (August 15-21, 1969)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Attractive copy of this underground newspaper, formed after disgruntled staff split from Max Scherr's nationally-known Berkeley Barb. Contents include articles on beating the draft, the framing of Panther Charles Bursey, Los Siete, police brutality, and centerfold article by Art Gottlieb. Tabloid (44.5cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 24pp; illus. Light toning to wrapper extremities, with a faint horizontal fold smoothed out a center; Near Fine.

$45.00

Berkeley Tribe - Vol.1, No.15 (October 17-23, 1969)
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Berkeley Tribe - Vol.1, No.15 (October 17-23, 1969)

By [UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS]

Berkeley: Red Mountain Tribe, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Attractive copy of this underground newspaper, formed after disgruntled staff split from Max Scherr's nationally-known Berkeley Barb. Contents include articles on protests, the moratorium, women's liberation, movement news, and an eco theatre centerfold. Front wrapper features comix by Willy Murphy. Tabloid (44.5cm); photo-illustrated newsprint wrappers; 28pp; illus. Light wear and toning to wrapper extremities, else Near Fine, without postal markings. Light toning to wrapper extremities, with a faint stain to lower margin, and faint horizontal fold smoothed-out at center; Very Good+ or better, without postal markings.

$45.00

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