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The Realist, the Magazine Of Ka-Ka

The Realist, the Magazine Of Ka-Ka

by Krassner, Paul, Editor

Karl Marx Riesen-Comic. Grundbegriffe leicht gemacht

Karl Marx Riesen-Comic. Grundbegriffe leicht gemacht

by Rius

Berlin (West): Diwan-Verl, 1974. 143p., pages evenly toned, otherwise very good. German translation of "Marx para principiantes" (Marx for Beginners), a comic-book style introduction.
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$25.00
The realist [no.64] the magazine of ka-ka. February, 1966

The realist [no.64] the magazine of ka-ka. February, 1966

by Krassner, Paul, editor

New York: The Realist, 1966. 32p., newsprint self-wraps 11 x 8.5 inches, somewhat browned with slight foxing on front page but otherwise very good. The centerfold this issue is an assemblage of drugs-in-the-military jokes called "Junkie battalion." Another cartoon shows Barry Goldwater imolating himself in support of LBJ's Vietnam policy.// Letter section acknowledges as a hoax Lenny Bruce obituary from previous issue (note that the sender of this letter, Jules Feiffer, is lodging a complaint about the... Read more
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$12.00
The Bummer number two: Fall 1969

The Bummer number two: Fall 1969

by Kitchen Denis, Brian C. Felder, Pat Stoller, Cynthia Dahlke et al

no place: no publisher, 1969. Paperback. 12p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good poetry chapbook/journal in stapled yellow pictorial wraps. Early Denis Kitchen cover illustration, made about the time he landed in Milwaukee (and started illustrating for Mom's Homemade Comics). This one is a wraparound cartoon: back cover shows street-walker with thumb pointing toward front cover, on which a big automobile adorned with bumper-stickers like America: Love it or Leave It, and a Wallace/Le May sticker, driven by a... Read more
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$25.00
Not in this war, Charlie!

Not in this war, Charlie!

by Trinidad, Corky

San Francisco: Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1970. Paperback. Unpaginated, wraps slightly worn with minor creasing else very good condition, 5.125x6.75 inches. Cartoons set in Vietnam, somewhat pro-American and run in the Pacific Stars and Stripes, written by a Filipino-American.
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$35.00
[Calendar for 1959 featuring political cartoons by Gray]

[Calendar for 1959 featuring political cartoons by Gray]

by Gray, Laura [Party name of Laura Slobe]

n.p.: [Socialist Workers Party-?], 1958. Four-page calendar, three months to a page, perforated at top so that pages could be removed as time passed, but all pages intact. No title or text other than the standard calendar blocks and the caption "Cartoon by Laura Gray" on each page. Horizontal fold crease, not affecting the cartoons. Gray, a longtime cartoonist for the Militant, died in 1958 at the young age of 49. This simple calendar may have been produced as a tribute to her.
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$45.00
Aus Liebe zu Deutschland - Satiren zu Franz Josef Strauß Mit Graphiken, Fotos, Fotomontagen

Aus Liebe zu Deutschland - Satiren zu Franz Josef Strauß Mit Graphiken, Fotos, Fotomontagen

by Strauß, Franz Josef; et al

München: Verlag Autoren Edition, 1980. 224p., illustrated in b&w with photo-collages and paintings fuzzily reproduced, some of these naughty. Hardbound in yellow pictorial boards, 8.5x6 inches. A little rolled and handled but a good copy, clean and unmarked.
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$12.00
How big is big business

How big is big business

Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1947. 47p., staplebound booklet, very good. Some cartoons, illustrated ad in back for a double-sided poster. Several cartoons noted as created by "Chan," possibly a Chinese-American artist. Pamphlet number 158.
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$18.00
Blum et Cie Projets de Publicité [Limited Edition, Signed]

Blum et Cie Projets de Publicité [Limited Edition, Signed]

by ROY, Roger

Paris: Le Rire, 1936. First Edition. Limited to 500 copies of which this is no. 402. Folio (32cm.); publisher's decorative wrappers disbound as issued; [20]pp.; chiefly illustrations, including double-paged color plate. Wrappers a bit worn along extremities, spine edge rubbed, small loss at top fore-edge corner of rear cover, else Near Very Good, internally fine. Signed by the author on limitation page. Collection of cartoons by Le Rire cartoonist Roger Roy, much of the content antisemitic and... Read more
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$125.00
The realist [no.64] the magazine of ka-ka. February, 1966

The realist [no.64] the magazine of ka-ka. February, 1966

by Krassner, Paul, editor

New York: The Realist, 1966. 32p., newsprint self-wraps 11 x 8.5 inches, somewhat browned with subscriber's address stamp on upper left corner of last page but otherwise very good. The centerfold this issue is an assemblage of drugs-in-the-military jokes called "Junkie battalion." Another cartoon shows Barry Goldwater immolating himself in support of LBJ's Vietnam policy.// Letter section acknowledges as a hoax Lenny Bruce obituary from previous issue (note that the sender of this letter, Jules Feiffer,... Read more
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$15.00
Charlas de café sobra la guerra civil española, Julio 1936 - 1937

Charlas de café sobra la guerra civil española, Julio 1936 - 1937

by Gómez, Roberto

Buenos Aires: Editorial Acento, 1937. 204p., illus. with simple vignette cartoons by the author, recased in binder's cloth over marbled boards spine-titled, original wraps unfortunately lacking (which bore, from other copies we have seen, a fine caricature of Mussolini). Good copy thus. Prologue by Spanish consul Blasco Garzon.
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$70.00
Monocle: a leisurely quarterly of political satire; Volume 3, Number 1, Summer 1959

Monocle: a leisurely quarterly of political satire; Volume 3, Number 1, Summer 1959

by Navasky, Victor S. [and] Laurence D. Pearl, editors

New York: the quarterly, 1959. 32p. + [12]p. of ads, stapled french-fold wraps, 5.25 x 9.25 inches, illus., fold-out game board, wraps evenly toned, staples rusted, rear wrap lightly silverfished else very good condition.
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$15.00
The real Ronald Reagan. For everyone who cares about good government

The real Ronald Reagan. For everyone who cares about good government

by Parr, Nancy and Ruth McGrew

San Francisco: Reagan Book, 1968. 63, [ixp] 5.25x8.25 inches, illustrated with political cartoons, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps with snarling Ronnie on cover. Anti-Reagan.
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$15.00
Working sucks

Working sucks

by Righteous, Tim

n.p.: Think for Yourself Press, 1997. 28p., wraps; illustrated with cartoons of naked people holding humorous signs; 5.5x8.5 inches. Anti-work manifesto.
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$15.00
Justice is waiting [cover title]

Justice is waiting [cover title]

by Mooney Defense of Southern California

Los Angeles: Mooney Defense of Southern California, 1930. 31p., very good in wraps, nice full-page cover graphic taken from the San Francisco News depicts Lady Justice wearing a blindfold in the waiting room outside the Governor's office, holding a packet marked "Proof of MacDonald's Perjury." Back cover has the rubberstamped contact info for the San Francisco branch of the Defense Committee.
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$18.00
Register Peace and Freedom [handbill]

Register Peace and Freedom [handbill]

by Peace and Freedom Party

Santa Cruz, CA: the Party, 1978. 8.5x14 inch handbill, cartoons by Malice Dubious; contact info at bottom neatly covered by Wite-out; some toning. Outreach by the California-only socialist / environmentalist / feminist party. Attributed to Santa Cruz by the IWW union bug.
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$20.00
50 Jahre Sowejetunion im Spiegel ihrer Karikatur

50 Jahre Sowejetunion im Spiegel ihrer Karikatur

by Helmrich, Elisabeth, Ursula Neumann

Munchen: U. Pfriemer, 1967. 190 p., chiefly illus, 8 x 7.5 inches, Soviet political cartoons and caricatures 1917-1967, in German.
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$30.00
Unity key to steelworkers' victory

Unity key to steelworkers' victory

Gary, IN: Committee for Steelworkers Unity, 1977. Four-panel brochure in tabloid newspaper format, evenly toned, cartoon illustrations by Peggy Lipschutz. Undated, but refers to the upcoming negotiations for the 1977 contract.
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$15.00
The world of Joe Troy, Wobbly artist. May, 1986, United Electrical Workers Hall, 32 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60602

The world of Joe Troy, Wobbly artist. May, 1986, United Electrical Workers Hall, 32 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60602

by [Troy, Joe]

Chicago: IWW, 1986. Pamphlet. 36p., wraps are silkscreened pink on green, creased (both wraps and textblock), 8.5 x 11 inches, title page appears to be hand set by Gato Negro Press (I. U.450, IWW), profusely illustrated with Troy's not-always captioned newspaper work. Good condition. Joe Troy, hobo Wobbly with no fixed address, was born in the 1870s and drew cartoons for the IWW until the 1950s when 'it was assumed that Joe caught his last long freight.'.
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$50.00
The realist [no.64]; the magazine of ka-ka; February, 1966

The realist [no.64]; the magazine of ka-ka; February, 1966

by Krassner, Paul, editor

New York: The Realist, 1966. 32p., newsprint self-wraps 11 x 8.5 inches, somewhat browned with a few fingerprints and one slight chip on spine, but otherwise very good. The centerfold this issue is an assemblage of drugs-in-the-military jokes called "Junkie battalion." Another cartoon shows Barry Goldwater imolating himself in support of LBJ's Vietnam policy.// Letter section acknowledges as a hoax Lenny Bruce obituary from previous issue (note that the sender of this letter, Jules Feiffer, is lodging a... Read more
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$15.00
Idaho Yesterdays; Vol 47, No 2, Spring/Summer 2006

Idaho Yesterdays; Vol 47, No 2, Spring/Summer 2006

by Woodworth-Ney, Laura, editor; Jeffrey A. Johnson, Hugh T. Down, Troy Reeves, feature writers

Pocatello ID: Idaho State University, Dept. of History, 2006. 84p., lavish color, period and exhibit photography on alkaline glazed paperstock, journal or magazine in stapled 9.5x8.5 inch decorated wraps. Clean, sound, unmarked, faintest signs of handling and none of age, a near-fine copy.
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$20.00
An appeal to the people of New York for fair play some things that will open the people's eyes

An appeal to the people of New York for fair play some things that will open the people's eyes

by [Democratic City Committee of the City of New York]

New York: DCCCNY, 1913. 48p., illustrated with political cartoons; 5.75 x 3 inch stapled wraps, spine fold has burst along lowest 1.25 inches, otherwise slight handling soil, crimping. Tammany Hall defends itself.
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$20.00
Don't make trouble

Don't make trouble

by Kupferberg, Tuli

New York: Strolling Dog Press, 1991. 31p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, newsprint toned, otherwise very good with minor handling wear. Humorous radical ravings illustrated with cartoons by the author, a founder of the legendary Fugs.
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$20.00
Too many hours! Labor's struggle to shorten the work day

Too many hours! Labor's struggle to shorten the work day

by Lerner, James; art by Fred Wright

New York: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, 1978. 19p., staplebund pamphlet, 11x8.5 inches, light wear. Cartoon-strip narrative of demands through history.
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$15.00
The world of Joe Troy, Wobbly artist. May, 1986, United Electrical Workers Hall, 32 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60602

The world of Joe Troy, Wobbly artist. May, 1986, United Electrical Workers Hall, 32 South Ashland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60602

by [Troy, Joe]

Chicago: IWW, 1986. Pamphlet. 36p., wraps are silkscreened, pale pink lettering on ordinary but alkaline green stock, 8.5 x 11 inches, title page appears to be hand set by Gato Negro Press (I. U.450, IWW), profusely illustrated with Troy's not-always captioned newspaper work. Slight corner bump, very good condition. Troy, hobo Wobbly with no fixed address, was born in the 1870s and drew cartoons for the IWW until the 1950s when 'it was assumed that Joe caught his last long freight.'.
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$75.00
Justice is waiting [cover title]

Justice is waiting [cover title]

by Mooney Defense of Southern California

Los Angeles: Mooney Defense of Southern California, 1930. Pamphlet. 31p., wraps slightly worn and chipped, a few staple holes in margins, nice fullpage cover graphic taken from the San Francisco News.
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$15.00