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The Shadow Of the Winter Palace

The Shadow Of the Winter Palace

by Edward Crankshaw

 
The Shadow of the Winter Palace: Russia's Drift to Revolution, 1825-1917

Crankshaw examines 19th-century Russia, between the failed Decembrist conspiracy in 1825 up until it's WWI collapse - a tempestuous time in the political world, but one that was also a Golden Age of intellectual and artistic achievement.
Reveille For Radicals

Reveille For Radicals

by Saul Alinsky

Saul Alinsky was born in Chicago in 1909 and educated first in the streets of that city and then in its university. Graduate work at the University of Chicago in criminology introduced him to the Al Capone gang, and later to Joliet State Prison, where he studied prison life. He founded what is known today as the Alinsky ideology and Alinsky concepts of mass organization for power. His work in organizing the poor to fight for their rights as citizens has been internationally recognized. In the late 1930s... Read more
The Devil In the Book

The Devil In the Book

by Dalton Trumbo

The Decline Of Radicalism

The Decline Of Radicalism

by Daniel J Boorstin

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The Victorian Age

by Editor Langbaum Robert

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Late Capitalism

Late Capitalism

by Mandel, Ernest

Ernest Mandel (1923–95), historian, economist and activist, was a leading figure in the Fourth International from 1945 and was the author of a number of books, including Late Capitalism, Marxist Economic Theory, Long Waves of Capitalist Development, and The Meaning of the Second World War.
The Masses

The Masses

by Winslow, Horatio

Clandestine in Chile: The Adventures of Miguel Littin

Clandestine in Chile: The Adventures of Miguel Littin

by Garcia Marquez, Gabriel

New York: Holt. 1987. First American Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Fine in fine dust jacket. "After twelve years in exile, Chile's leading film director, Miguel Littin, returned, in disguise, to shoot a clandestine film about Pinochet's Chile. His voice and experience are recorded here by Nobel Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Fine but for previous owner's embossed stamp on half-title, in fine dust jacket but for very light sunning to spine.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall;... Read more
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$15.00
Our Plan for Plenty

Our Plan for Plenty

by Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley

New York: International Workers Order. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Wraps, near fine but for short split at foot of spine. Colorful cover.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 31 pp .
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$35.00
USSR IN CONSTRUCTION A MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE  [Whole Number 11]

USSR IN CONSTRUCTION A MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE [Whole Number 11]

by Alexandrov, A

[Moscow: State Publishing House of Graphic Arts, 1932. Folio (41.5 x 30cm). Typographic wrappers. Heavily illustrated with photographs. Corners a bit bumped, upper wrapper chipped at top corners. otherwise very good. Founded by Maxim Gorky and published in the Soviet Union from 1930 to 1941 (and 1949), under the general editorship of G. Piatakov. An issue of this innovative periodical devoted to "the industrialization of the north," specifically "Yakutia and the Port of Igarka." This is the English... Read more
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$500.00
New Theatre Volume III, Number 4  (April, 1936)

New Theatre Volume III, Number 4 (April, 1936)

by Kline, Herbert, ed

New York: New Theatre. 1936. First Printing. Periodical. Wraps, spine is rolled, rear wrap has small chips and creases at one corner, very good- Features the first appearance of Irwin Shaw's play, Bury the Dead, regular sections on drama, film and dance. Leftist drama magazine of the Depression era.; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 46 pages .
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$25.00
MODERN REVIEW

MODERN REVIEW

by Modern Review

New York: American Labor Conference on International Affairs, 1950. I:1-10; II:1-8 (three double numbers); and III:1 & 2 (all published). Seventeen issues. Large octavo. Typographically decorated wrappers. Wrappers occasionally darkened at spine, one or two small chips; very good. Edited by Raphael Abromovitch, et al. A monthly, then somewhat irregular voice of the Social-Democrats, largely political in content, but with occasional literary criticism. Extra shipping charges. GOLDWATER 157.
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$150.00
[In Russian:] MI PRIZIVAYEM K MIRUI SOTRUNICHYESTVU ["We Call for Peace and Cooperation"]

[In Russian:] MI PRIZIVAYEM K MIRUI SOTRUNICHYESTVU ["We Call for Peace and Cooperation"]

by [Russian Peace Poster]

Moscow: Izdat. "Prakat,", 1978. Folio broadside (38.25 x 25.75"; 97 x 65 cm). Printed in red, blue and black on recto only of white stock. Some modest fraying and closed tears at lower left margin neatly back with archival paper on verso, otherwise very good. A vivid and powerful anti-nuke poster from the final decades of the USSR, featuring a large male figure (with hammer and sickle on his chest), reaching out with his right hand into the foreground, while holding back a receding line of nuclear bombs... Read more
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$175.00
SDS Bulletin. Volume 2, No. 9 (June, 1964)

SDS Bulletin. Volume 2, No. 9 (June, 1964)

by Students For A Democratic Society (SDS)

New York: Students for A Democratic Society (SDS). 1964. Periodical. Wraps, mimeo, side-stapled very good copy. Rennie Davis, Jeremy Brecher, others.; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 26 pp .
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$25.00
DER "RADIKALISMUS": DIE KINDERKRANKHEIT DES KOMMUNISMUS

DER "RADIKALISMUS": DIE KINDERKRANKHEIT DES KOMMUNISMUS

by Lenin, Valdimir I. [ pseud. of V.I. Ulianov]

Leipzig: Franckes Verlag, 1920. 95pp. Printed wrappers. Two tiny deaccession stamps, some underscoring, faint browning to upper portion of title leaf, else near fine. First edition in German of DETSKAIA BOLEZN' "LEVIZNY" V KOMMUNIZME ["LEFT WING" COMMUNISM. AN INFANTILE DISORDER]. This essay was published in English and French translations in the same year, and was widely published in the following decade. This edition was issued under the auspices of the Western European Secretariat of the Communist... Read more
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$175.00
No Chanting in the Court. Allen Ginsberg at the Conspiracy Trial. A Play

No Chanting in the Court. Allen Ginsberg at the Conspiracy Trial. A Play

by Gumbo Albert, Judy, ed

Chicago: The Conspiracy. (1968?). First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Side-Stapled red wraps, several stains on front wrap, otherwise a nice copy. Trial transcript edited by Judy Gumbo, to use a name given to her by Eldridge Cleaver. She was an original Yippie colleague of Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffan, et al. Very active in leftist and counter culture activities in the 1960s and 1970s, and spied on by the FBI. An ideal author for this play. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 48 pp .
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$125.00
The Lincoln Battalion: The Story of the Americans Who Fought in Spain in  the International Brigades

The Lincoln Battalion: The Story of the Americans Who Fought in Spain in the International Brigades

by Rolfe, Edwin

New York: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigades. 1939. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Near fine copy with slightly sunned spine, issued without dust jacket. Rolfe was a veteran and wrote a number of books. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 321 pp .
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$20.00
Collectives in the Spanish Revolution

Collectives in the Spanish Revolution

by Leval, Gaston

London: Freedom Press. 1975. 1st Edition in English; First Printing. Hardcover. Fine copy in fair jacket missing the lower 2" of the rear panel and with a thumb-size chip at top edge of rear panel. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 368 pp .
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$15.00
The Spirit Of Labor

The Spirit Of Labor

by Hapgood, Hutchins

New York: Duffield. 1907. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very good+ copy with sunned spine. Red cloth with debossed white and green lettering, an earlier binding than red cloth printed in black ink. Rideout notes (but does not cite) this book which explores anarchism as an aesthetic ideal of individual self-fulfillment and not a philosophy of violence.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall (5 x 9" or 13.5 x 22.5cm); 410 pp .
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$85.00
RIGHTS OF MAN.  Third edition

RIGHTS OF MAN. Third edition

by PAINE. THOMAS

J. S. Jordan. London. 1791 . THIRD EDITION. Small 4o.( 8 x 5.2 inches). x, 7-171pp. Printed part of the half title present but cropped to half an inch above and three quarters of an inch below the printed text. Title page with a small area, presumably a previous owners name excised, from the top of the leaf, otherwise all pages complete. Stab marks to the inner margins from a previous sewn binding but the current binding is certainly quite early, probably the middle of the nineteenth century. Burgundy... Read more
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£475.00
The Awakening Of America's Conscience

The Awakening Of America's Conscience

Boston: Sacco and Vanzetti Defense Committee. N.D.. Softcover. Wraps, n.d., very good with mild staining in one corner. Printed on browning newsprint, but not excessively fragile. A collection of press opinions showing that editorial sentiment in the US is against the Sacco and Vanzetti trial and verdict, seeing it as a symptom of acute "red hysteria." ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 4 pages .
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$20.00
Resurgence No. 10

Resurgence No. 10

by Leake, Jonathan; Caughey, Walter, eds

New York: Resurgence Youth Movement. Periodical. Magenta wraps, near fine with light sunning to edges, small corner crease at one corner of front wrap. A very nice copy! Teen revolt, Red Guard, Prayer to Lucifer, etc. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall .
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$150.00
TO LIVE AND DIE IN DIXIE & OTHER

TO LIVE AND DIE IN DIXIE & OTHER

by Beecher, John

Birmingham: Red Mountain Editions, 1966. Cloth, paper label. Frontis and illus by Barbara Beecher. Very good in somewhat soiled dust jacket. First edition. An excellent association copy, inscribed by the author "For John Howard Griffin in friendship and warm admiration John Beecher Fort Worth March 18, 1967." The front panel of the dust jacket prints a long quote by Griffin in praise of "In Egypt land," the opening poem in the collection. The rear panel prints praise by W.C. Williams, and others.
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$100.00
Inquisition In Eden

Inquisition In Eden

by Bessie, Alvah

New York: Macmillan. 1965. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Near fine in near fine, price clipped dust jacket, an uncommon work on HUAV, blacklisting, etc., by one who was there. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall (5 x 9" or 13.5 x 22.5cm); 278 pp .
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$50.00
SCIENCE & SOCIETY  A MARXIAN QUARTERLY

SCIENCE & SOCIETY A MARXIAN QUARTERLY

by Science & Society

Cambridge, MA. [later:] New York, 1949. I:1,3,4; II:1-4; III:4; IV:1-4; V:1,2; X:2 and XIII:3. Sixteen issues. Printed wrappers, and volumes II and IV bound in gilt cloth, wrappers bound in. Loose issues show occasional light use, but very good or better. Edited by Albert Blumberg, et al. Published explicitly as a journal to chart "the growth of Marxian scholarship," and in practice extends that to cover literature, the sciences, mathematics, linguistics, philosophy, etc. J.B.S. Haldane, Granville... Read more
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$225.00
The Torture Machine: Racism and Police Violence in Chicago

The Torture Machine: Racism and Police Violence in Chicago

by Taylor, Flint

Chicago, Illinois: Haymarket Books, 2019. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. History of the civil rights attorney author’s fight against corruption in the Chicago Police Department in the aftermath of their murder of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. 50% off retail price! As new, but has had a heavy bump to upper outside corners. Packed and shipped with care.
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$13.95
DISSENT  A QUARTERLY OF SOCIALIST OPINION

DISSENT A QUARTERLY OF SOCIALIST OPINION

by Howe, Irving; Norman Mailer, et al [editors]

New York, 1961. II:1; IV:4; V:1-4; VI:4; and VIII:1. Eight issues. Printed wrappers. Spines uniformly sunned, a couple small nicks to toes of spines, very good or better. Edited by Howe, Mailer, et al. Representative issues from the first decade of this highly significant periodical, born under the shadow of McCarthyism and still publishing in its sixth decade. Among the many contributors to these issues are Silone, Roditi, Richard Wright, Norman Thomas, Harrington, Goodman, Mailer (with others,... Read more
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$125.00
The Straw Hat

The Straw Hat

by Vogel, Joseph

New York: Modern Age Books. (1940). First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Signed and inscribed by the author. Very good copy with free front endpaper excised, sunning to spine, mild soiling, and light corner wear, in very good+ dust jacket with 1" tear at foot of front spine fold and tiny chips/tears at head of spine. Extra postage may be required for heavy or oversize books.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 288 pp .
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$125.00
TO BE PUBLISHED IN NOVEMBER  DEBS AND THE POETS ...

TO BE PUBLISHED IN NOVEMBER DEBS AND THE POETS ...

by Sinclair, Upton

Pasadena, CA: Upton Sinclair, 1920. Quarto broadsheet (208 x 151 mm). Printed in black on tan tissue stock. Old fold across middle, soft corner creases, else about fine. A prospectus for the 1920 anthology edited by Ruth Le Prade, with an introduction by Sinclair. This broadside prints the entire text of Sinclair's Introduction, and thus constitutes its first appearance, separate or otherwise. AHOUSE C2 (ref).
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$125.00
Huge Community Meeting . . . Vietnam Day; Friday, May 21st

Huge Community Meeting . . . Vietnam Day; Friday, May 21st

by (Rubin, Jerry et al)

Berkeley: Vietnam Day Committee, 1965. Two neat ink notations - including 1965 date - folded twice, as for mailing; fine. Broadside, single leaf 8-1/2 X 11 inches, printed on one side on yellow paper. Original announcement for the famous 35-hour teach-in in Berkeley organized by the newly formed Vietnam Day Committee, led by Jerry Rubin. The speakers and presenters included Dr. Benjamin Spock, Norman Thomas, I.F. Stone, Bob Moses (SNCC), Kenneth Rexroth, Paul Krassner, Dave Dellinger and many others.... Read more
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$450.00
WHAT HAPPENS:-

WHAT HAPPENS:-

by Herrmann, John

[Paris: Contact Editions, 1926. Contemporary French half calf, raised bands, spine gilt extra, and marbled boards. Binding a bit rubbed at extremities, bound without wrappers, but a very good copy. First edition of the author's first book, a product of his years as a Paris expatriate, in company with Josephine Herbst, his future wife, prior to his deeper involvement with radical politics at home. Like a number of Contact imprints, this title ran afoul of US customs when copies were imported. In this... Read more
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$650.00
Is The American Form Of Capitalism Essential To The American Form Of  Democracy?

Is The American Form Of Capitalism Essential To The American Form Of Democracy?

by Sinclair, Upton, And George Sokolsky

Girard: Haldeman-Julius. 1940. First Edition. Softcover. Olive wraps, a near fine copy with a minor sticker stain on the upper right front corner. Ahiuse B27 specifies Girard, Kansas and and Haldeman Juliuse as the publisher, but this copy has "Published by the author, New York and Pasana, Calif." printed on the lower right corner of the front wrap Copyright page has "Copyright, 1940, by Upton Sinclair." Interesting variant. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall (5 x 9" or 13.5 x... Read more
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$15.00