Sign In | Register


RECENT ARRIVALS


Next >
Take my hand, poems & songs for lovers & rebels. Introduction by Ossie Davis, drawings by Samuel Kamen
seller photo

Take my hand, poems & songs for lovers & rebels. Introduction by Ossie Davis, drawings by Samuel Kamen

By Segal, Edith [Ossie Davis and Samuel Kamen]

New York: Dialog Publications, 1969. Paperback. 127p., wraps slightly shelf worn price blacked on front wrap, previous owner's name on verso of front wrap, old price sticker on half-title page, inscribed in Segal's hand and signed in full by Segal & Kamen. Over all in good condition. Radical poet.

$17.00

Liberation News Service: #93; July 23, 1968
seller photo

Liberation News Service: #93; July 23, 1968

New York: Liberation News Service / New Media Project, 1968. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound at upper left; horizontally creased, small stain on rear wrap, a few small stains throughout else good condition. LNS was the primary news service providing radical movement news and comment to the underground press. This packet includes articles on draft resistance in Puerto Rico, George Wallace, and more.

$25.00

Plunder
seller photo

Plunder

By Perlman, Fredy

Detroit, MI: Black & Red, 1973. Pamphlet. 84p., staplebound wraps, very good condition, 5.25x8.5 inches Reprint of the 1962 limited edition done at the Living Theatre.

$25.00

Violations of Human Rights Illegal Acts and Incidents at the Sector Border in Berlin Since the Building of the Wall (13 August 1961 - 15 August 1962)
seller photo

Violations of Human Rights Illegal Acts and Incidents at the Sector Border in Berlin Since the Building of the Wall (13 August 1961 - 15 August 1962)

Bonn, Berlin: Federal Ministry for All-German Questions, 1963. 27p. + 8 unpaginated photo pages, 8.25x11.75 inches, staplebound paperback with black cloth librarian tape wrapping spine, folding map of Berlin laid in, some toning to covers and insides, one corner bumped, else very good. Report on the first year's incidents along the newly erected and unpopular Berlin Wall.

$20.00

There will come a time when the American people will rise up and revolt against the law-breaker in this country.\
seller photo

There will come a time when the American people will rise up and revolt against the law-breaker in this country." Lyndon Baines Johnson, Nov. 3, 1967 [poster]

n.p., 1967. 17x22 inch poster with black and white image of a Black man throwing back his head in hysterical laughter at LBJ's quote. Mild edgewear. From an activist who worked in Mississippi with SDS and COFO. Provenance upon request.

$250.00

A Joint and Visible Fellowship. Introduced by Henry J. Cadbury
seller photo

A Joint and Visible Fellowship. Introduced by Henry J. Cadbury

By Snell, Beatrice Saxon

Wallingford, Pennsylvania: Pendle Hill, 1965. 31p., stapled wraps, 5 x 7.5 inches, very good condition. Pendle Hill Pamphlet 140.

$12.00

Young socialist [14 issues]
seller photo

Young socialist [14 issues]

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1966. Fourteen issues of the magazine, a complete run for the period between January 1966 and December 1967. Issues present are Volume 9 Numbers 3-6, Volume 10 Numbers 1-7, and Volume 11 Numbers 1-3, also numbered as Numbers 68-81. Various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, stapled illustrated wraps. All have worn wraps, some light toning, some with rusted staples, Volume 9 Number 4 with price crossed out and changed in pencil on the front wrap, Volume 11 Number 2 with soiled rear wrap, else generally very good condition. Articles on Malcom X, the Vietnam war, the Black Panthers, Cuba and the death of Che Guevara, and more.

$40.00

The Activist: a student journal of politics and opinion; vol. 6, no. 1,  whole number 14, November 1965
seller photo

The Activist: a student journal of politics and opinion; vol. 6, no. 1, whole number 14, November 1965

By Hale, Dennis, editor, Bruce Payne, Steven V. Roberts, Staughton Lynd, David Esmond

Oberlin: The Activist Publishing Co, 1965. Magazine. 40p., 8.5x11 inches, paper toned else very good magazine-format journal is stapled gray printed wraps. This issue covers prosecution of demonstrators, Ho Chi Minh and Marshall Tito, an overview of SNCC, John Lidsay, Jane Addams, The New Left and Foreign Policy and a symposium on foreign affairs. Carey McWilliams' son Wilson Carey McWilliams was on the board and contributed to the symposium.

$20.00

Alternatives; [3 issues]
seller photo

Alternatives; [3 issues]

By Feenberg, Andrew, editor

San Diego: Students of the Independent Left of the University of San Diego, 1966. First three issues of the socio-political magazine. Issues present are Volume 1 Numbers 1-3. 20, 42, and 34p. respectively, 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, stapled pictorial wraps, all lightly worn, Numbers 2 and 3 with foxing to front wraps, Number 3 with previous owner's name on front wrap and pen underlining throughout else generally good condition. Poetry, essays, criticism. Much coverage of the Vietnam war.

$40.00

Alternatives; vol. I no. 1, March - April 1966
seller photo

Alternatives; vol. I no. 1, March - April 1966

By Feenberg, Andrew, editor, Hans Meyerhoff, Elliott Coleman, et al.

San Diego: Students of the Independent Left of the University of San Diego, 1966. 20p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, stapled wraps, front wrap foxed and unevenly toned else good conditition. Premiere issue of the socio-political magazine dedicated to the memory of Meyerhoff. Includes his essay "The Experts and Vietnam." Poetry, essays, criticism.

$12.00

The Flights from the Soviet Zone and the Sealing-Off Measures of the Communist Regime of 13th August 1961 in Berlin
seller photo

The Flights from the Soviet Zone and the Sealing-Off Measures of the Communist Regime of 13th August 1961 in Berlin

Bonn, Berlin, Germany: The Federal Ministry for All-German Questions, 1961. 75p., 8.25x11.75 inches, staplebound paperback with red cloth librarian tape wrapping spine, folding map of Berlin laid in, 16 pages of photos, light toning to covers and interior, else very good. Report on the initial erection of barriers and barbed wire between East and West Berlin and the efforts of refugees to escape while they still could.

$25.00

AIMS Newsletter [125 issues]
seller photo

AIMS Newsletter [125 issues]

By Aptheker, Herbert, ed

New York: American Institute of Marxist Studies, 1985. One hundred and twenty five issues of the newsletter, spanning the period from June 1964 to December 1985. Issues present are Volume 1 Numbers 1-3, Volume 2 Numbers 1-6, Volume 3 Numbers 1-6, Volume 4 Numbers 1-6, Volume 5 Numbers 1-3, 5, and 6, Volume 6 Numbers 1-4 and 6, Volume 7 Numbers 1-6, Volume 8 Numbers 1-6, Volume 9 Numbers 1-3, 5 and 6, Volume 10 Numbers 1-6, Volume 11 Numbers 1-6, Volume 12 Numbers 1-6, Volume 13 Numbers 1-6, Volume 14 Numbers 1-6, Volume 15 Numbers 1-6, Volume 16 Numbers 1-6, Volume 17 Numbers 1-6, Volume 18 Numbers 1-6, Volume 19 Numbers 1-6, Volume 20 Numbers 1-3, 5, and 6, Volume 21 Numbers 1-6, and Volume 22 Numbers 1-6. Various pagination, Volume 1 Number 1 through Volume 4 Number 3 8.5 x 14 inches, all others 8.5 x 11 inches, stapled at upper left, all worn, some light toning, many creased from being in thirds, some small stains, many with underlining and marginal check marks in pen, marker and pencil, Volume 10 Number 2, Volume 8 Number 1, and Volume 5 Number 1 dampstained, Volume 2 Numbers 2 and 5 with last page detached but present and Volume 3 Number 4 amd Volume 4 Number 3 with first page detached but present, Volume 1 Number 1 chipped at edges and with last page creased else generally good conditIon.

$250.00

We Are Accountable: A View of Mental Institutions
seller photo

We Are Accountable: A View of Mental Institutions

By Edelstein, Leonard

Wallingford, Pennsylvania: Pendle Hill, 1945. 34p., stapled wraps, 5 x 7.5 inches, pages lightly toned else very good condition. Pendle Hill Pamphlet 24. Argues against mistreatment of patients at mental institutions.

$25.00

Mobilizer to end mass murder in Vietnam. Vol. 1, no. 2 (February 6, 1967)
seller photo

Mobilizer to end mass murder in Vietnam. Vol. 1, no. 2 (February 6, 1967)

By Spring Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam

New York: National Mobilization Committee, 1967. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, lightly worn else very good in wraps. Secured only by folding, no staples. Single issue of the newsletter, published as part of the lead up to the upcoming April 15 demonstration against the war. Includes an article on James Bevel, a staff member of the SNCC who had just been made National Director of the Spring Mobilization Committee.

$25.00

Soviet Terrorism in Free Germany Hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws and the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session. Testimony of Theodor Hans
seller photo

Soviet Terrorism in Free Germany Hearing before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws and the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session. Testimony of Theodor Hans

Washington DC: GPO, 1960. Pamphlet. 39p., includes index, very good in wraps. Hearing on Sept. 21, 1960 taking the testimony of Theodor Hans who had "been in security work overseas for the U.S. Government from 1945 until 1959, December." Real life "Spy vs Spy" accounts from West Germany.

$15.00

Young socialist, volume 11, number 3  (December 1967)
seller photo

Young socialist, volume 11, number 3 (December 1967)

By Jenness, Doug, editor

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1967. 23p, wraps, 8.25x11 inches, small stain on front wrap, wraps lightly worn else very good condition. Young Socialist. Tributes to Che Guevara, who is pictured on the cover, plus articles on the Sons of Liberty during the Revolutionary War, international anti-Vietnam demonstrations, the SWP presidential and VP candidates Fred Halstead and Paul Boutelle, and more.

$12.00

Young socialist, vol. 12, no. 7 (June 1969)
seller photo

Young socialist, vol. 12, no. 7 (June 1969)

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1969. 23p., wraps, 8.25x10.5 inches, slightly silverfished along spine else very good condition. This issue devoted to campus revolts, the French student movement a year later, and a 4-page item by David Thorstad (later a leader of NAMBLA) on GI revolt at Fort Jackson.

$12.00

Flower children and other poems (songs of days and years)
seller photo

Flower children and other poems (songs of days and years)

By Yellin, Sarah Fell

Los Angeles: Mendellin, 1969. Paperback. 83p., wraps slightly toned else very good condition. Blurbs on rear cover by John Howard Lawson, Aaron Kramer, Linus Pauling, Stephen H. Fritchman and Nat Hentoff. John Howard Lawson wrote of her poetry that "There is a theme and tradition that runs through everything she has written--the theme of struggle, the tradition of solidarity and working class pride.

$25.00

The student mobilizer, vol. 2, no. 2 (March 1 [1968])
seller photo

The student mobilizer, vol. 2, no. 2 (March 1 [1968])

By Student Mobilization Committee

New York: Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietanm, 1968. 8p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, stamp of the Campus Mobilization Committee in Berkeley on front wrap else good condition. Includes an article on H. Rap Brown, Chairman of the SNCC, urging readers to take action to fight the court order which forbade him from leaving New York City.

$20.00

Young socialist; Vol. 2 No. 1, Whole No. 6
seller photo

Young socialist; Vol. 2 No. 1, Whole No. 6

By Wickremasuriya, May [and] Sydney Wanasinghe, editors

Colombo, Sri Lanka: Sydney Wanasinghe, 1962. Single issue of the Sri Lankan Trotskyist journal; 53p., 7.2 x 9.5 inches, staplebound wraps, pages toned, wraps worn and lightly foxed, front wrap dampstained, a reading copy only. Mostly local contributers, but also includes contributers from British Guiana and a West African youth group in London.

$17.00

Next >