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Socialism vs Anarchy

by Simons, A.M. [Algie Martin]

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1901
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Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1901. Pamphlet. 30, [ii]p., 3.5x5.75 inches, original red glassine wraps with minor chipping on the edges, paper evenly browned else very good condition. Pocket library of socialism, No. 31, September 15, 1901. Reprints an address given by Simons at the Socialist Temple in Chicago following the assassination of President McKinley.
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Chicago: Russian Fair Committee, 1942. [56p.], staplebound booklet, 5.5x8.5 inches, mild handling wear. Program for an event intended to support war relief efforts for the Soviet Union.
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Punk Planet. No. 15 (Oct/Nov 1996)

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Published
1996
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Chicago: the zine, 1996. 160p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, minor handling else good condition. Interviews with bands, a profile of Nicole Panter, and more.
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Punk Planet. No. 6 (Mar/Apr 1995)

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Published
1995
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Chicago: the zine, 1995. Staplebound. 92p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, minor handling, some toning around the edges of the cover wrap, else good condition. Interviews with bands, a profile of Nicole Panter, and more.
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Chicago: Chicago Historical Bookworks, 1986. Small handbill, 5.5x3.5 inches, printed both sides, very good condition. Created to promote a reading by the editors on May 2nd, 1986 at the Chicago Historical Bookworks.
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image of Berkeley Barb: vol. 5, #10 [likely #11] (#109) September 15 - 21, 1967: Wanted by D.A. Jim Garrison

Berkeley Barb: vol. 5, #10 [likely #11] (#109) September 15 - 21, 1967: Wanted by D.A. Jim Garrison

by Scherr, Max, editor, Marvin Garson, Jerry Burns, Richard A. Ogar, Hal Verb, Hap Stewart, Gar Smith, Lenny Lipton, et al.

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Published
1967
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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1967. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, articles, news, columns, very good on newsprint. Cover stories on the JFK assassination and a Hell's Angels stomp-down of people while the local Hippies call them Beautiful Angels. Photos and letter by Hap Stewart. Marvin Garson analyzes the NCNP Chicago meeting: "The Whites:… Read more
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Berkeley Barb: vol. 5, #11 [likely #12] (#110) September 22 - 28, 1967: Reward: Texas Sniper

by Scherr, Max, editor, Marvin Garson, R. Cobb, Richard A. Ogar, Hal Verb, General Hershey Bar, et al.

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Published
1967
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Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1967. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, articles, news, columns, very good on newsprint. Cover stories on American soldiers in Vietnam committing atrocities. "Let's Support Our Boys" native American cartoon by R. Cobb. Report on a Digger in Chicago. General Hershey Bar's Conspiracy for Peace. The conclusion of Marvin Garson… Read more
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Chicago, 1891. 16p., 9.25x12.25 inches, horizontal fold with paper splitting along the fold at right edge, a couple of other shorter closed edge tears. This was the first issue under this title, continuing with the numbering of its predecessor publication, The Chicago Liberal. Wendy McElroy's "Benjamin Tucker and Liberty: A Bibliographical Essay" notes that "The Auditor, a free banking… Read more
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Chicago: MegaVac/Dr. Joel Kaplan, 1993. Four 8.5x11 inch sheets offering several of Dr. Kaplan's devices with explicit photographs, horizontal fold creases for mailing, red sale stamp on one and toning. Devices offered are an electric penis enlarger, a manual vacuum pump enlargerand a nipple enlargement system.
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Chicago: Alternative Schools Network, 1988. Pamphlet. 28p., wraps, 5.25x8.25 inches, wraps rubbed else very good condition. Not found in OCLC as of 2/2021.
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image of San Francisco Express Times, vol.1, #35, Sept. 18, 1968: Big Daddy in Action

San Francisco Express Times, vol.1, #35, Sept. 18, 1968: Big Daddy in Action

by Garson, Marvin, editor, R. Cobb, Jackie Di Salvo, Ric Hyland, Wayne Collins, Alice Embree, Barbara Garson, Julius Lester, et al.

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Published
1968
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San Francisco: The Trystero Company, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, articles, photos, events, actions, comix, psychedelia, Buy This Copy from a Machine stamped cover else very good on newsprint. The Express Times was S.F.'s main political underground paper. Cover story Big Daddy Warbucks buys an election. Garson wants to leave Chicago. Unseating the Daly Machine.Panthers… Read more
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San Francisco Express Times, vol.1, #33, Sept. 4, 1968: Chicago: It's all over but the shooting

by Garson, Marvin, editor, Emory Douglas, Donna Mickleson, John Ross, Arthur Johnston, R. Cobb, Julius Lester, et al.

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1968
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San Francisco: The Trystero Company, 1968. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, articles, photos, events, actions, comix, psychedelia, mailing address stamped cover else very good on newsprint. The Express Times was S.F.'s main political underground paper. Cover story on the Chicago convention with center-spread photographs. Julius Lester on "Black Women Shouldn't Have Babies...Yet" with illustration by Emory… Read more
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Bolshevism; promises and reality. An appraisal of the results of the Marxist dictatorship over Russia

by Maximov, G[regorii Petrovich; also spelled Gregory Maximoff]

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Published
1935
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Chicago: The Free Society Group of Chicago, 1935. Pamphlet. 35p., staplebound pamphlet, wraps worn and soiled, title page stained and detached but present, pages toned, pages chipped at corners. After leaving the Soviet Union for Germany in 1922, the author co-founded the Anarcho-Syndicalist International. He came to the United States in 1925 and settled in Chicago.
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San Francisco Express Times: vol.1, #28, July 31, 1968: President Humphrey

by Garson, Marvin, editor, Hubert Humphrey, Bill Graham, R. Cobb, Lisa Lyons, Todd Gitlin, Marlene Charyn, Paul Samberg, Sandy Darlington, Moe Moskowitz, Diggers, et al.

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1968
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San Francisco: The Trystero Company, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, articles, photos, events, actions, comix, psychedelia, small mailing label and stamp else very good on newsprint. Cover story on Humphrey. Moe Moskowitz attempts to exorcize The Diggers from his shop.early warning signals for the Chicago Democratic Convention. Huey. Eldridge et al.
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Portland, OR: Feral House, 1996. Paperback. 213p., wraps, very good condition. First published in 1908. On Chicago anarchists and the Haymarket bombing.
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n.p., [197-]. 1.75 inch pin; small pin prick in the plastic at the bottom of the flag on the right. On Lolita Lebron, Andres Figueroa Cordero, Rafael Cancel Miranda, Irving Flores and Oscar Collazo.
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GCN: Gay Community News; the weekly for lesbians and gay males; vol. 18, #4, July 29 - August 4, 1990: Safer Sex Poster Stalled in Chicago & Gay Games III

by Gaines, Kelly & Christopher Wittke, editors, Chris Nealon, Michael Bronski, et al.

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1990
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Boston: GCN Collective, 1990. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid newspaper on newsprint, news, opinion, articles, events, ads, photos, services and resources, toning and light wear. Cover stories on CTA's resistance to safe-sex ads. Preparing for the Games. Boston media's ignoring gay-bashing Southies. Boston's LGBTQ newspaper which started in 1973. More political than entertainment.
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What is a Soviet

by Brandstetter, Otto

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Published
1919
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Chicago: Otto Branstetter, 1919. Single sheet, 11.75x9 inches, printed to form a four panel brochure this copy not folded, minor edge wear, top edge lightly toned. Includes charts of the Soviet & American systems. Anti-Soviet viewpoint. "Published for circulation among party members by Otto Branstetter, 2845 Wilcox St., Chicago. Member Thirteenth Ward Branch Socialist Party." - bottom… Read more
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What is a Soviet

by Brandstetter, Otto

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1919
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Chicago: Otto Branstetter, 1919. Single sheet, 11.75x9 inches, printed to form a four panel brochure this copy not folded, worn alon the top edge, three corners lightly chipped (no text loss). Includes charts of the Soviet & American systems. Anti-Soviet viewpoint. "Published for circulation among party members by Otto Branstetter, 2845 Wilcox St., Chicago. Member Thirteenth Ward… Read more
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Malachi Ritscher

by Fischer, Marc

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Published
2014
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Chicago: Public Collectors, 2014. 15p., staplebound pamphlet, 8.5 in X 11 inches, very good. A tribute to the Chicago activist and videographer whose last act of protest was burning himself to death on the street to protest the Iraq War.
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