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The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee invites you to a Victory Party [pamphlet]
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The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee invites you to a Victory Party [pamphlet]

By Rink, photo, Mary C. Dunlap, Carl Hill

San Francisco: Women's Press project for The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1982. Four-panel pamphlet, 5.5x8.5 inches, cover photo of Dunlap and Hill by Rink, information about the INS ban and injunctions with Judge Robert P. Aguilar's finding, list of speakers and performers, , additional slip of paper with more info laid-in. Speakers included Dennis Altman, Harry Britt, Stanley Rebultan et al. Performers included the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with Sister Boom Boom as Ms. Liberty.

$20.00

A trial on trial;  the great sedition trial of 1944
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A trial on trial; the great sedition trial of 1944

By St. George, Maximilian and Lawrence Dennis

n.pl: National Civil Rights Committee, 1945. Hardcover. 503p., first edition, very good condition in a very heavily chipped and worn dj. Trial of right-wing isolationists for subversion. Lawrence Dennis, a leading right-wing intellectual was from an African American / Native American family and passing as white.

$25.00

Join the Queer Contingent at the March Against 187 [handbill] a resistir la 187
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Join the Queer Contingent at the March Against 187 [handbill] a resistir la 187

San Francisco: MDI/IRM Immigrant Rights Movement, 1994. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one side only, silhouette of marchers with pickets and banners, text in English and Spanish, very good on white stock. The march against proposition 187 aka Save Our State anti-immigration bill.

$15.00

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. No. 13915. Charles Kazuyuki Fujimoto, Dwight James Freeman, Jack Wayne Hall, Eileen Toshiko Fujimoto, Jack Denichi Kimoto, John Ernest Reinecke and Koji Ariyoshi, Appellants, v. United States of America, appellee... Additional brief for appellant Jack Wayne Hall
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In the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. No. 13915. Charles Kazuyuki Fujimoto, Dwight James Freeman, Jack Wayne Hall, Eileen Toshiko Fujimoto, Jack Denichi Kimoto, John Ernest Reinecke and Koji Ariyoshi, Appellants, v. United States of America, appellee... Additional brief for appellant Jack Wayne Hall

By [Hall, Jack Wayne]; Telford Taylor

New York: Telford Taylor, 1956. iv, 46, 35p., paperback, very good, minor foxing to cover. Taylor, based in New York, was Hall's attorney. The appellants, active in Communist Party circles in Hawaii, had been convicted under the Smith Act. Hall denied any intent to violently overthrow the government.

$60.00

Culture Conflict in Texas 1821 - 1835
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Culture Conflict in Texas 1821 - 1835

By Lowrie, Samuel Harman

New York: Columbia University Press, 1932. Hardcover. 189p., folded map, preface, conclusions, bibliography, index, discoloration in gutters otherwise very good first edition in blue cloth boards and gilt. Studies in History, Economics and Public Law no. 376.

$12.00

This is Hong Kong, not China. Not yet
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This is Hong Kong, not China. Not yet

By [Zhang, Rebecca; Natalie Ng]

Los Angeles, 2019. [36p.], staplebound zine, very good, third printing; a high-quality production combining text from social media and news sources with photos of the demonstrations against the controversial proposed extradition law in HK (which was tabled for the time being due to the outcry). The creators are USC students with ties to Hong Kong.

$15.00

English-Chinese lexicon of women and law / Han ying fu nu yu fa lu ci hui shi yi
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English-Chinese lexicon of women and law / Han ying fu nu yu fa lu ci hui shi yi

By Hom, Sharon K.; Xin Chunying

Beijing: Zhong guo dui wai fa yi chu ban, 1995. 411p., paperback, light handling. Not merely a glossary; includes extensive notes.

$12.00

Big Game in Alaska, A History of Wildlife and People
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Big Game in Alaska, A History of Wildlife and People

By Sherwood, Morgan; A. Starker Leopold association

New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981. xii, 200p., has a photo section (period portraits and trophies), first edition brown cloth boards titled in silverfoil, in glossy decorated dust jacket. Jacket is mildly edgeworn with a short tear, book itself is untouched except for A. Starker Leopold's ownership signature and two marginal comments (in his neat pencilling) at pp.147 & 151, on early American game consumption, and modern moose meat. Yale western Americana series 33.

$15.00

Law & Sexuality: a review of lesbian and gay legal issues, volume 2, 1992; Symposium: Legal restrictions on homophobic and racist speech
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Law & Sexuality: a review of lesbian and gay legal issues, volume 2, 1992; Symposium: Legal restrictions on homophobic and racist speech

By Warren, J. Robert, II, editor, Charles I. Nero, Sandra J. Lowe, William B. Rubenstein et al.

New Orleans: Students of Tulane University School of Law, 1992. Paperback. 264p., extensive footnotes, tables, survey results, very good trade paperback law journal in white printed wraps.

$20.00

The treatment of the young offender, delivered ... in the Hall of Gray\'s Inn, London on 24th May, 1935.  Chairman\'s introductory remarks by Elizabeth Haldane
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The treatment of the young offender, delivered ... in the Hall of Gray's Inn, London on 24th May, 1935. Chairman's introductory remarks by Elizabeth Haldane

By Hewart, Gordon - Lord Hewart of Bury [The Lord Chief Justice of England]

London: Clarke Hall Fellowship, 1935. Paperback. 48p., previous owner's name on front wrap else good condition. The second Clarke Hall lecture.

$30.00

Don\'t let your right to a safe, legal abortion be taken away one step at a time. Stop Hyde!
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Don't let your right to a safe, legal abortion be taken away one step at a time. Stop Hyde!

Chicago: Stop Hyde, 1979. Six-panel brochure, very good. Stop Hyde was a project of the New American Movement, part of the Reproductive Rights National Network.

$15.00

Acuerdos de San Andres, Febrero 16, 1996
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Acuerdos de San Andres, Febrero 16, 1996

[Mexico]: Centro de Informacion y Analisis de Chiapas (CIACH), A.C., 1996. Pamphlet. 44p., softbound, a stapled pamphlet in 11x8.5 inch plain printed self-wraps; printed double-column, with numerous facsimile signatures (signators to this accord) filling margins on the first three pages. A little edgeworn with some bent corner-tips, otherwise sound and perfectly clean, no holograph or institutional markings, a good copy.

$15.00

Probation and other social work of the courts
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Probation and other social work of the courts

By Harris, Sidney West

London: Clarke Hall Fellowship, 1937. Paperback. 54p., shelf worn wraps, pen note and stamp on front wrap else good condition. The third Clarke Hall lecture.

$15.00

Constitution, by-laws, general laws and convention laws of The International Typographical Union & Union Printers Home
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Constitution, by-laws, general laws and convention laws of The International Typographical Union & Union Printers Home

By International Typographical Union

Indianapolis, IN: International Typographical Union, 1953. 195p., paperback, very good, 3.75x5.75 inches. Cover title: "Book of Laws...

$12.00

To fish in common: fishing rights in the northwest
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To fish in common: fishing rights in the northwest

By Native American Solidarity Committee

Seattle: NASC, 1978. 67p., illustrated with sketch-diagrams, photos and decorative drawings; 8.5 x 5.5 inch orange wraps, formerly staplebound, the staples neatly removed.

$15.00

The Question before Congress: a consideration of the debates and final action by Congress upon various phases of the race question in the United States
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The Question before Congress: a consideration of the debates and final action by Congress upon various phases of the race question in the United States

By Mitchell, Geo. W. [George Washington]

Philadelphia: The A.M.E. Book Concern, 1918. Hardcover. 247p., first edition hardcover, inscribed by Mitchell to a former professor (George J. Cummings), handwritten letter by Mitchell to Cummings is laid in, in the original envelope; minor bumping of one corner, endpapers toned, else very good condition. Mitchell writes in extensive, highly documented detail about the legal aspects of race relations and racism in America. He was an attorney in Philadelphia, and a former Treasurer of Howard University. The publishing entity was a project of the American Methodist Episcopal Church and one of the earliest African American publishers.

$450.00

White book on the Bonn war treaty
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White book on the Bonn war treaty

Berlin: Information Office of the German Democratic Republic, 1952. Paperback. 228p., plain printed white 8.25 x 5.25 inch wraps, paperstock is browned, wraps worn and soiled, else good condition. "The Bonn treaties mean the complete enslavement of West Germany" --see pp.85ff.

$12.00

Labor looks at the 88th Congress
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Labor looks at the 88th Congress

By AFL-CIO Department of Legislation

Washington DC: AFL-CIO, 1964. 74p., staplebound booklet, very good. Legislative report.

$12.00

Law in War-Time: A Workers\' Guide.  With a foreword by D.N. Pritt, K.C., M.P.
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Law in War-Time: A Workers' Guide. With a foreword by D.N. Pritt, K.C., M.P.

London: Labour Research Department, 1939. Pamphlet. 64p., stapled wraps, 4.75 x 7.25 inches, wraps soiled and foxed else good condition.

$15.00

Don Jelinek for Mayor [pinback button]
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Don Jelinek for Mayor [pinback button]

[Berkeley], 1998. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good. Jelinek, who gave legal defense to SNCC civil rights activists in the South in the mid-1960s, went on to defend the Native American occupiers of Alcatraz in 1969.

$12.00

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