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image of Christopher Street: #211, March, 1994: Rush Limbaugh, Howard Stern_Thou

Christopher Street: #211, March, 1994: Rush Limbaugh, Howard Stern & Thou

by Ortleb, Charles L. editor & publisher, Rush Limbaugh, Howard Stern, Clemer Mayhew III, Andrew Holleran, Peter Coyne, et al.

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Published
1994
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New York: That New Magazine, 1994. Magazine. 40p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, news, photos, illustrations, ads, stamped on cover & heavy wear else good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story on Right Wing and other Wingnut radio talk show hosts.
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image of Radio Guatemala Libre / URNG / CGUP [pinback button]

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n.p., [198-]. 1.25 inch diameter pin depicting a radio tower over an outline map of Guatemala. The URNG (Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional Guatemalteca) and the CGUP (Comite Guatemalteca de Unidad Patriotica) were active beginning in the early 1980s.
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image of Collective Security: the road to peace. Radio speech of Clarence A. Hathaway, Editor, Daily Worker, delivered over CBS, Station WABC, Wednesday, December 22, 1937

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New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1938. Pamphlet. 15p., stapled wraps, 5x7 inches, paper browned, bookstore stamp on rear wrap else very good condition. *Seidman H134.
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image of Support KQED strike [pinback button]

Support KQED strike [pinback button]

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Published
[197-]
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[East Bay, CA]: [National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians], [197-]. 1.5 inch diameter pin, very good, issued to support a strike at the San Francisco-area public broadcasting station that lasted from 1974 to 1975. East Bay union bug on edge.
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image of On the Nature of Revolution: The Marxist theory of social change, based on a series of broadcasts made over Station KPFA, Berkeley, California, February-April, 1959

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New York: New Century Publishers, 1959. Pamphlet. 31p., wraps slightly shelf worn else very good condition with ownership stamp of Marxist scholar Karl Niebyl and his wife Elizabeth on title page, 5x7.25 inches.
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image of We Hold These Truths - A dramatic celebration of The American Bill of Rights, including an address by Franklin D. Roosevelt

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47p., saplebound booklet, mild handling. Illustrations by Samuel M. Adler. Script for a wartime play by the "Grand Master Of American Audio Theatre," into which is inserted a Fireside Chat by FDR from December 15th, 1941, in which he describes the Bill of Rights as anathema to fascism.
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£44.50
image of KQED celebrates Lesbian_Gay Pride Month: a program, event and resource guide June 2000

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San Francisco: KQED, 2002. 8p., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, program listings, event listings, resource listings, photos, slight curling otherwise very good program on heavy, stapled orange pictorial wraps.
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Communiqué Summer, 1985

by Enfoque Nacional

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Published
1985
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£8.90

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San Diego: NPR/KPBS-FM, San Diego State University, 1985. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill/newsletter printed both sides, two horizontal fold creases for mailing else very good on tan stock. Bulletin for the Spanish language radio show with a cover story on border problems and a list of stations that carry the program on the rear.
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image of The Night Times: the entertainment weekly for Berkeley and the Bay, vol. 2, no. 13 (issue 22) June 28 - July 11, 1972; Turmoil at KSAN

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Berkeley: The Night Times, 1972. Newspaper. 28p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, reviews, columns, listings, interviews, light wear, stamped Complimentary on front page else very good on newsprint. Berkeley underground weekly. Report on KSAN radio. Also Pacific Film Archive Sturges Retrospective.
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image of A passion for politics; encouraging women in leadership, compiled and edited by Peggy C. Paine and Gail M. Kearns

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Santa Barbara: Luz Publications, 1999. Paperback. 106p., appended contact information, first edition (a paperback original) glossy black wraps, signed by Ferguson with a brief inscription in year of publication. The first dozen pages bear yellow hi-liting, else unmarked, a sound presentable copy; blurbed by Sandra Cisneros and (oog) Madeleine Albright (oh well, politics). Ferguson was the first Latina president… Read more
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image of KFVD, the center of your dial / Standard Broadcasting Company [ten sheets of unused letterhead from the station where Woody Guthrie had his program,

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Los Angeles: KFVD, n.d.. Ten sheets of 8.5x11 inch printed letterhead, very good. No date, but the phone number (DRexel 2391) and the slogan "The center of your dial" were both used at the time of Guthrie's show in the late 1930s. The leterhead was used for the station as a whole and its many programs, we make no… Read more
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image of Latin Chronicles: a report from Chiapas, Mexico Morelia: by Raul Ortega, KPOO-FM, March 20, 1994

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San Francisco: Self-published by the author, 1994. 4p., 8.5x11 inches, single 8.5x11 inch handbill inserted, b&w photos, cheap photocopy or computer print-out, horizontal fold crease else good. Enlarged report originally broadcast in a shorter version on KPOO on March 8, 1994 by Ortega. The handbill is a plea for donations to a school in Chiapas. Tied in to Global… Read more
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image of Britain and the Modern World Order

Britain and the Modern World Order

by Toynbee, Arnold J. and J.L Hammond

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Published
1932
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London: The British Broadcasting Corporation, 1932. 48p., stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, illus., wraps worn and heavily soiled with a few small stains, staples rusted else very good condition. Broadcast Talks Pamphlets No. 571.
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image of Hispanic Media, USA: A Narrative Guide to Print and Electronic Media in the United States

Hispanic Media, USA: A Narrative Guide to Print and Electronic Media in the United States

by Veciana-Suarez, Ana; foreword by Felix Gutierrez

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1987
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9780937790359
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Washington DC: The Media Institute, 1987. viii, 225p., wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, wraps lightly worn and soiled, crayon or colored pencil mark on rear wrap else good first printing.
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image of Freedom Talk: A daily radio commentary by Life Line [six issues]

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Dallas, TX: Life Line, 1971. Six issues of the newsletter, each a four-panel leaflet, faint vertical crease. Issues present are numbers 10, 67, and 84 for 1968, and 24, 25 and 27 for 1971. Conservative perspectives on radicals in the universities ("Teaching students to riot"), government spending, and the Black Panthers. The latter article, "Radicals let down liberals," states… Read more
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image of Freedom Talk: A daily radio commentary by Life Line [four issues]

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Dallas, TX: Life Line, 1971. Four issues of the newsletter, each a four-panel leaflet, faint vertical crease. Issues present are numbers 67 and 84 for 1968, and 25 and 27 for 1971. Conservative perspectives on radicals in the universities ("Teaching students to riot"), government spending, and the Black Panthers. The latter article, "Radicals let down liberals," states that the… Read more
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£33.38
image of Open City: #31, Nov. 30-Dec. 5, 1967; Black-Only Ghetto

Open City: #31, Nov. 30-Dec. 5, 1967; Black-Only Ghetto

by Bryan, John, editor, Charles Bukowski, Van Dyke Parks, et al.

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Published
1967
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Los Angeles, CA: Open City, 1967. Newspaper. 16p., folded broadside newspaper, illustrations, photos, lightly toned, very light fraying to a couple of page edges, else very good. Cover story is "Black-only Ghetto? Will Whites be Frightened Out?" about South Central L.A.; article on the rise of free-form FM radio stations with extensive interview with Tom Donahue, in part about… Read more
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image of Life is Not a Rehearsal: a memoir

Life is Not a Rehearsal: a memoir

by Brudnoy, David

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Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB
Published
1997
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9780385482769
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New York: Doubleday, 1997. Hardcover. xx, 298p., very good first edition, first printing stated in boards and bright unclipped dj. Conservative gay radio talk show host with AIDS.
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image of KPFA Folio: Listener Sponsored Pacifica Radio, Program Guide, April 1980

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Berkeley: KPFA, 1980. Newspaper. 31p., folded tabloid newspaper format, schedule, articles, ads, lightly worn, evenly toned else very good condition on newsprint.
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image of KPFA Folio: Listener Sponsored Pacifica Radio, Program Guide for KPFA_KFCF, February 1990

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Berkeley: KPFA, 1990. Newspaper. 27p., folded tabloid newspaper format, schedule, articles, ads, lightly worn, evenly toned, address label on rear wrap else very good condition on newsprint. Cover story on rap music.
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