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New Masses. October 13, 1936
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New Masses. October 13, 1936

By [Hicks, Granville]; John Strachey, Robert Forsythe, Mary van Kleeck

Quarto in black and white wraps. An important Marxist magazine of the 1920s and 1930s which was closely aligned with CPUSA and which attracted many distinguished writers and artists to its fold over its 22 year publication history. Contains "Spain and History" by John Strachey, "The Negro and the Party" by Loren Miller" and the "Cult of Joshua" by Robert Forsythe. Cover art by Robert Cronbach. 31pp. Some age-toning, mild chipping at extremities, wraps partiall separated - 1 inch - at lower corner but otherwise clean and crisp.

$54.00

New Masses. October 20, 1936
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New Masses. October 20, 1936

By [Hicks, Granville]; Joshua Kunitz; Earl Browder

Quarto in black and white wraps. An important Marxist magazine of the 1920s and 1930s which was closely aligned with CPUSA and which attracted many distinguished writers and artists to its fold over its 22 year publication history. Contains "The Moscow Trials" by James Hawthorne and an interview with Earl Browder. Cover art by William Sanderson. 31pp. Some age-toning and chipping at corners, including small piece 1/2" missing near the bottom spine of the front cover, but otherwise clean and crisp.

$67.50

New Masses. July 7, 1936
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New Masses. July 7, 1936

By [Hicks, Granville]; Joseph Freeman; Joshua Kunitz; Marguerite Young

Quarto in black and white wraps. An important Marxist magazine of the 1920s and 1930s which was closely aligned with CPUSA and which attracted many distinguished writers and artists to its fold over its 22 year publication history. Contains an article on the 9th convention of the Communist Party by Joseph Freeman and "Roosevelt's Convention" by Marguerite Young. 30pp. Some chipping to foreedge and extremities. Some age-toning, but otherwise clean and crisp.

$36.00

Auto and the Workers Movement: Learning from the Proud Past to Fight for a Brighter Future
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Auto and the Workers Movement: Learning from the Proud Past to Fight for a Brighter Future

By Revolutionary Communist Party USA

Orange wraps featuring an illustration of auto workers marching off the job to the dismay of management. 44pp, illus with b&w photos. Minor creasing to foreedge.

$10.80

White Blindspot (Osawatomie Pamphlets No. 1)

By Kagin, J. H. (Noel Ignatin, Ignatiev)

Plain printed and stapled wraps. 25pp. A letter written by controversial scholar and historian Noel Ignatin (also known as "Ignatiev") under the byline "JH Kagin" to the journal "Progressive Labor" in the spring of 1967 as well as a letter written by a friend of Kagin in response. Argues that the "greatest ideological barrier to the achievement of proletarian class consciousness... is white chauvinism." This pamphlet popularized the term "white skin privilege", which Ignatin borrowed from W.E.B. DuBois. Stain to front wrap, otherwise very good.

$67.50


Reds And Lost Wages

By Wood, Charles G.

8vo, gilt burgundy cloth in a red and black pictorial jacket featuring an organizer addressing a crowd silhouetted against a backdrop of factories. 280pp. The Commissioner of Conciliation within the Department of Labor discusses various strikes he has been involved in, asserting that they are expensive and doomed to failure, and ultimately deprive the worker of money and the ability to earn while the communist party lines its own coffers. Begins with the chapter, "Strikes can Cause the Fall of Governments." Light wear to board extremities, jacket chipped, spine darkened and missing small 1/4" section on spine, not affecting title. Seidman, W344.

$25.00

The CIA's War Against Cuba
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The CIA's War Against Cuba

By Luis Morena, José and Rafael Calcines

Havana: National Information Service, 1988. Wraps. Very Good-. 8vo, pictoral vinyl wraps. pp 102. Translated to English from the Spanish by Elise Boyer. Illus. with black and white photographs from the State Security Forces and photographers from the Granma newspaper. A fascinating blend of conspiracy theory, real life journalism and propaganda purporting to be evidence of covert U.S. activity and subversion in and against Cuba from 1959-1988. First hand accounts from members of the State Security Forces about their run-ins with CIA agents. Includes appendix naming the known CIA operatives in Cuba at the time. Previous owner's emboss to title page, creasing to front panel. Scarce.

$112.50

Constitution and National Laws for the Government of the Junior Order United American Mechanics (as amended at Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1919)
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Constitution and National Laws for the Government of the Junior Order United American Mechanics (as amended at Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1919)

By Junior Order United American Mechanics

Milwaukee: Junior Order United American Mechanics, 1919. Paperback. Good+. Good plus in tan printed wrappers. Small octavo. Some soiling and light pencil notations on front cover and chipping at spine ends. Half inch closed tear to the front cover at the spine head. Internal contents clean and in very good condition. The Junior Order United American Mechanics were a nativist movement founded in the mid-19th century. The book opens with a Declaration of Principles that reads "We recognize the landing upon our shores of the ignorant, the vicious and the lawless of the old world as a constant menace to our institutions... there is no room in this land for the anarchist, the nihilist, or the escaped criminal." [2] 3-161.

$22.50