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The Big Red Diary 1987: Southern Africa: Victory is Certain

Pluto Press, 1986 An un-used Big Red Diary from 1987. Cover is a little scuffed and slightly creased. Corners and edges are slightly bumped, and there are some small indentations, but mainly only visible when held up to light. Original bookseller's name and address sticker is stuck in bottom corner of inside of back cover. Pages are slightly bumped at corners, but otherwise clean, neat and tightly bound. Diary also includes a 1987 directory of anti-apartheid and African campaigning organisations. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$17.82

Breakthrough

By Christin, P. & Knigge, A. C. (Eds.)

London: Titan Books , 1990 Titan Books, 1990. 80 pages. A4 size. Book is in mostly good condition. Is ex-library and has a small library stamp on first page. Title page/first page of book has been torn out. Has a plastic cover which has protected the book. Plastic cover is taped to inside of front and back covers. Top corner of front cover is a little warped and top and bottom of spine is a little bumped. Small biro mark on back page. Pages are clean and binding is intact. Twenty-seven international comic artists have compiled pieces about the destruction of the Berlin wall. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$14.25

The students and the Revolution

By Dutschke, Rudi

Nottingham: Bertrand Russell, 1970 Slight discolouration and foxing, but otherwise almost as new. First Edition. Pamphlet. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$14.25

The Rebel Countess: The Life and Times of Constance Markievicz
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The Rebel Countess: The Life and Times of Constance Markievicz

By Marreco, Anne

London: Phoenix Press , 2000 Phoenix Press, 2000. 330 pages. Book is in good condition. Edges are a little yellowed with age and there is some very light creasing to the front cover. Spine is uncreased. Pages are clean and tightly bound. Biography of Constance Markievicz, including 16 pages of black and white photographs. . Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket.

$28.50

The Memoirs of a Rebel Journalist

By Burchett, Wilfred

Quartet Books, 1980 341 pages. Cover is well worn - scuffed and creased and has some indentations and chipping. Cover is a little faded, and has some bumping to edges and corners. Spine is very creased. Page edges - and inside edges of cover - are yellowed and a little marked, and have some foxing. Previous owner's name written in ink on first page. Pages otherwise clean, neat and tightly bound. With an introduction by Harrison E. Salisbury. Memoir of a radical journalist who has witnessed many of the crucial events that have shaped our lives. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$17.82

Emancipate Yourself... Choose Life!

By John, Gus

Manchester, UK: The Gus John Partnership Ltd, 2007 33 pages. Pamphlet with cardboard cover, stapled together. Pamphlet cover is scuffed and has some small indentations. Corners and edges are a little bumped and creased. Signed by author in ink on first page: 'With all best wishes, Gus John' Pages are slightly bumped and a few are creased at corners, but otherwise all neat and tightly bound. Previous owner has made some notes and underlined some passages in the pamphlet in ink. Two essays on black history and rights. . Signed by Author. Pamphlet. Good/No Jacket.

$14.25

Direct Action: Memoirs of an Urban Guerrilla
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Direct Action: Memoirs of an Urban Guerrilla

By Hansen, Ann

AK Press, 2002 493 pages. Cover is scuffed and marked - and edges and corners are bumped and a little creased. Spine is also marked and creased. Title pages are badly stained - remaining pages have some staining and marking to edges, and edges are a little bumped. Pages tightly bound. Author's account of how she stood trial as one of the "Squamish Five", and how the group bombed the Litton Systems plant in Toronto, where components for Cruise Missiles were being made.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$17.10

Women For Peace
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Women For Peace

By Aksenov, Vasili

Women in Black, Belgrade, 1997 Women in Black, 1997. Some scufffing and scratches to front and back covers. Small marks on edges of first two or three pages. Edge of back cover slightly creased. But otherwise in very good condition - spine unbroken, pages all clean and tightly bound, no other marks or damage. Anthology of essays on the Women in Black (feminist anti-war movement) and their actions, approaches and reflections. The fifth anthology written by the Women in Black movement. The movement makes women's resistance to war visible through public protests, testimonies and non-violent actions. Sections: We Are Still on the Streets of Belgrade; The Fifth International Meeting of the Network of Women's Solidarity Against War; Women Will Remember; Belgrade on the Streets; Alternative Politics; Kosovo: Non Violence as a Choice; The Challenges and Traps of Humanitarian Aid; and Antimilitarism (each section includes on average 10-15 short essays) Includes black and white photographs. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$34.20

A New World in Our Hearts: The Faces of Spanish Anarchism

By Meltzer, Albert (Editor)

Orkney: Cienfuegos Press, 1978 100 pages. Book cover is very scuffed and stained. Edges of cover are bumped and worn. Spine is very stained and scuffed, and has a small tear along the title. Pages are a little yellowed, and have a large stain along the edges. Page edges are worn and a little bumped. Back cover has pulled away a little from the back pages. Last page has ink mark on bottom corner. Bookseller's old price sticker on back cover. Condition consistent with age of book. A brief history of Spanish anarchism, which gives a constructive look at his achievements and shortcomings. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$14.25

Women in a War Zone: Twenty Years of Resistance

By McAuley, Chrissie (Editor)

Dublin & Belfast: Republican Publications Republican Publications (no publication date in book). 88 pages. Book is in excellent condition. No damage or wear. Pages are clean and tightly bound. Documents women's experiences in resisting the British occupation of Northern Ireland. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$18.51

Political Mobilization: A Sociological Analysis of Methods and Concepts
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Political Mobilization: A Sociological Analysis of Methods and Concepts

By Nettl, J. P

Faber and Faber, 1967 Faber and Faber, 1967. 442 pages. Dust cover quite yellowed and stained with age - particularly the spine. Dust cover worn and scuffed round edges, but otherwise in good condition. Price has been cut from inside of front dust cover flap. Previous owner's inscription on first page. Pages yellowed and round edges and some foxing to edges. Pages all clean and tightly bound. Book cover clean and in good condition - title and author written in gold on spine. Spine unbroken. A sociological analysis of political mobilisation. . Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$23.52

Undermining the Central Line (CounterBlasts, No. 7)

By Rendell, Ruth and Ward, Colin

Chatto & Windus, 1989 54 pages. No. 7 in the Chatto 'CounterBlasts' series. Book is signed by both authors, in ink, on first page. Book in very good condition. Only damage is some bumping to book corners and bottom of book - which is a little creased. Pages are yellowed with age, but all clean, neat and tightly bound.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.

$14.25

Opening Doors to Peace: a Memorial to Myrtle Solomon

London: The Myrtle Solomon Memorial Fund , 1991 The Myrtle Solomon Memorial Fund Subcommittee and War Resisters International, 1991. 80 pages. Book in excellent condition. No damage or wear and tear. Binding clean and tight. A memorial publication bringing together Solomon's major writings and interviews reflecting her work as chair of the War Resisters' International from 1975 to 1986. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$14.25

The Irish Republic

By Macardle, Dorothy

London: Corgi Books , 1968 Corgi Books, 1968. 989 pages. Book is in fair to good condition - the spine is very creased and warped and has some rips at the top. The cover is a little scuffed at the corners but otherwise fine. Binding is intact.Pages and edges are yellowed with age but clean and unfoxed. A documented chronicle of the Anglo-Irish conflict and the partitioning of Ireland, with a detailed account of the period 1916 - 1923 with a preface by Eamon De Valera.. Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$47.03

Workers' Control

By Roberts, Ernie

George Allen & Unwin, 1973 George Allen & Unwin, 1973. 308 pages. Book is in good condition. Spine is very faded but only slightly creased. Covers have scuffed corners and pages are yellowed with age but only the edges have any foxing. Binding is fine. In addition to the book there is also enclosed an article of a discussion between the author and Bert Ramelson, National Industrial Organiser of the Communist Party. . Gift By Author. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.63

Barricades in Berlin
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Barricades in Berlin

By Neukrantz, Klaus

London: Martin Lawrence Martin Lawrence. No year given. 'Dedicated to the imperishable memory of the 33, shot by the police in Berlin during the days of May 1929'. Novel dealing with the events that took place in the Koslinerstrasse during May 1929. Pages yellow and discoloured. Cover has rips and top front corner missing. Binding is intact though outer cover of spine is missing it's title (wording).. Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket.

$11.76

Zapatista! Reinventing Revolution in Mexico
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Zapatista! Reinventing Revolution in Mexico

By Holloway, John; Pelaez, Eloina (Eds.)

London: Pluto, 1998 Pluto Press, 1998. 201 pages. Book is in very good condition. The corners are lightly bumped. Pages and covers are clean and tightly bound. Spine is uncreased. The first study of the Zapatista uprising to bring together contributors from Mexico, the United States and Britain. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$14.25

History Will Absolve Me

By Castro, Fidel

Cuba : Radio Havana Cuba Radio Havana Cuba (no date on book). 79 pages. Book is in very good condition. Is a tall, slim, hardbound copy, no witing on spine. No damage to covers, edges or pages. All are clean and binding is tight. Fidel Castro's self defense speech before the court in Santiago de Cuba on October 16, 1953.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$42.76

The Dialectics of Liberation

By Cooper, David (Editor)

Penguin Books, 1968 207 pages. Cover is quite worn - yellowed and a little stained, and has some scuffing. Cover is creased and edges and corners are bumped and a little chipped. Spine is chipped and creased.Condition consistent with age of book. Pages are very tanned with age - particularly at edges and corners. Pages all clean, neat and tightly bound. Slight musty smell to pages. Condition consistent with age of book. A collection of speeches from the Congress of the Dialectics of Liberation, held in London in 1967. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$15.68

Women and Social Movements in Latin America

By Stephen, Lynn

Texas, USA: University of Texas Press, 1997 332 pages. Book in very good condition - only damage is some small marking/staining to page edges and book cover, and some bumping to edges and corners of book and spine. Previous bookseller's barcode and information sticker is stuck on back cover. Sticker is scuffed and marked. Pages are all neat and tightly bound. Spine is uncreased. Explores 6 cases of women's grassroots activism in Mexico, El Salvador, Brazil and Chile. . First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.

$15.68

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