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The End of White World Supremacy

By X, Malcolm

New York: Merlin House, Inc, 1971 148 pages. Cover is in good condition, apart from some bumping to corners, and top and bottom of spine - and spine faded. Ex-library book: there is a library stamp on title page, and cardboard library pocket has been glued on first page, and then torn off - two large marks and some cardboard remain. Pages very yellowed, particularly at edges, and some staining to first and last pages. Page edges quite worn. Page 66 has been creased at top corner. Condition consistent with age of book. A good reading copy. Four speeches from Malcolm X, given at the time of the American Civil Rights Movement.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$22.97

Children of Caliban

By Henriques, Fernando

London: Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, 1974 196 pages. Dust jacket is very scuffed and a little stained. Dust jacket is creased at edges, and has some tears around spine and edges. Dustcover is yellowed inside. Book cover in good condition - undamaged apart from some bumping to spine and corners. Slight musty smell to pages. Pages are a little yellowed and lightly stained at edges, but otherwise clean and tightly bound. Condition consistent with age of book. Includes 4 pages of black and white illustrations and photographs. Explores the problem of miscegenation from the beginning of history to the present day - and looks at race relations in New England and Pennsylvania. . Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$17.21

Harlem Glory: A Fragment of Aframerican Life
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Harlem Glory: A Fragment of Aframerican Life

By McKay, Claude

Chicago: Charles H. Kerr Publishing Comapny, 1990 112 pages. Cover has some small indentations - mainly only visible when held to light. Corners of cover are bumped. Edges of book and of spine are worn and bumped. Spine a little faded. Previous owner has made small notes in ink on title page. Pages have some light foxing to edgesand are very slightly yellowed. Page edges are a little bumped and have some small creases. An acclaimed portrayal of black life during the Great Depression in America. . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.

$17.94

Serious Time: A Rap Diary
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Serious Time: A Rap Diary

By Ambrose, Joe

Finland: Pulp Faction Ltd, 1998 238 pages. Previous bookseller's price has been written in pencil on first page, then rubbed out - slight mark remains. Book in protective plastic cover, provided by previous owner. Some light scuffing to cover and cover corners a little bumped. Spine bumped at top and bottom, but otherwise undamaged. Pages clean and tightly bound. Last 50 or so pages have been water-stained - most are not marked, but rather wrinkled. Page edges a little yellowed. Slight musty smell to pages. Novel about the hip-hop scene in 1980s London, and a group of displaced Irish punks, living in a Brixton squat. Written by musician Joe Ambrose - member of the hip-hop group Islamic Diggers. . First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$11.48

John Moss of Otterspool (1782 - 1858)
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John Moss of Otterspool (1782 - 1858)

By Trust, Graham

AuthorHouse, 2010 AuthorHouse, 2010. 253 pages. Book in excellent condition. Pages, edges and cover all clean and undamaged. 1st page has previous owner's name written in. Slight creasing to spine. Biograpy of the Liverpool railway pioneer, slave owner and banker. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$12.92

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.

$14.36

CLR James's 80th Birthday Lectures

By Howe, Darcus & Busby, Margaret (Eds.)

London: Race Today Publications , 1984 Race Today Publications, 1984. 72 pages. Book is in good condition. Covers are yellowed with age but pages are clean and binding is intact. Spine is uncreased. Three lectures that were delivered in 1981 at Kingsway Princeton College in London. 1. Socialism or Barbarism. 2. Britain and America: Two English Speaking Democracies. 3. Immigrants To Britain: Formerly Colonial Peoples. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket.

$20.10

Return to Goli

By Abrahams, Peter

Faber and Faber, 1953 224 pages. Dustcover very worn and yellowed and ripped in places. Spine of dustcover has been torn and pieces missing. Edges of dustcover creased and bumped. Book cover has some marking and has some yellowing to insides. Previous owner's name and date has been written in ink on first page - and illegible note written in pencil on first page. Note written on inside of back cover, in pencil. Slight musty smell to pages. Pages yellowed with age and some foxing and staining to edges. Pages tightly bound. Condition consistent with age of book. Author's account of visiting Kenya and South Africa in 1952, what the journey meant to him, and what he found in his home country. . Hard Cover. Good/Poor.

$15.78

And Why Not Every Man? The Story of the Fight Against Negro Slavery

By Aptheker, Herbert

Seven Seas Publishers, 1961 278 pages. Book cover is quite worn - yellowed and a little stained and creased, and corners and edges bumped. Book corners a little dog-eared. Spine is very worn - yellowed and creased, and torn at top, revealing some of the binding. Previous bookseller's price written in pencil on first page, then rubbed out - slight mark remains. Pages tanned with age, and first pages are creased. Slight musty smell to pages. Book has been covered with protective plastic coating. Condition consistent with age of book. An account of the struggle against the American slave trade.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$15.79

The Collected Works of Langston Hughes: Volume 10 - Fight for Freedom and Other Writings on Civil Rights
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The Collected Works of Langston Hughes: Volume 10 - Fight for Freedom and Other Writings on Civil Rights

By Hughes, Langston

University of Missouri Press, 2001 272 pages. Ex-library book. Dustcover is protected by plastic library cover. Cover is a little scuffed and scratched. Two library classification stickers on spine and back of dustcover. Library stamp, a library classification sticker and a library barcode sticker are stuck on the first page. Library stamp across the top edges of the pages. Pages have some marking and wear to edges, but are tightly bound and neatly cut. Volume 10 in a collection of writings by the American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist. . Hard Cover. Good/Good. Ex-Library.

$28.64

Inna Liverpool

By Zephaniah, Benjamin

Liverpool: Africa Arts Collective , 1988 Africa Arts Collective, 1988. Pamphlet in very good condition. Original Liverpool edition, published at Bluecoat Cambers on School Lane. Front cover has a small sticker with 'Poet 098' written on it. There is a slight mark on the front cover where another small sticker has been and been removed. Also a small indentation/scuff on front cover that has not gone through the paper but has left a slight mark on the next few pages after it. Contents page has 'Centre For Arts Development Training Ltd.' stamp in blue ink. A selection of poems forming part of Zephaniah's time in Liverpool as Poet/Writer in Residence with the Africa Arts Collective in 1988/89. . First Edition. Pamphlet. Good/No Jacket.

$20.10

The Long Hot Summer

By Nelson, Truman

Berlin: Seven Seas Books, 1967 Seven Seas Books, 1967. 140 pages. Pages and edges are yellowed with age but binding is intact and spine is uncreased. Cover and corners are quite worn - bottom corner is curling and top and bottom edges of spine are quite chipped. Previous owner's name written in book and one or two pencil marks within the pages. Book looking at police racism and injustice in Harlem during the 1960's and the racist treatment of six young men. . Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket.

$17.94

Long Walk to Freedom

By Mandela, Nelson

Little, Brown and Company 630 pages. Dustcover has some light scuffing and edges are a little bumped. Some slight yellowing to edges of dustcover. Book in good condition - pages have some slight markings to top edges, but otherwise clean and tightly bound. Small bump to bottom of spine, but spine otherwise undamaged. Autobiography of the South African president, anti-apartheid activist and political leader. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

$35.89

People Funny Boy: The Genius of Lee "Scratch" Perry

By Katz, David

Omnibus Press, 2006 541 pages. Book cover has some light scratching and small indentations. Edges and corners are very slightly bumped. Spine has one large reading crease. Pages have some light marking to edges. First and last pages have some light staining. Pages neat and tightly bound. Includes a selection of black and white photographs. Biography of the musician Lee "Scratch" Perry - and a look at the post-war culture and music in Jamaica. . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.

$15.07

Reflections: Nigerian Prose and Verse

By Ademola, Frances (Editor)

Lagos: African Universities Press, 1962 123 pages. Cover is very tanned with age, and is stained at the back, and a little scuffed. Edges and corners are bumped and corners are a little creased. Spine is stained and bumped/chipped at edges. Previous owner has written some notes in pencil on first page, which have then been rubbed out - slight mark remains. Pages are stained along bottom edges, and creased at corners. Pages are yellowed at edges, but clean, neat and tightly bound. Condition consistent with age of book. A collection of writings and poetry from Nigeria. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$13.64

Two's Company

By Kay, Jackie

London: Puffin Books, 1994 77 pages. Signed "for Colin lovely to meet you all good wishes with your poetry son of a gun! Lve Jackie x June 1997" on title page. Very slight yellowing, and very slight signs of ownership, but no specific faults. Signed by Author. Mass Market Paperback. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Tourret, Shirley. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$14.36

The Country Blues

By Charters, Samuel B.

The Jazz Book Club, 1961 203 pages. Dustcover is very worn - yellowed and stained, and has some foxing. Dustcover is torn and has some pieces missing from front and spine area, and is dog-eared at corners and edges. Book cover has large stain to top edge. Pages are a little yellowed and marked, and pages 111-114 are intact, but have come detached from rest of book, and have creased edges. Previous bookseller's prices have been written in pencil on top corner of first page and then rubbed out - slight mark remains. Slight musty smell to pages. Condition consistent with age of book. . Hard Cover. Good/Poor.

$14.36

Enoch Powell on Immigration: An Analysis

By Smithies, Bill & Fiddick, Peter

London: Sphere Books , 1969 Sphere Books, 1969. 158 pages. Book in mostly good condition. Yellowed with age but pages and covers clean. Edges a little discoloured. No pages are loose but binding is starting to show a bit between some pages. Spine is creased. Analysis of Enoch Powell's four major speeches on immigration. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket.

$18.65

An Autobiography

By Davis, Angela

Arrow Books, 1976 400 pages. Cover has some small indentations, and is yellowed with age. Edges and corners of book are bumped and a little creased. Spine is faded and has some slight marking, but is uncreased. Previous bookseller's price has been written in pencil on first page, and then rubbed out - slight mark remains. Pages very yellowed with age, but clean, neat and tightly bound. Condition consistent with age of book. The autobiography of the communist, feminist, and leader in the black revolution. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$21.53

Murder in Memphis: The FBI and the Assassination of Martin Luther King
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Murder in Memphis: The FBI and the Assassination of Martin Luther King

By Lane, Mark; Gregory, Dick

New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1993 Thunder's Mouth Press, 1993. 310 pages. Top edge a little foxed. Spine creased. Pages clean but binding coming a little loose. . Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket.

$11.48

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