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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.


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.


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.


The British State
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The British State

By Harvey, James and Hood, Katherine

Lawrence & Wishart, 1958 Lawrence & Wishart, 1958. 288 pages. Dustcover has lots of foxing, and some scuffing and marking to back. Book has lots of foxing to page edges, and some to insides of pages. Pages all clean and tightly bound. Aside from bumping at corners and bottom of spine, book cover is in very good condition, and spine is unbroken. A comprehensive study of the organisation of the British State.. Hard Cover. Good/Fair.


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.


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.


War and the International: a History of the Trotskyist Movement in Britain 1937-1949

By Bornstein, Sam; Richardson, Al

Socialist Platform , 1986 Socialist Platform, 1986. 252 pages. Book is in excellent condition. No damage to pages, covers, edges or spine. A very small yellowing at the corners of a few pages. A history of the Trotskyist movement in Britain 1937-1949. Sequel to 'Against the Stream'.. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.


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.


Race Relations in Britain
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Race Relations in Britain

By Chater, A.

London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1966 Lawrence and Wishart, 1966. 64 pages. Slight scuffing and marking to cover. Spine a little creased but unbroken. Pages bumped at corners and slightly yellowed with age, but clean and tightly bound. Examination of the causes of modern racial prejudices in Britian.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.


William Morris: Designs and Patterns
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William Morris: Designs and Patterns

By Gillow, Norah

London: Studio Editions , 1990 Studio Editions, 1990. 40 full colour plates. Pages measure 38cm x 28cm. Book is in excellent condition and the colour quality of the plates is very good.The first four pages have very slight rough edges at the outside edge but this does not affect the text or the plates. No damage to cover or pages and all are very clean and tight. Spine has no creasing. Introduction to Morris by Norah C. Gillow, Keeper, William Morris Gallery London, November 1987. Postage may be higher than Abe quote due to size of book. Please contact us if you need shipping cost in advance of purchase. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.


An Outline History of the British Empire from 1500 to 1911

By Woodward, William Harrison

Cambridge University Press, 1912 241 pages. Cover very worn and stained, and edges and corners bumped and creased. Pages yellowed with age, and have some foxing and water stains. Notes written by previous author on inside of front cover and on first page have been scribbled out in ink. Notes by a previous owner written in pencil on last (blank) page - and notes written on inside of back cover. Previous owner has also made notes in pencil on certain pages. Book includes a selection of small pull-out maps - one of which appears to be missing, possibly cut out by previous owner. Ex libris: Joseph H. Sayle - railway worker, trades unionist - and father of writer and comedian Alexei Sayle! Joseph Sayle's name and address (17 Robson St, Liverpool) written in ink on first page. Condition consistent with age of book. A history of the British Empire, from 1500 to 1911.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket.


A Short Story of the Seaport Liverpool

Liverpool: Mersey Docks & Harbour Board Mersey Docks & Harbour Board. 32 pages. Pages all clean but yellowed with age. Staples holding booklet together have rusted and stained the middle pages a little. Cove is intact but very raggedy at all edges, partly because it is larger than the inner pages. A history of the port of Liverpool with photographs. . Pamphlet. Fair/No Jacket.


Pioneers and Perseverance: a History of the Royal School for the Blind, Liverpool 1791 - 1991 a Bicentennial Celebration

By Royden, Michael W.

Wirral: Countyvise, 1991 Countyvise, 1991. 320 pages. Book is in very good condition. Pages and edges are clean and binding is intact. Front and back covers are yellowed with age and front cover has a small crease at the bottom corner. Spine is uncreased. A history of the Liverpool Blind School and Edward Rushton. Over 100 illustrations. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket.


Children of the Blitz

By Blasbery, Ken

Ken Blasbery Ken Blasbery/Northern Publishing Service, no date given. 104 pages. Book in excellent condition - all pages, edges and cover clean and tightly bound. Spine uncreased. Blasbery's memories of being a schoolboy in Merseyside during the Second World War. . Gift By Author. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.


The Million Pound Strike

By Arnison, Jim

Lawrence & Wishart, 1971 Lawrence & Wishart, 1971. 85 pages. Book in very good condition. Covers and top edge yellowed with age and edge a litle discoloured. Binding tight and spine uncreased. Previous owners name written in first page. Explores the 1967-68 strike at the Roberts-Arundel works in Stockport. . Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket.


Fylde Folk: Moss or Sand

By Eyre, Kathleen

Kathleen Eyre , 1970 Kathleen Eyre, 1970. 104 pages. Book is in mostly good condition.The corners, edges and covers are quite bumped with age and discoloured. The title page has been cut at the top corner. Spine is a little bumped but not creased or broken. Binding and pages are good. A history of people living along the Lancashire coast from the 1830's onwards. Plenty of photographs and drawings. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket.