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The Long March

By Fitzpatrick, Marie-Louise

Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 2001 Dustcover is a little yellowed at edges and has some scuffing and light creasing to edges. Previous bookseller's price sticker on back of dustcover. Pages are slightly yellowed at edges. Pages are clean and neat and tightly bound. Spine of book undamaged. The true story of a young Native American who, in 1847, collected money to help support the starving in Ireland. . Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$43.05

Harpo Speaks!
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Harpo Speaks!

By Marx, Harpo

Virgin Books, 2002 482 pages. Cover has some light scuffing and small indentations, and bumping to edges. Spine is creased and a little stained. Pages are a little yellowed, but all clean, neat and tightly bound. Autobiography of actor Harpo Marx, of the Marx Brothers - tracing his early life in New York, through to sucess on stage and film. Includes a selection of black and white photos from Harpo's professional and home life. Illustrated by Susan Marx, Harpo's wife. Please note - as this is a large book, postage may be more than originally listed - please contact us if you would like more information.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Marx, Susan.

$14.36

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

Comparative American Identities: Race, Sex and Nationality in the Modern Text

By Spillers, Hortense J.

London: Routledge, 1991 198 pages. Previous owner's name written on first page. Cover yellowed and with some small stains. Cover also has some scuffing and creasing, and corners are a little dog-eared. Spine bumped and creased. Pages are well-thumbed and a little marked - and creased at corners. A few random pages have had corners turned down. Some pages have previous owner's notes and passages underlined. A good reading copy. Essays on issues in cultural criticism - and on race, sex and nationality. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$14.36

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

North of the Sun: A Story of the Alaskan Wilderness

By Hatfield, Fred

Virgin Books, 1991 163 pages. Cover of book is quite worn, with some light scuffing and indentations, and some small marks/stains. Back cover has a small piece torn away. Edges and corners of cover and pages are bumped and a little creased. Spine is creased, and has a small tear to base. A postage mark (?) has been stamped in ink on the top corner of the first page. The first 5 or 6 pages have some small stains. A good reading copy. Includes black and white illustrations. A chronicle of the author's life spent in the Alaskan wilderness, hunting, gold-prospecting and raising a family. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$25.12

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

Imaging American Women: Idea and Ideals in Cultural History
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Imaging American Women: Idea and Ideals in Cultural History

By Banta, Martha

Columbia University Press, 1987 Columbia University Press, 1987. 845 pages. Spine a bit scuffed with small light creasing to top, but otherwise unbroken. Cover creased, and a little scuffed and faded. Tips and edges of pages bumped/well worn. Pages clean and tightly bound. Draws on a range of disciplines to examine ideas and attitudes about American women. Please note - this book is quite large and heavy, so the postage costs may be high - please contact us if you would like more details.. Good/No Jacket.

$14.36

Herbicides in Vietnam

By Grummer, Gerhard

The Vietnam Commission of the Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee of the GDR, 1969 191 pages. Book is very worn - cover is scuffed and faded and quite creased, particularly at corners and edges, which are a little dog-eared. Cover has some indentations and scratches. Spine is chipped and creased and bumped at corners and edges. Pages are very yellowed and well-thumbed at edges, and slightly creased and bent at corners. Pages clean and tightly bound. Slight musty smell to pages. Condition consistent with age of book. An examination of the use of chemical warfare in the Vietnam war. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$14.36

The Waste Makers
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The Waste Makers

By Packard, Vince

Pelican, 1960 Pelican, 1960. Previous owners inscription on first page, and small notes in pencil overleaf. Pages yellowed with ages - particularly around edges. Some foxing/dust marks on top and bottom of page edges. Slight indentations to front and back covers and a bit of scuffing. Light reading crease to spine. Pages clean and tightly bound. Examination of the American culture of commodification and consumerism, and the effects of mass advertising. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$11.48

Nineteeth-Century American Women Writers: An Anthology
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Nineteeth-Century American Women Writers: An Anthology

By Kilcup, Karen L.

Blackwell Publishers, 1997 Blackwell Publishers, 1997. 601 pages. Book in very good condition - spine unbroken, cover clean and aside from light scuffing and a couple of slight creases, undamaged. Pages all clean and neat. Please note - this book is quite large and heavy, so the postage costs may be high - please contact us if you would like more details. Anthology celebrating the work of acclaimed nineteenth century women writers. Collection of writings on journalism, poetry, humour, verses, fiction extracts and more. . Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.

$7.18

Making American Foreign Policy
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Making American Foreign Policy

By Holsti, Ole R.

Routledge, 2006 390 pages. Book cover is a little scuffed, and is slightly yellowed at edges. Corners and edges of book are slightly bumped and worn. Corners are slightly creased. Spine is a little yellowed, and bumped at top and bottom. Pages are a little bumped at corners, but clean, neat and tightly bound. An examination of the complex factors involved in American foreign policy decision-making. Please note - as this is quite a large book, postage may be more than originally listed - please contact us if you would like more information.. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/Good.

$15.79

Facing the Chair: Sacco and Vanzetti: The Story of the Americanization of Two Foreign Born Workmen

By Dos Passos, John

New York: Oriole Chapbooks No publication date given. 127 pages. Paper cover. Cover has some light scuffing and tanning to edges. Small scribble in ink on inside of back cover. Spine is a little marked and scuffed, but otherwise undamaged. Pages are a little yellowed and bumped at edges, but otherwise clean, neat and tightly bound. An analysis of the 'Red Scare' of 1919-1920, and of the trial of Sacco and Vanzetti.. Good/No Jacket.

$21.53

Intimate Violence Against South Asian Women in America
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Intimate Violence Against South Asian Women in America

By Dasgupta, Shamita Das [Editor]

USA: Rutgers University Press, 2007 Rutgers University Press, 2007. 305 pages. Bok in excellent condition. Very slight bumping to top and bottom of spine - but otherwise undamaged. Very small crease to top corner of cover. Bottom corner of front cover a little bumped. Previous bookseller's price has been written in pencil on first page and then rubbed out - slight mark remains. Pages all clean, neat and tightly bound. Essays from over 20 scholars and public health professionals on the challenges faced by victims of domestic violence in South Asian American communities. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.

$15.79

Monopoly Capital: An Essay on the American Economic and Social Order
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Monopoly Capital: An Essay on the American Economic and Social Order

By Baran, Paul A. And Sweezy, Paul M.

Pelican, 1968 Pelican, 1968. 390 pages. Previous owner's inscription on first page. Some light scuffing and small creases to cover, otherwise undamaged. Spine scuffed and chipped at edges, but unbroken. Pages yellowed at edges, and dust-marked at top, but all clean and tightly bound. A Marxiam investigation into the trends in the American economic and social system.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$7.18

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 Causes of World War Three

By Wright Mills, C.

Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, 1951 175 pages. Dustcover is worn and scuffed, and is bumped and creased at edges and corners. Duscover has some light marking, and is yellowed with age. Book cover is a little faded. Spine of is bumped and a little marked at edges, but otherwise undamaged. Previous owner's name written in ink on top of first page. Pages are yellowed and have some light foxing to edges. A few pages have some small creases to edges. Slight musty smell to pages. Condition consistent with age of book. Argues that the USA, like Russia, is ruled by a power elite - and examines the Cold War.. Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$18.66

The Federal Bureau of Investigation
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation

By Lowenthal, Max

London: Turnstile Press, 1951 Turnstile Press, 1951. 559 pages. Dust jacket included but is ripped in two. Discolouration to top edge. Pages yellowed but clean and no damage to binding. The creation and function of the FBI. . First Edition. Cloth. Good/No Jacket.

$25.84

People Vs. Blutcher: Black Men and White Law in Bedford-Stuyvesant
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People Vs. Blutcher: Black Men and White Law in Bedford-Stuyvesant

By Asinof, Eliot

The Viking Press, 1970 The Viking Press, 1970. 239 pages. Dustcover discoloured, torn, creased and dog-eared at edges, scuffed and with small indentations. Back and spine of dustcover stained. Pages slightly yellowed with age, and some foxing . Page edges dusty and well-thumbed. Fabric-covered binding - some yellowing to edges, but spine unbroken and title and author clear. Pages clean and tightly bound. Account of the case of a black American shopkeeper who was charged with assault in 1967, and an examination of the relationship between the police and black Brooklyn residents.. Hard Cover. Good/Poor.

$7.90

The Fateful Triangle: The United States, Israel and the Palestinians

By Chomsky, Noam

Pluto Press, 1983 481 pages. Cover is a little faded, and has some scratching/scuffing. Edges of cover and pages are bumped and creased. Spine is creased and very faded. Page edges are very marked and well worn, and have some foxing. Pages clean and tightly bound. Chomsky examines the intricacies of the US-Israeli-Palestinian relationship, including its military and economic content. Please note: as this is a heavy book, postage costs may be more than quoted on Abe - please contact us if you would like more information.. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$14.34

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