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FAN THE FLAMES: A REVOLUTIONARY POSITION ON THE CHICANO NATIONAL QUESTION

by [CHICANO RIGHTS] AUGUST TWENTY-NINTH MOVEMENT (M-L)

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Np:, [1975]. 6 x 9 inches. Staple-bound pamphlet. Pictorial wrappers; 72 pages. Illustrated. Very good. Manifesto of the August Twenty-Ninth Movement (M-L), calling for an independent Chicano state on Marxist-Lenninist principles and demanding the return of Mexican terriories seized by the U.S. in the war of 1846-48. A seminal work of the Chicano rights movement. Uncommon in trade.
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FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS (UNCORRECTED PAGE PROOF)

by THOMPSON, HUNTER S

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New York: Random House, 1972. 8vo. Original printed wraps. UNCORRECTED PAGE PROOFS. Light coffee staining on rear panel. Red pen on the front cover gives a publication date of June 26, 1972. A finished first edition dust jacket is laid in. Very good. Fear and Loathing had its genesis during Thompson’s research for Strange Rumblings in Aztlan, a piece for Rolling Stone. Thompson's source for the story was Oscar Zeta Acosta, a prominent Mexican-American activist and attorney. Easier to talk on the road, Thompson and Acosta decided to travel to Las Vegas and take advantage of an assignment for Sports Illustrated. What originally was a two-hundred-fifty-word photo-caption-job for Sports Illustrated grew to a novel-length feature story for Rolling Stone. Thompson recalls that RS editor, Jann Wenner had "liked the first 20 or so jangled pages enough to take it seriously on its own terms and tentatively scheduled it for publication — which gave me the push I… Read more
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FESTIVALS AND FUNERALS

FESTIVALS AND FUNERALS

by [African-American] CORTEZ, Jayne

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New York: Phrase Text, 1971. First edition. INSCRIBED by author: "To Gwen/Keep on keepin'/Jayne Cortez. Not paginated. 8.5" x 5.5" Cream-colored glossy wraps with brown writing and drawings by Mel Edwards. Some spotting to covers, else very good. Jayne Cortez is the author of Pisstained Stairs and The Monkey Man's Wares. She is a literary and performance poet and a significant figure in the development of jazz-poetry readings and recordings. The immense reputation Cortez has garnered worldwide comes from her performances combining live music, especially jazz, with powerfully spoken poetry. The strength of her performance, however, does not detract from her achievement as a literary figure. Cortez received the Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award for excellence in literature in 1980 and the New York Foundation for the Arts Award for poetry in 1987. In addition, Cortez was twice honored with a National Endowment of the Arts fellowship. Cortez's commitment to… Read more
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FIRING LINE TRANSCRIPT: Democratic Culture with Guest Leslie Fiedler (November 15, 1974)

by BUCKLEY, William F. Jr

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Columbia, South Carolina: Southern Educational Communications Association, 1974. Very good with minor wear, fraying to back cover along spine. Non-profit Org stamp is blacked out and replaced with second Non-Profit stamp postage (assume to be an error in initial mailing). Mailing label to Notre Dame Catholic H.S. on back cover. FIRING LINE was produced and directed by Warren Steibel, Other guests on this telecast were Gerald Duchovnay, John Taylor, Steven Brodeur. Buckley was an American conservative, author and commentator. He founded the political magazine National Review in 1955, hosted 1,429 episodes of the television show Firing Line from 1966 until 1999, and was a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist. George H. Nash, a historian of the modern American conservative movement, believed that Buckley was "arguably the most important public intellectual in the United States in the past half century... For an entire generation, he was the preeminent voice of American conservatism and its… Read more
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THE FIXER

by MALAMUD, Bernard

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New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1966. First Edition. Hard Cover. 335 pages. 8vo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4". Very Good with a few scratches on cover and minor wear at top of spine. Price unclipped. $5.75. Beige cloth, stamped in blind on the board. Red and black lettering on spine. Top edge stained pale orange. Moderate underlining and two sets of notes on pages 267 & 273. This is the author's fourth novel. An important collectible volume as it is one of only four books to have won both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. The movie was directed by John Frankenheimer, with same title, starring Alan Bates, Dirk Bogarde and David Warner
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FLOATING BEAR #34

FLOATING BEAR #34

by di PRIMA, Diane (Editor)

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San Francisco: The Poets Press, [November], 1967. 24pp. Two sided, single sheets secured with two staples. A bit of yellowing to extremities. Small stain (coffee?) to three pages. This issue features “Newark Black Survival Committee” by LeRoi Jones [Amiri Baraka], along with contributions from Jack Kerouac, Jack Spicer, Keith Wilson, Gary Snyder, Stuart Perkoff, Rajkamal Chowdhury, Lorenzo Thomas, George Stanley, Frank O’Hara, Johannes Koenig, Yukiko Matsuda, Yu Suwa, Atsushi Sekiguchi, Philip Lamantia and David W. McKain. Cover by Michael Bowen. The Floating Bear was one of the most influential mimeograph magazines published during the 1960s. Edited by LeRoi Jones [Amiri Baraka] and Diane Di Prima, its pages featured many of the beat poets such as William Burroughs, Allen Ginsbeg, Charles Olson, Robert Creeley, Ed Dorn, Wallace Berman, as well as many of Andy Warhol’s Factory regulars. This “newsletter” was unique among the multiple mimeographs because of its… Read more
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS: Confiicts in the Global Village

by RODRIGUEZ Geno, Noam Chomsky, Eqbal Ahmed, Ellen Siegel, Edward W. Said, Jon Lister, Saths Cooper, Houston conwill, Cherri D. Waters

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New York: Alternative Museum, 1988. First edtion. 112 pp. 8 1/2 x 11" Stiff covers. Catalog for the 1988 exhibition at the Alternative Musuem in New York, organized by Geno Rodriguez, examining Central America, the Middle East and Southern Africa. Text by Noam Chomsky, Eqbal Ahmed, Ellen Siegel, Edward W. Said, Jon Lister, Saths Cooper, Houston conwill, Cherri D. Waters. Black and white photographs by Peter Magubani, Phil Parmet, Omar Badsha, Larry Boyd, Julian Cobbing, Lou dematteis, Said Elatab, Bill Gentile, Atsuko Otsuka, Nancy McGirr, Cedric Nunn and many others. Like New.
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THE FORTSAS CATALOGUE – A FASCIMILE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY LESSING J. ROSENWALD with the CATALOGUE DE LIVRES. D’UNE TRES-RICHE MAIS PEU NOMBREUSE COLLECTION feu M. le Comte J.-N.-A. DE FORTSAS. Provenant De La Bibliotheque

by [FORTSAS SALE HOAX] [CHALON, Renier-Hubert-Ghisiain]

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North Hills, Pa: Bird & Bull Press, 1970. Printed for the Philobiblon Club. Limited Edition. #23 of 250. 9-1/2 by 12 inches. 13 pages plus catalogue facsimile. Cloth spine with marbled paper boards. Fraying and wear to 0.5" of bottom spine, else near fine. The only facsimile of this hoax; a momento of a meeting of the Philobiblon Club in Alverthorpe Gallery in Pennsylvania, where the members were the guests of the President, Lessing J. Rosenwald. Rosenwald reproduced his copy of the Fortsas Catalogue and wrote the introduction found in this copy, adapted from the paper he read that evening. The "Avis" and the text of M. Polain's newspaper report of the sale are reproduced from the originals bound in with the facsimile copy of the Catalogue in pocket in rear. Fifteen years after the hoax (August, 1840), the printer of this catalogue, M. Hoyois wanted to reprint this highly collectible catalogue but was prevented by the courts. Instead he published a transcript of the… Read more
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FREE LEONARD PELTIER! And other Native American Struggles. Atty. Lew Gurwitz, May 7, 1992; University of Massachusetts Student Ballroom

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[Amherst]: Legal Services Center, 1992. 16 x 10 ½” Offset lithograph poster in red, blue and black, printed on heavy cardstock. Vertical fold line; one chip with a 0.75 closed tear at top and a small closed tear near bottom. One chip along upper extremity (no text loss); else very good. In 1977, Peltier was convicted of murder for a June 1975 shootout on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Tension was high at Pine Ridge since AIM’s seventy-one-day occupation of the village of Wounded Knee in 1973. During the ’75 shootout, two FBI agents were shot and killed. Peltier was convicted of killing the agents and sentenced to two consecutive life sentences. Amnesty International regarded Peliter as a political prisoner, claimimg that the government falsified evidence. Thus, his conviction should be overturned. Pelier has remained in prison and denied parole, despite heavy grassroots support and legal appeals. Signed on verso by the collector, J. W. Miller; from his… Read more
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FREE SPEECH NOW! [Occupy Wall Street)

FREE SPEECH NOW! [Occupy Wall Street)

by LMNOPI (artist)

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Brooklyn: LMNOPi, [2012]. Silkscreen poster printed on recycled paper. 25 ¼ x 12 ¾ From a drawing of an OWS activist by an OWS activist. Signed by artist. Near fine. Not in OCLC.Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was a protest movement against economic inequality that began in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street financial district, in September 2011. It gave rise to the wider Occupy movement in the United States and other countries. The main issues raised by Occupy Wall Street were social and economic inequality, greed, corruption and the undue influence of corporations on government—particularly from the financial services sector.
The OWS slogan, "We are the 99%", refers to income and wealth inequality in the U.S. between the wealthiest 1% and the rest of the population. To achieve their goals, protesters acted on consensus-based decisions made in general assemblies which emphasized redress through direct action over the petitioning to authorities.
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FREE THE WILMINGTON 10. RALLY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE U.S.A. featuring Angela Davis, Co-Chairperson – National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, Friday July 8, 1977 [poster]

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Milwaukee: Milwaukee Alliance Against Racial and Political Repression, 1977. Original, unbacked poster, 11 x 17.” Staple holes in corners with a tiny tear to upper left corner where staple was removed. Horizontal fold line, else near fine. Signed by the collector, J. W. Miller; from his collection of about 100 posters collected in the 1970s around the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The Wilmington Ten were nine young men and a woman, who were convicted in 1971 in Wilmington, North Carolina of arson and conspiracy, and served nearly a decade in jail. The case became an international cause in which many critics of the city's actions characterized the activists as political prisoners. In 1980 in Chavis v. State of North Carolina, (4th Cir., 1980), the convictions were overturned by the federal appeals court, on the grounds that the prosecutor and the trial judge had both violated the defendants' constitutional rights. In May 2012, Benjamin Chavis and six surviving members of the… Read more
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Volume 3 (May 1963)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1963. 4to. Side-stapled mimeo wraps; with illustrations. Cover by Sanders. Contributions from Peter Orlovsky, Carol Berge, Joel Oppenheimer, Ray Bremser, Taylor Mead, Jackson MacLow and others. Near Fine. Sanders sent a copy of this issue to Allen Ginsberg in India, asking Ginsberg for poems to contribute to the next issue. There was a rumor about Ginsberg being depressed in India and he later stated that receiving FY inspired him and helped him out of his depression. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg sent the poem, “The Change,” which he wrote while riding on the Kyoto-Tokyo express train in Japan. He broke down crying while writing that he was on a new path and “had returned to his body after the ecstatic years following the 1948 vision in which he had heard the ghostly voice of William Blake chanting in an apartment in Spanish Harlem. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg was now determined to live in his body and settle into a “loving mammaldom”… Read more
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Volume 4 (Summer 1963)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, [1963]. 4to.; Side-stapled mimeo wraps with illustrations on colored pages; lightly sunned edges; mild edge wear and light soiling, else near fine. Signed by Sanders on back cover. Cover art by Sanders. Sanders typed this issue in the quarters of The Living Theater in NYC, using the group’s typewriter- type stencils. Printed specifically to distribute at the Great March on Washington, August 1963 . [Sanders 48]. This is the issue that two years later would cause the raid on Peace Eye Bookstore. In the “Notes to Contributors,” Sanders announces (admittedly straying from reality) that he had the first fifty-three hieroglyphs of Akh-en-Aten’s “Hymn to the Sun Disc” tattooed on his private parts. [Sanders 49]. It was this comment that offended the raiding officer. Provocative lines such as "We Must Fuck One Another or Die!" and "Grope for Peace" are common throughout the magazine. Contributors included Sanders, Tuli… Read more
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the arts - Number 4 (The “Freaking“ Issue of F.Y)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1962. First edition. 4to. Original green mimeo wrappers. Side-stapled. Some soiling and damp staining to covers, margins and some leaves. Chip to lower right corner of front cover. ‘Chop’ of noted Beat poet John Thomas at upper right corner. Cover decorated with the peace sign surrounded by an ouroboros, with the surrounding words, “Freedom, Freaking, Fucking, Fertility” and “In this issue, MAD MEN!” Sanders recalls this issue to be the one that “brought to the fore the question of freakiness and insanity.” [Sanders,”Fug You” 19]. Contributors include: Michael McClure, John Wieners, Ed Sanders, Tuli Kupferberg, Jackson MacLow, et al. From the library of Beat Poet John Thoman
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FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Volume 3 (May 1963)

by SANDERS, Ed (Editor)

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New York: Fuck You Press, 1963. 4to. Side-stapled mimeo wraps; with illustrations. Signed by Sanders on back cover. Cover by Sanders. Near fine. Sanders sent a copy of this issue to Allen Ginsberg in India, asking Ginsberg for poems to contribute to the next issue. There was a rumor about Ginsberg being depressed in India and he later stated that receiving FY inspired him and helped him out of his depression. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg sent the poem, “The Change,” which he wrote while riding on the Kyoto-Tokyo express train in Japan. He broke down crying while writing that he was on a new path and “had returned to his body after the ecstatic years following the 1948 vision in which he had heard the ghostly voice of William Blake chanting in an apartment in Spanish Harlem. [Sanders 38]. Ginsberg was now determined to live in his body and settle into a “loving mammaldom” with mankind. Contributions from Peter Orlovsky, Carol Berge, Joel Oppenheimer, Ray… Read more
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Fourth Annual Minstrel Performance and Reception of the North Side Harmony Chorus at Eblings's...

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6 1/4" x 8.5," broadside on a fragile, newspaper-like sheet. 3 metal-clasp binding on top. Minor wear to the top edge with two tiny closed tears, else very good.An American theatrical form, popular from the early 19th to the early 20th century, that was founded on the comic enactment of racial stereotypes. Stereotypes of African Americans and their culture have evolved within American society and are largely connected to the persistent racism and discrimination faced by African Americans living in the United States.
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