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Image for 1926 Emma Goldman Press Photo, Anarchist, Anarchy

1926 Emma Goldman Press Photo, Anarchist, Anarchy

By: Emma Goldman

Price: $50.00

Publisher: NP, N.E.A., 1926


1926 Emma Goldman Press Photo. NP: Newspaper Enterprise Association, 11 November 1926. Press photo, 24 by 19.5 cm. Light crazing and edge wear, a 1 cm edge wear in the top margin, and heavy touch-ups around Ms. Goldman’s head. NEA date stamp and “Emma Goldman / A4388” in pencil on verso. A nice image of the famed anarchist philosopher and activist. View more info

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A Tribute to George Breitman: Writer, Organizer, Revolutionary

By: Allen, Naomi; Sarah Lovell, eds. [George Breitman]

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Fourth Internationalist Tendency, 1987


Wraps, 14 by 21.5 cm, 163 pp. plus a six-page center section of photos. Very good – appears unread – with only faint signs of shelf wear to the covers. No writing, highlighting, names, or other markings. Breitman is best known for editing collections of speeches and writings of Malcolm X and Trotsky and his biography of Malcolm X. View more info

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Disarmament. It is our ONLY Civil Defense. War Resisters League Poster

By: War Resisters League

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New York, War Resisters League, [1980s]


Three-color, offset printed poster, 68.2 by 34.7 cm (26 7/8 by 13 11/16-inches), near fine. A nuclear simple is converted into a peace sign, this poster connects the antinuclear movement, the peace movement, and the then nascent movement for a non-military-based defense program. The War Resisters League was founded in 1923 by men and women who had opposed World War I, it is a section of the London-based War Resisters' International. It continues to be one of the leadi... View more info

Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare: A Guide to the Armed Phase of the African Revolution

By: Nkrumah, Kwame

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, International Publishers, 1969

Edition: First American edition


Wraps, 12.2 by 17.7 cm, [x] 122 pp. plus index. Light cover and edge wear with some faint foxing on the edges of the textblock. Nkrumah led Ghana to independence from Britain in 1957 and served as its first prime minister and president. In this volume he not only details the basic principles and techniques of guerrilla warfare, he lays out his views on imperialism, African liberation objectives, and the organization for revolutionary warfare. $30.00 First Edition. View more info

How to Make a Revolution in the U.S. - A Speech by Peter Camejo

By: Camejo, Peter

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Pathfinder Press, 1970

Edition: Fourth printing


Staple-bound wraps, 9 by 21.7 cm, 24 pp. including covers. Near fine. An abridgement of a speech delivered by Camejo at a Socialist Workers Party/Young Socialist Alliance meeting in New York 1969. Camejo (1939-2008) was a Venezuelan-American who would go on to be Ralph Nader’s running mate in the 2004 presidential election. View more info

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Jail is just a kind of warehouse for poor people. Peg Averill Poster

By: Averill, Peg; War Resisters League

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, War Resisters League, c. late-1970s


Offset printed poster, 43 by 53.2 cm (17 by 22-inches), near fine with only faint yellowing around the edges. A classic Peg Averill design via the War Resisters League, with her signature illustration style used to great effect in railing against the prison system. This poster was produced at some point in the late 1970s by the War Resisters League (WRL), for an exhibition (likely of Averill’s work) at Gallery 345, at 345 Lafayette St., NYC, right next to the Muste B... View more info

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Labor History, Fall 1978, Vol. 19 No. 4

By: Leab, Daniel J., ed.

Price: $6.00

Publisher: New York, New York University, 1978


Fall 1978, Vol. 19 No. 4. Wraps, 15.3 by 23.4 cm, pp. 486-640. Good with light wear and creases to the wraps. Includes In Defense of the Wheatland Wobblies: A Critical Analysis of the IWW in California, The Working Classes and the Temperance Movement in Ante-Bellum Boston, Labor’s Men: A Collective Biography of Union Officialdom During the New Deal Years, Annual Bibliography on American Labor History, 1977, etc. View more info

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Labor History, Spring 1978, Vol. 19 No. 2

By: Leab, Daniel J., ed.

Price: $6.00

Publisher: New York, New York University, 1978


Spring 1978, Vol. 19 No 2. Wraps, 15.3 by 23.4 cm, pp. 166-318. Good with light wear and creases to the wraps. Includes Clandestine Black Labor Societies and White Fear, The Spokane Free Speech Fight, 1909-1910: A Study in IWW Tactics, The Socialist Party of the United States, A Bibliography of Secondary Sources 1945-1974, John L. Lewis: To the Presidency of the UMWA, etc. View more info

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Las Comunidades Negras de Colombia: Pasado, Presente y Futuro [The Black Communities of Columbia: Past Present and Future]

By: Mosquera, Juan de Dios

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Pereira, Colombia, Movimiento Nacional por los Derechos Humanos de las Comunidades Negras de Colombia (CIMARRON), 1986

Edition: Second edition


Wraps, 11.5 by 16.8 cm, 164 pp. Good with light rubbing to the wraps and heavy yellowing to the leaves. There is a tax stamp or similar on the last page and a “donated by” stamp on the half-title page. No other marks or writing. Published by Movimiento Nacional CIMARRON, an Afrocolombian human rights organization that is still active. View more info

Image for Paz Justicia y Libertad / Stop the Killing / U.S. Out of El Salvador - War Resisters League Poster

Paz Justicia y Libertad / Stop the Killing / U.S. Out of El Salvador - War Resisters League Poster

By: War Resisters League

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, War Resisters League, c. 1980s


Two-color, Offset printed poster, 43 by 53.2 cm (17 by 22-inches), very good with faint edge wear and a 4 by 13 mm chip on the left edge. A vintage poster from the War Resisters League protesting US involvement in El Salvador, which likely dates it from the early- to mid-1980s. The War Resisters League was founded in 1923 by men and women who had opposed World War I, it is a section of the London-based War Resisters' International. It continues to be one of the leadin... View more info

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Press Photo of Big Bill Haywood [Industrial Workers ofthe World, I.W.W.]

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Publisher: NEA, 1926


[Bill Haywood, I.W.W.] Press Photo of Big Bill Haywood. NP: Newspaper Enterprise Association, December 16, 1926. Press photo, 12.7 by 20.2 cm. Very good with heavy touch-ups, a scratch across Haywood’s abdomen (the scratch is from the negative), and notes and N.E.A. stamp on verso. Arguably the most famous image of Big Bill. $35.00 View more info

Image for Press Photo of Rold Clemens Wagner [Red Army Faction, Baader-Meinhof Gang]

Press Photo of Rold Clemens Wagner [Red Army Faction, Baader-Meinhof Gang]

By: Keystone Press Agency

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Keystone Press Agency, Inc., 1977


Original photographic print, 6 by 8-inches. Near fine with light edge wear. A rather grainy shot of Wagner (passport or police photo?), a "second generation" member of the RAF who was suspected of being involved in the 1977 kidnapping and murder of industrialist and former SS oficer Hans Martin Schleyer. Wagner was later imprisoned for his role in a failed assassination attempt on NATO Commander Alexander Haig. Verso has the stamp of the press agency and a blurb on W... View more info

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San Diego’s Daily Impulse: A Bi-Monthly Anti-Authoritarian NewsJournal, Issue 1 [Anarchist, Punk Zine]

By: Open Road Club

Price: $65.00

Publisher: San Diego, Open Road Club, 1985


Vol. 1 No. 1, April 1 – May 31, 1985. Wraps, 21.5 by 28 cm, 8 pp. incld. covers, illus., laid-in subscription letter and anti-draft flyer (see below). Very good with minor wear. A mix of punk and anarchism, heavy on the anarchism, from the Open Road Club, “a loose network of anarchist individuals and groups.” Includes alerts (farmworker boycott, Nicaraguan invasion, and draft picket plans), a lengthy report on punks vs. police at the Anarchy ’84 Picnic, the H... View more info

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The Other Campaign – La Otra Campaña [Zapatista Movement]

By: Subcomandante Marcos; Hernández Navarro, intro.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: San Francisco, City Lights Open Media Series, 2006


Wraps, 12.7 by 17.1 cm, 174 (2) pp. Very good with light wear to the wraps and a distributor stamp on the half-title page (no other marks or writing). Text in English and Spanish. By Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos and the Zapatistas, includes “The Breaking Wave,” “Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle” and an interview with Sub. Marcos. View more info

Twenty-Two Issues of Labor Age, 1922-24, Labor Publication Society [Radical, Socialist]

By: Labor Publication Society

Price: $200.00

Publisher: New York, Labor Publication Society, 1922-24


Staple-bound wraps, 20.5 by 28 cm, 28 pp. ea., illus. All issues have cover wear and chipping, with initials or name in pencil on the front covers and additional defects as noted. The interiors are clean and complete. Included are: Jan. 1922 (covers detached, badly chipped, and bottom quarter of front cover missing), Feb. 1922 (covers detached), May 1922 (covers detached), June 1922 (covers detached with an old tape repair holding the front and back covers together), ... View more info