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Berkeley: Howell-North, 1959. Hardcover. 192p., 14x10.75 inches, oblong, introduction to the 1959 edition, very good facsimile edition of the 1880 original, illustrated throughout with good copies of a map in colors, b&w lithos, plates, figures and tables. Oblong casebinding in black buckram and gilt. Previous owner's bookplate (a nice one)...
New York: Far East Reporter / Maud Russell Publisher, . 63p., 2 line maps, glossy coated paperstock throughout, staplebound 8 x 5.5 inch wraps. Occasional mild handling stains and light edgewear, quite sound. In essence an appraisal of the chances of various communist parties to take power, as was the case in China.
Cambridge [UK]: The Anarchist Encyclopaedia c/o Cambridge Free Press, 1986. 11p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches. The anarchist encyclopaedia, folio 2, March 1986. "In the following four essays on education published in Egalite (Geneva) between July and August 1869, Bakunin argues that where there exists differing degrees of education, class society is...
Budapest: The Hungarian State Publishing House, 1950. Paperback. 309p., a few inserted plates (fuzzy courtroom pix), paperstock is uniformly browned and tending towards the fragile, wraps with tears at spine ends. Materials "from the office of the state prosecutor in Budapest." Title reflects a presumed English-speaking audience-interest as regards this...
New York: Published for the Socialist Workers Party by Pioneer Publishers, 1954. Pamphlet. 15p., wraps, paper browned else good condition, 5.5x8 inches. Reprints articles by James P. Cannon, Duncan Ferguson, Jean Blake and others from the February and March 1954 issues of the Militant.
New York: Amtorg Trading Corporation, 1929. Pamphlet. 34, [iii]p., 6x9 inches, stapled pamphlet, tables, wraps slightly soiled, slight curl to top right corner, else very good. Smudged stamp of Rand School of Social Science, Labor Research Department on front cover along with "Soviet Bus" handwritten in red pencil. Detailed summary...
[San Juan, PR & Chicago, IL]: Editorial Coqui & Puerto Rican Cultural Center, 1977. Paperback. 218p., wraps lightly toned else very good condition. Includes the 1937 Hays Report on civil rights in Puerto Rico, a selection of materials by Vito Marcantonio, and more recent material by and about Puerto Rican political prisoners.