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West Sayville, NY: Veritas Foundation, 1964. Paperback. 354p., wraps, one corner bumped else good condition. Wide-ranging denunciation of "socialist wolves in sheep's clothing" in academia, the law, sociology, et al. Roosevelt, who was a son of Teddy Roosevelt and a fixture of the ultra-right, wrote the introduction and epilogue.
San Francisco: Daughters of Bilitis, 1963. Magazine. 28p. including covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good digest-size magazine in pictorial wraps. This issue contains a report of a gay wedding and an article "Male Impersonation on the Stage - a Brief Survey of Its Past" by Robert Liechti.Daughters of Bilitis was formed.....
Chapel Hill, NC: n.pub. [200-?]. 23p., photocopied zine in stapled wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Straight-edge, feminist anarchist zine. Explores the connection between drunkenness and patriarchal masculinity, self-defeating distraction from the struggle, etc. Includes anecdotes on how alcohol sabotaged activist work.
Orkney: Cienfuegos Press, n.d. ix, 11p., stapled wraps, 6x8.25 inches, wraps worn, wraps and top edge lightly foxed else good condition. With an introduction by Albert Meltzer, "From Loyalism to Anarchism" The Irish socialist and associate of James Connolly was converted to anarchism by his experience as commander of the.....
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1950. Hardcover. 144 p., 7.25x10.5 inches, foreword, illustrated with b&w photos, gift inscription on first free front page, blue cloth-backed boards and gilt, worn, edge-toned, and price-clipped dj in protective mylar Brodart. Paperclip indentations on top of first two pages, else good.
New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1982. Three volumes, all wraps, 8.5x11 inches, all with worn and soiled wraps, Number 3 with dog-eared bottom corner and previous owner's name in pen on front wrap, else generally good condition. Includes articles on the Iranian revolution, Poland, and the PLO.
Edmonton, Alberta: Black Cat Press, 1983. Pamphlet. 22p., stapled wraps, 4.5x7.5 inches, wraps lightly soiled else very good condition. Reprinted, with an added introduction, from The Modern Quarterly, Fall, 1932. Machajski was a Polish theorist whose unorthodox approach to Marxism served as an inspiration to anarchists for its critique of.....
Hillsboro, WV: National Vanguard Books, 1995. 211p., wraps, sunned at spine. Pocket book format. Racist, anti-Semitic, 'utopian' novel about the 'triumph' of white nationalism in America. First published in 1978. This is the second edition, sixth printing. Overall, very good condition. Andrew Macdonald was a pseudonym of William L. Pierce.....
Detroit: Labor Publications, Inc., 1985. Paperback. Two volumes [l, 311, vii, through 731p.], wraps, very good condition. Documents relating to the odd case of Alan Gelfand (perhaps a plant from the Workers League) who sued the Socialist Workers Party for expelling him and alleged that the SWP was an organization.....