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Berkeley, CA: Bay Area Spartacist League, 1968. Single issue of the newsletter, printed on a single sheet folded to make 4-panel brochure, very good. Includes critical discussion of the Peace and Freedom Party, predicting that it will coalesce into a reformist, third capitalist party.
Berkeley, CA: Bay Area Spartacist League, 1970. p., 6.75x905 inches, illus., single issue of the newsletter, printed on a single sheet folded to make 4-panel brochure, top two corners neatly clipped off with no loss of text, vertically creased else very good. Cover story is "Stalinism Attacks the Left", with.....
Berkeley, CA: Bay Area Spartacist League, 1966. 4p., 6.75x905 inches, illus., single issue of the newsletter, printed on a single sheet folded to make 4-panel brochure, mild bit of edgewear above the logo, else very good. Issue theme: "Radical Students and the Revolutionary Party." Appears to have been issued in.....
New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1969. 31p., wraps, 8.25x10.5 inches, illus., "Trotskyist" written in red colored pencil on table of contents else very good condition. Cover story is "The Reemergence of Stalin", plus articles on the revolutionary socialist movement in Poland, Zionism, the Mexican student movement, and more.
New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1969. 31p., wraps, 8.25x10.5 inches, illus., lightly worn, small stain on rear wrap else very good condition. Cover story is "The Reemergence of Stalin", plus articles on the revolutionary socialist movement in Poland, Zionism, the Mexican student movement, and more.
San Francisco, CA: W. E. B. DuBois Clubs of America, 1965. 31p., staplebound magazine, mild toning and handling wear. Cover art by Frank Cieciorka is titled "Pox Americana," depicting a skeletal Uncle Sam. Includes articles on local organizing, opposition to the war in Vietnam, and more.
San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1969. 20p., folded tabloid, illus., lightly worn and toned, 1 inch closed tear along bottom edge of front wrap, front wrap unevenly browned, else good condition. Left political underground paper published for national readership. This issue features lengthy analysis of the student strike at S.F......
New York: New York Student Federation Against War, Socialist Club of Roosevelt College, Politics Club of University of Chicago, 1953. 31p., 8.5 x 11 inches, wraps worn and unevenly toned, pages toned, else good condition. Stories include "Eisenhower: Messiah or Mistake?", "Purge & Pogrom in Stalin's Paradise", "Cry the Beloved.....
Bronx, NY: the Co-op, 1968. Underground newspaper by students at the Bronx High School of Science; mimeographed on both sides of a single 10x14 inch sheet, folded into quarters with a closed tear at one edge, minor soil. Penned note at bottom of one side states "'Authorized' dissident newspaper." Not.....
Binghamton, NY: Off Campus College Meeting, SUNY Binghamton, 1998. 62p., wraps, printed on newsprint, 8.5x11 inches, wraps worn and vertically creased, address written in pen on rear wrap, remains of tape used to hold shut for mailing, else good condition. Well-produced journal with discussion of current events, the prison-industrial complex.....
Berkeley: author, 1967. 1p, 8 x14 inches, condemns Governor Ronald Reagan's plan to lower taxes for corporations, raise tuition, impose sales taxes, and cut back poverty programs; calls for a rally, presumably on campus at UC Berkeley. Probably written February 1967. Caricature of mean-looking Reagen at top.
[San Francisco]: [SF State campus branch, PLP], . 8.5x14 inch sheet mimeographed both sides, single horizontal fold crease, otherwise very good. Discusses Stop the Draft Week and the competing campus factions pulling for different strategies; criticizes the steering committee for focusing on tactics "which resemble some form of pop-art guerrilla.....
Berkeley: Center for Participant Education, UC Berkeley, 1970. [22 p.], wraps, very good on lightly toned newsprint. Course catalog for the far-out classes offered by CPE. You could get college credit for hanging out with the Red Guards in Chinatown or the Mission rebels, or learn about "Revolutionary first aid.".....