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n.p. Communist Party, 1968. 8.5x14 inch staplebound packet of the collected mimeographed reports and handouts from the conference, nine individually paginated items; light edgewear. Includes Bob Lindsay's "Trade union opportunism in relation to the Black liberation movement," reports on challenges of communist organizing within Bay Area trade unions, suggestions to...
Mystic, CT: Twenty-third Publications, 1984. Paperback. 293p., wraps, previous owner's small address sticker on title page else very good condition. Father George Higgins was a Catholic priest active supporting the Farm Workers, other labor movements, civil rights and ecumenical understanding.
Golden CO: Fulcrum Publishing, 2006. xiv, 104p., profuse captioned color photos of barns wellpreserved, intact, and decayed, high-gloss paperstock throughout; first edition 9x10 inch photographic card covers, a very good copy. Includes a fullpage image of the round barn at Fountaingrove (utopian community founded by Thomas Lake Harris) opposite a....
El Cerrito: Downey Place Publishing House, 1982. Hardcover. xiii, 154p., preface, notes, bibliography, appendices, index, illustrated with b&w photos, tables, previous owner's signature in ink and in marker on paste-down, otherwise a very good first edition in cloth and gilt, unclipped, lightly-worn dustjacket with closed tear and chip.
Cordoba, Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 1980. 430p., pictorial wraps, frontis portrait, softbound in 8x6 inch decorated glossy wraps; faint scuff marks to covers with a tiny snag at the heel, textblock lightly cracked in several places within, clean and otherwise sound. One thousand copies printed; a good.....
Washington DC: The Brookings Institution, 1935. Hardcover. xvii, 468p., illustrated with tables; hardbound in 8x5.5 inch black cloth boards gilt. A good-looking volume in bright unhandled condition. Institute of economics of the Brookings Institution publication no. 61. Find quite a number of indexed references to Henry A. Wallace. From director's...
San Francisco: Scrimshaw Press, 1973. 141p., illustrated with period images (some in color) and profuse Margo Davis's black/white photography, this copy warmly inscribed, signed and dated by her. Cloth boards with plate laid down on the cover, in a lightly worn dust jacket, 10.5x12.5 inches.
New York: Praeger Publishers, 1971. Hardcover. 222p., illus., first edition, minor bumping of corners else very good condition in like dj. Mark Day, a Franciscan priest came to the farm workers in 1967 as a missionary and stayed to help with the struggle and served as editor of El Malcriado.