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Paris: Comité Mondial contre la Guerre et le Fascisme, 1936. pp. 131-176, single issue of the staplebound journal, mild edgewear. Includes an article by "Asiaticus" on China's desire for peace, Jean Zyromski on Spain, and much discussion of the situation facing other European countries.
New York: Charlatan Stew; printed at Come!Unity Press, 1976. Pamphlet. 60p., 5.5x8.5 inch staplebound pamphlet; rubberstamp on last page indicates removal from a library; no other markings, very good. Contents originally appeared in French as LUTTES DE CLASSES EN CHINE, in No. 8 and 9 (February, 1973) of Vroutsch, Strasbourg.....
New York: Asian Conservatory Laboratory, 1966. 128p. plus 40 black and white plates, staplebound squareback wraps lightly shelfworn. ACL Symposium Series, vol. 2. Proceedings of a 1963 symposium, with pieces on the interplay of collector, scholar and conservator, the issue of forgery, and more.
Hohhot: Nei Menggu renmin chubanshe, 1983. Single issue of the Mongolian-language literary journal, Chinese title 潮洛蒙 (Chao luo meng). 336p. paperback, spine panel has a horizontal tear, otherwise very good. From the library of the noted Mongolist James Bosson, with his ownership stamps in Mongolian and Chinese on the title.....
London: Index Limited, 1961. 44p., wraps, 6 x 9 inches, wraps worn and soiled, spine chipped at both head and tail else good condition. Reprints the text of the Statement (reproduced from the booklet "36 million Communists Say..", published by the Communist Party of Great Britain) alongside anti-Communist interpretive commentary.....
Bradford, MA: Bradford College, 1975-77. Three issues of the bulletin, 5.5x8.5 inches, staplebound, minor wear and soil. Issues present are nos. 15 and 16, and under a new numbering system, vol. 6 no. 2. Includes an address by Wing-tsit Chan, "China and the West, the encounter of two great civilizations.....