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Moscow: Novosti Press Agency, 1976. 44p., booklet in wraps, very good. Collection of letters from Soviet Jews voicing indignation at foreign Jews sending them "care packages" or invitations to emigrate to Israel. "All members of my family regard the sending of the parcel to my address as a provocative act.....
Moscow: Anti-Zionist Committee of Soviet Public Opinion, 1983. 55p., staplebound pamphlet, very good. Collected statements of support for the Committee's anti-Zionist campaign. Includes several Jews insisting that no "Jewish question" exists any longer in the USSR and that accusations of anti-Semitism are an imperialist plot.
San Francisco: the organizations, . 8.5x11 inch flyer, very good. Joint statement by the two organizations commending Jesse Jackson for "rightly and sincerely expressing his regret" for the infamous "Hymietown" comment, and accusing the media of hypocrisy in not reporting on anti-Semitism in the Reagan administration.
New York: The International Press, 1939. Hardcover. 184p., cloth-covered boards, 5.25x8 inches, corners bumped, boards lightly shelfworn else very good condition. No dj. Collection of essays on philosophy, religion, anti-Semitism and other topics by the Jewish poet, folklorist and essayist. Almi was born in Poland and immigrated to the United.....
Washington: New Solidarity, 1984. Single sheet of newsprint, 14.5x22 inches and folded tabloid-style to 11x14.5, printed both sides, issued as a supplement to the newspaper New Solidarity. Responds to B'nai Brith charges that Lyndon LaRouche was anti-Semitic; turns the tables by claiming that the B'nai Brith itself helped break the.....