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Chicago: Office of International Criminal Justice. The University of Illinois at Chicago, 1993. Hardcover. 232p., slight dampstain to gutters of leaf 57-58 else a good copy in every respect (but lacks the dust jacket), second (revised) printing. Good (good-only) copy. Focuses primarily on blacks, gays and Jews.
New York: Board of Higher Education, 1948. Pamphlet. 20, p., staplebound pamphlet, faint vertical crease, mild handling wear. Knickerbocker was charged with discriminating against Jewish students. This report, published after some 2,000 students held a sit-in to demand his removal from the faculty and after CCNY administrators suspended classes, attempts.....
New York: the magazine, February 1969. Newspaper. Single leaf folded once to make 4p., paperstock browned. Find encounters with Kahane, grumpy poem and essay by an African American male, sketch of Hitler enjoying "real Jewish rye" A Realist supplement, free to subscribers. Cover story.
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1931. Hardcover. 314p., first edition in 8x5 inch grey cloth boards lettered red (top edge tinted red, a nice production) and enclosed in an interesting dust jacket. Book itself is perfectly sound, clean and unmarked, and while the dj is a bit edgeworn.....
Reseda, CA: Our Lady's Crusaders, . Pamphlet. 24p. staplebound pamphlet, very good. Argues that much of the Catholic Church has become bound by Internationalism, occultism, progressive education, UNESCO, etc., while "Zionist intrigues" led the US to turn against the Catholic countries of Europe.
New York: Schocken Books, 1948. Hardcover. 128p., small hardbound book in 7.5x4.5 inch black cloth boards gilt and enclosed in the dust jacket. A fresh-looking copy with just the slightest edgewear, having been protected by the largely intact dust jacket, itself worn, rubbed and chipped. Front free endsheet has a......
[Chicago]: n.pub. [1942-?]. Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, very good, 7.5x10.5 inches. No publisher stated, but we know that at least one distributor was the Anti-Defamation League. Chicago union bug on rear panel. Reprint of a sermon by the Congregational minister. "Dr. Henry Smith Leiper's recent sermon at First Presbyterian Church here.....
New York: American Jewish Labor Council, 1948. Pamphlet. [32p.], staplebound booklet, minor corner wear, otherwise very good. Lists frequently heard anti-Semitic tropes, and seeks to counter them by describing Cohens from various walks of life. Concludes with an appeal to get local unions and other organizations to pass rules banning.....
Los Angeles: Holloway House Publishing Company, 1961. Mass Market Paperback. 224p., sketch illustrations scattered throughout, a cheaply gotten-up production that is quite uncommon, probably way outpublicized by the Hannah Arendt coverage but -my goodness- Holloway House on antisemitism? a genuine collectable. Good copy, too: a bit edgeworn and rubbed, square.....
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1970. Hardcover. xxxiv, 547p., tables, first edition, corners bumped else very good condition in an unclipped and edgeworn dust jacket. Review copy with slip laid in. Vol. 5 in a series based on the University of California Five-Year Study of Anti-Semitism in the United.....
New York: Harper Brothers, 1949. Hardcover. xvii, 164p., previous owner's label on front pastedown endpaper, else very good later printing in a price-clipped and edgeworn dj. Studies in Prejudice. Study of Father Charles E. Coughlin, Elizabeth Dilling, William Dudley Pelley, Gerald L.K. Smith, Gerald B. Winrod, and others.