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New York: The Council on African Affairs, 1944. Pamphlet. 52p., staplebound booklet, front cover has a rubberstamp stating that copies can be ordered from Workers Library Publishers, otherwise mild handling. Discusses hopes for an anti-imperialistic postwar restructuring of the continent.Pamphlet.
[New York]: Horse and Goat Peoples' Affinty Group, . Pamphlet. 56p., text reproduced from closely-printed typescript and shrunk, 8.5x5.5 inch untrimmed wraps decoratively fastened with cord, very good condition with errata slip glued onto inside rear wrap and beginning to detach. Published while Ervin was imprisoned at Leavenworth, after a......
n. pl. Self-published by the author, 2006. 150p. velo-bound 8.5 x 11 inch sheets printed on one side only. Text and scattered color photographs through page 111, then color plates and end material. "Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Masters of Art in Visual Criticism California.....
Rome: International Executive Committee of the Fourth International, 1960. One issue, 8.25x10.5 inches, 63pp., pages toned, cover wrap and first page creased, edge and shelf worn, else good condition. The magazine represented the "International Secretariat" wing of the Fourth International that included Ernest Mandel, Livio Maitan, Michel Pablo, and Pierre.....
Caracas: Fundación Afroamérica, [199-?]. 72p., wraps. On AfroCaribbean culture, by the Afro-Venezuelan musician/ethnologist/activist. The Fundación Afroamérica is dedicated to the diffusion and reaffirmation of the cultures of the African diaspora in our country but also in the Caribbean and Africa. No copies in OCLC.
Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2001. Paperback. xxv, 473p., wraps, 6x9 inches, very good first wraps printing. Harrison became one of the leading black members of the Socialist Party, then quit over its racism and became a journalist before joining forces with the Garvey movement.
London: Verso, 1998. x, 337p., boards in dj illus with 1932 painting "The ascent of Ethiopia." Nice copy of a rather ill-tempered book; Howe is prone to dismiss Afrocentric claims with derision (for the following phrase, "As history and science, this is evidently laughable," see p.273) and as being varieties.....
Detroit: Radical Education Project, 1969. 9p. staplebound pamphlet, 8.5x11 inches, date of 1969 penciled at bottom of front cover, otherwise very good. Not to be confused with the revised edition that appeared in 1970. Theoretical analysis by a former SNCC worker, critiquing black nationalist thought in the wake of the.....