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New York and London: Routledge, 1996. Paperback. xiii, 277p., preface, introduction, summary, conclusion, recommendations, epilogue, bibliography, personal inscription signed by the author, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lesbians and gays working within the criminal justice system.
New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1988. Hardcover. 500p., illustrated with b&w photograps on inserted coated stock, hardbound first edition in clothbacked blue boards titled silverfoil and enclosed in the dust jacket. Pretty good condition; owner's name in inkpen on front free endsheet (a neat bold "Jones"), two tiny squashed-insect stains.....
Boston: the Union, 1920. 5.5x3 inches, front side printed like a business card with directions and address for sending donation checks; the back has a penned note from Daniel J.A. Kelleher dated May 21 which says "Sir, If possible have your body give financial aid the fight is on 100%.....
San Francisco: The Friends of Eldridge Cleaver, [1977?]. Pamphlet. iii, 28p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with photos, chronology, essays, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps with red & blue cover titles and photo. On Cleaver's case, with special focus on Cointelpro and its war against black communities.
Los Angeles: author, 1993. Paperback. 80p., press photography throughout, first issue glossy photographic wraps, as new. The Constantine report -- volume one. A cover list of blameworthy acronyms includes O C I D (Organized Crime Intelligence Division, C C I (Criminal Conspiracy Section), these being entities within the L A......
New York: Pathfinder Press, 1995. 79p., lightly scuffed wraps. Curtis was a packinghouse worker in Des Moines, described here as having been beaten by police for his effort to organize Mexican and Central American immigrant workers. He was jailed for rape and burglary, described here as trumped up charges.
[Ketchikan AK]: D Press, 1968. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, p., five poems facing five small silkscreened images (policeman, crucifix, nude, bird, trigram); softbound booklet in 7x5 inch stapled wraps, a homemade job with dark blue plastic-tape spine; covers mildly edgeworn, backstrip a little abraded, a very good copy. The cop is the.....
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1934. Hardcover. viii, 376p., illus., first edition, very good condition in edge worn dj with chipping along the spine, spine panel mildly dust- and handling-soiled. "An account of the veterans' bonus march on Washington in 1932, told from the point of view of the Party-led.....