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Barcelona: Biblioteca Editorial Salud y Furrza, 1911. Pamphlet. 29, [iv]p., wraps and paper browned else good condition, 4.5x6.75 inches. Naquet, a former chemistry professor who became a politician, sitting on the extreme left in the French National Assembly, is most remembered for his efforts to legalize divorce.
Madrid-Las Palmas: Anuario de Estudios Atlanticos, 1957. pp.453-489, 6.75x9.5 inches, footnotes, text in Spanish, very good in chipped original wraps. Inscribed and signed by the author. An essay on the great Spanish historian and educator and his connection to the Canary Islands. Núm. 3.
Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Departamento de Antropología de España y América, 2002. 324p., wraps, very good but for rejection stamp of Harvard's Tozzer Library on flyleaf. Biblioteca de dialectología y tradiciones populares, no. 38. Interviews with Argentinian leftists who fled to exile in Spain during the late 1970s.....
Palma de Mallorca: Ediciones Amigos de la República, 1991. 80p., wraps worn with minor soiling, inscribed by Luque Paz. Works by two radical Spanish poets about Grenada, the Sandinistas, Nelson Mandela, and more. Cover depicts Reagan holding a dove puppet in one hand while his other, taloned, hand grasps at.....
Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 2003. 116p., 11.5x11 inches, text in Spanish and English (with some German and French tossed in just for the annoyance factor!) illustrated with color plates, very good catalog of an exhiobition in pictorial wraps. Part of the Spanish Art Abroad series of exhibitions.
Chicago: Proletarian Party of America, 1931. 16p., wraps edgeworn, back cover soiled and stained with blue ink, 8.75x11.75 inches. Cover cartoon by "Breit" (V. M. Breitmayer) depicting a camel as Capitalism, overloaded by various fiscal and social burdens. Includes material by Carl Berreiter on "The revolution in Spain," Stanley Novack.....