Progressive Labor Party
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Brooklyn, NY: Progressive Labor Party, 1975. Magazine. 96p., wraps, illus., 8.5x11 inches, pages toned, rust to staples, toning to covers, some mustiness and liquid stains, a reading copy. Includes "Fascism and Busing in Boston," "Organize On-the-Job Struggle," and most notably, "The History of the PLP, Part One" the party's version.....
Brooklyn, NY: Progressive Labor Party, 1976. Magazine. 96p., pages toned, wraps worn, else good condition. Cover story on the history of facism and anti-facist organizing, plus articles on the history of Chinese immigrant laborers in California, Zionism, organizing amoung hospital workers, and more.
Brooklyn, NY: Progressive Labor Party, 1971. Magazine. 88p., pages toned, wraps worn and unevenly toned, small closed tear at bottom of front wrap, underlining in red pen on a few pages, else good condition. Contents include an editorial on the energy crisis, articles on auto and steel workers, an article.....
Brooklyn, NY: PLP, [197-?]. 14p.,4.5x8.25 inches, illustrated with political cartoons (one featuring Nixon) and b&w photos of strikers and marchers with placards, paper evenly browned otherwise a very good pamphlet in stapled pictorial wraps on newsprint. Cover photo of 1970 wildcat strike by postal workers.
Los Angeles: Progressive Labor Party, . 4p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together at upper left corner, paper is toned and crinkled, with small edge tears. A reference copy only. On the case of Alabama-born Watts activist and PLP member John Harris, arrested by the LAPD on a criminal syndicalism charge.....
Boston, MA: Progressive Labor Party, 1975. Handbill printed on one side of a legal-size pink sheet, announcing a march planned to pass through the South Boston neighborhood where anti-busing riots had taken place. Also included is an edgeworn 8.5x11 inch flyer with different text announcing the same march.