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San Francisco: the Committee, 1986-88. Five issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, mostly 4 pages. Some uneven toning from having been stored together with acidic newspaper clippings (now removed). Numbers present are vol. 1 nos. 3 and 6; vol. 2 nos. 4 and 5; and vol. 3 no. 1. Coverage.....
London: the journal. Magazine. 94p., wraps, 5.75 x 8.25 inches, wraps worn and soiled, pen notation on page 1 else good condition. Cover stories: The Killing Fields of Southern Africa, The AFL-CIO and the Trade Unions in South Africa, Yhe [sic] Swapo 'Spy-Drama', Part II, Third Worldism-Albatross of Socialism.
Berkeley: Holy Fools' Press / the quarterly, 1982. 48p., untrimmed staplebound 8.5x7 inch wraps, lightest edgewear else very good condition. Christian socialist quarterly. Includes an interview with Bishop Desmond Tutu, plus poery, articles on Nicaragua and torture in El Salvador, and more.
New York: American Committee on Africa, 1964. 4p., 8.5x11 inches, creased from having been folded to fit into an envelope. First issue of the newsletter edited by Mary-Louise Hooper. Includes much discussion of South Africa's crackdown on progressive white opponents of racist government policies. Hooper, an American, had been the.....
Pretoria: South African Tourist Corporation, undated, circa 1950. Pamphlet. Single large leaf of alkaline clay-coated paperstock, printed and folded to make an upright 9x3.5 inch brochure; features color photographs and design elements. An unblemished period piece, except spiritually. Publishing date guessed from autos, which look late 1940s.
Mountain View, CA: Pacific Studies Center; Stanford chapter of Campuses United Against Apartheid, 1977. 8p., tabloid newspaper format; horizontal fold, paper evenly toned. Pamphlet by Alan Bernstein, Nina Byrne, Bob DeGrasse and Lenny Siegel describing the various ways Stanford's trustees were connected to the apartheid regime through corporations.
Pretoria: SA Observer, 1972. 16p., staplebound newsletter; slight trace of rust at the staples. "A journal for realists," by which is meant racists. Discusses Ian Smith's "signing away the white man's future" by endorsing a settlement in Rhodesia; also reprints an article by Walter Arnold arguing that racial segregation is.....
New York: Southern Africa Committee, 1982. 17p., staplebound 8.5x11 inch photoillustrated wraps, wraps worn, pages toned, address label on rear wrap else good condition. The Southern Africa Committee is or was a collective; an issue several years earlier listed them by name. Articles on South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique.....
Johannesburg: Spartacist South Africa, 2001-2009. Six issues of the staplebound periodical, very good, earlier issues evenly toned, 8.5x11.75 inches. Issued by the South African section of the International Communist League. Coverage includes domestic affairs as well as international events, with several articles about AIDS.