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Tokyo: Doyusha, 1948-49. Two volume history of the labor movement in Japan, 195 and 232 pages respectively, pages evenly toned, decorative ownership stamp of Berkeley political scientist Robert A. Scalapino on front endpapers, otherwise very good in wraps. Text in Japanese. The author was deputy general secretary of Sanbetsu, a....
Washington DC: U.S. Department of Commerce / Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information / Joint Publications Research Service, 1966. Second printing; 163p., text xeroxed from typed mss, softbound as a 11x8.5 inch side-stapled textblock under a skyblue printed cover sheet; no back cover, as issued. Somewhat edgeworn with marginal...
New York: SOHO, 2007. Hardcover. 239p. first printing. Inscribed and signed by McCunn on the front free endpaper. Very good in like jacket. "Ah Lung and his beloved wife, Bo See, are separated by a cruel fate when, like thousands of other Chinese men in the nineteenth century, he is...
Mansfield Depot, CT: Philippines Research Center, [1975?]. 35p., staplebound pamphlet, very good; 5.5x8.5 inches. The general line of the articles is Maoist, close to the KDP in the US. Includes articles by a number of Filipino and Filipino-American activists, including Walden Bello and Gemma Cruz Araneta, a former Miss World.
Mansfield Depot, CT: Philippines Research Center, [1986?]. 15p., staplebound pamphlet, very good; 5.5x8.5 inches. Small bookstore label inside front cover. Undated, but ends with an ad for "Crisis in the Philippines," published in 1986. By the Filipino Maoist leader, reprinted by supporters in the US.