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New York: National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, 1944. 47p., staplebound pamphlet, some toning, together with folded cover letter from Mary McLeod Bethune on behalf of the National Nonpartisan Committee for the Re-election of Roosevelt, signed in pen (apparently by a secretary).
Vancouver: Left Caucus of Law Students, 1970. [8p.], 8.5x11 inches, wraps, paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Black and white photos. "This pamphlet is meant to be a basic legal guide to the rights of people." Advice on civil liberties, resisting police trying to overextend their authority, etc.
New York: Spiess, [ca. 1920]. 7x10 inch thin card with a intaglio cartouche pressed in blind, this frames a 4.25x6.25 inch sepia photo-portrait of Stedman appearing as he did in his 1920 campaign as the Socialist Party's vice presidential candidate alongside Eugene Debs. Nice clear resolution. Signed by the photographer...
London: Acab Press, 1990. 69p., illustrated with documents and on the spot photographs; high-gloss color photo 8.25 x 5.75 inch wraps with a wraparound shot of cops attacking, very faint signs of handling. "After we have met our costs, all proceeds from the sale of this pamphlet will go to...
Washington, D. C. Center for National Security Studies, 1976. 12p., staplebound 11x8.5 inch self-wraps, chart and a couple of political cartoons, mildest signs of either handling or age. The Center was staffed by center-left persons like Robert Borosage, Morton Halperin and John Marks.
Barcelona: Establecimiento Tipografico de Narciso Ramirez, 1860. Pamphlet. 18p., softbound sewn into plain unprinted pink wrapper (appears original, as does the fastening thread), 10x6.5 inches, title page employs different fonts and a decorative woodcut (1 x 1 1/2 inches, shows engine and cars steaming through the countryside), alkaline paperstock with...
London: H. M. Stationery Office, 1945. 48p., 6 x 4 inch decorated blue wraps staplebound, faintest signs of handling. --doubtless not merely informative but an attempt to keep the wartime administration in power through assurances, and just the occasion to quote Eliot: "When Lil's husband bot demobbed, I said-- "I...
San Francisco: The California Weekly, 1910. 54p., 6x9 inches, preface, index, very good first edition booklet in staplebound wraps. The Oliver Grand Jury's findings resulted in the 1906-1910 bribery prosecution of San Francisco mayor and union musician Eugene Schmitz of the Union Labor Party (ULP), ULP kingpin Abe Ruef, and...