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London: the journal, February 1990. 94p., professionally-printed 8.25 x 5.75 inch stiffish glossy wraps; very faintest signs of handling, in fact as new. Cover stories relate conditions for SWAPO prisoners in Namibia, Angola, and if surviving, back in society. Torture, murder, forced video-taped confessions. Contents : Leon Trotsky's article, "Remarks...
Changchun: Changchun Jilin ren min chu ban she, 1979-1981. Nine issues of the journal known in English as "Social Sciences Front;" whole numbers 6-10, 13-16. Generally very good condition, with corner wear to three issues and a vertical bend in the textblock of number 15. Text in Chinese, with occasional...
New York; Durham, NC: the journal; later issues from Duke University Press, 1984-93. Eleven issues of the journal, generally very good, minor underlining or wear to a couple of issues. Numbers present are 11, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25/26, 29, 31/32, 33, and 37. Contributors include Edward Said, Anne McClintock, Mike Davis, Stanley Aronowitz, Cornel West and many others.
London: Lawrence & Wishart, no date (late 1930s). 62p., letterpress, staplebound 7.25 x 4.75 inch plain printed wraps. Staples slightly rusted, edges mildly worn and foxed with a small irregular tab where a gathering was opened roughly, blank lower wrap bears some pencilled arithmetic. From five to ten excerpted paragraphs...
Los Angeles: University of Southern California, School of Politics and International Relations; Von KleinSmid Institute of International Affairs, 1968-1970. Magazine. Five issues of the quarterly journal; issues present are vol. 1, no. 1/2; vol. 2 no. 2; and the full volume 3 (1970). Very good. Having been launched around the...
Springfield, MA: Subject, 1989. 42p., staplebound journal, 5.5x8.5 inches; return address has been crossed out and an Arizona address penned in; otherwise very good. Discussions of critical theory and feminism, along with a six-page excerpt from Raymond Luc Levasseur's opening trial statement.
London: Theoretical Practice, 1972. 48p., single issue of the journal, very good in staplebound wraps. Includes "Lenin and the agrarian question in the first Russian Revolution" by Barry Hindess, "Theoretical remarks on the theory of the transition from feudalism to capitalism" by Anthony Cutler and John Taylor, and "The concept...
London: Theoretical Practice, 1973. 96p., single double-length issue of the journal, very good in staplebound wraps, mild crimp at spine. Includes "The Conditions of Marx's Scientific Discovery: on the new definition of Philosophy" by Louis Althusser; "Lenin/Hegel/Marx" by Dominique Lecourt; "Statement on the Question of Philosophy for a Theory of.....
Havana: Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, 2004. Magazine. 66p., stapled magazine in 11x8 inch wraps, spinefold mildly abraded, a very good clean copy. Special issue on Ernesto Che Guevara, includes a fifteen pages of color reproductions of various Che posters done in Cuba.
London: Martin Lawrence, 1934. Pamphlet. 32p., stapled wraps, 6 x 9.75 inches, charts, graphs, wraps worn, soiled, and sun-faded, pages lightly toned, else good condition. This Modern World: Part 1: Political Education. "This course...answers in the plainest possible manner the queries we all want to know about the Crisis and...
n.p. No New Ideas Press, . Pamphlet. 15p., 5.5x8.5 inches, staplebound, wraps, Everyday Life in the Cybernetic Desert, 2. Anonymous author brandishes pomo graduate degree in battle against reality as it is. Influenced by anarchism and situationism. Melange of critiques of cyber reality.
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1963. 36p., wraps, paper lightly browned else very good condition, 5x7.25 inches. Pamphlet-style reprint of an editorial from Renmin Ribao (People's Daily) criticizing the secretary general of the French Communist Party. Includes brief discussion of the American U-2 spy plane incident, and much about Albania.