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Athens: Geog Chambas, 1986. 95p., very good in lightly scuffed wraps; not found in OCLC. Text in Greek, aside from title. Articles on the Arena Collective, the Portuguese revolution, worker organizing in Japan, a comic stript titled "Son of Xerox" featuring a transgendered fugitive killed by police, and more.
St. Gallen: Roten Falken, 1948-1951. Twelve issues of the digest-sized German-language monthly magazine of the Swiss branch of the Red Falcons, a socialist children’s organization established in 1925. Issues present are February and May 1948, March, April, May, June, July/August, and November 1949, September and December 1950, and June and...
Paris: World Federation of Trade Unions, . 759p., texts in English throughout, 9.5x6.3 inch plain printed wraps; printed cover leaf detached and fragmentary, adjacent leaf (the frontis) is chipped and nearly detached, back wrapper and spine panel are chipped, item is generally acidic and fragile. Text is entire save for...
Moscow: 1936. 22p., mimeographed pages stapled at left, ex-library with stamp on front cover, strip of paper inscribed "Stakhanov movement" pasted to lower left corner. Edgeworn, paper toned, front cover held on by only one staple. Paeans to Stakhanovite workers and the glorious metal industry.
London: Young Communist International, 1924. 32p., staplebound magazine, about 10x12 inches; paper toned, some edgewear, generally very good. Includes a piece by Musin (Tan Boling) about the civil war in China; discussion of issues facing local communist organizations in various countries, and more.
Marlborough: the newspaper, 1926. Approximately 5x8 inch card, crudely printed one side, minor pen notes. Printed on the second day of the General Strike, when paper supplies and labor had been cut off. The news was boiled down to its bare essentials: abbreviated and typo-ridden notices on the results of...
London: Larry O'Hara, 1997-2003. Three issues of the 8x11.5 inch, large-format zine focusing on parapolitics (hidden conspiracies, covert operations). 35, 43, and 63 pages respectively, the last issue with crinkled cover. On government infiltration of left groups, spies in UFOlogy, and more.