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London: ICC, 1980. Magazine. 32p., 8.25x11.75 inches, staple-bound, very good. Journal of the ultra-left council communist tendency. This issue has analysis of events in Poland and Bolivia, and on Sylvia Pankhurst. Polemics against the 4th International, Feminism, the U.S. presidential election ("clown-show"), and the Labour Party.
London: Artists' International, 1934. Booklet containing eighteen mimeographed full-page cartoons, each with a smaller explanatory sheet preceeding it, and unnumbered pages introducing the 1934 Hunger March, the employment bill it is protesting, and a list of demands. The outer wraps, oversize (8.75x11.25), have tears and chipping all around the edges;...
Rome: Attardi and UIL, 1980-1. Two etchings of a montage of male and female faces, 13.5x19.5 inches, signed and numbered xxx/xxx and lxi/vc. Latter etching is basis for a 3-color offset poster, also 13.5x19.5 inches, for 8th congress of the UIL, Unione Italiana del Lavora (Italian Labor Union), "Anni 80.....
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1982. xvi, 335p., illustrated with a period photo section on unglazed stock and many line drawings; first American edition, hardbound in cloth boards and dust jacket. Jacket a little edgeworn, spine panel mildly sunned, a clean, sound, very good copy.
Nottingham: Institute for Workers' Control, 1983. Pamphlet. 16p., 6x8.25 inches, stapled pamphlet with light toning to first and last pages, else very good. Mimeoed form letter asking for subscription renewal laid-in. Text was originally a George Woodcock Memorial Lecture delivered at Leicester University on Thursday 17 March 1983.
London / Amsterdam: Resistance Books / International Institute for Research & Education, 2011. Paperback. 202p., softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch glossy decorated wraps. Cover and textblock have a deep corner crease affecting the first ninety pages; otherwise expect mildest edgewear. No markings within, a clean copy with a bad crease.