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New York: the bookseller, 1948 or later. Pamphlet. 20p., softbound, a plain printed pamphlet in 9x6 inch orange wraps; a good clean copy into which is laid a notice reproduced from typescript that Franklin can supply (multiple sets of, as new) a four-volume catalogue of incunabula reprinted in Milano in 1948.
Melbourne: Social Democratic Group in Melbourne, 1961. 23p., 5.5x8.5 inches, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps, cover partly sun-toned. Social-Democratic Pamphlet Series, no. 1. Includes speeches by delegates from various European countries, the Jewish Bund, the Cameroon, South Vietnam and Japan.
New York: Public Affairs Committee, Inc., March 1950. Pamphlet. 32p., a few line-drawn illustrations, an 8x5 inch pamphlet in staplebound wraps. Lower corner has a light bump that affects every leaf, clean and otherwise perfectly sound. Public Affairs pamphlet no. 159. John Kenneth Galbraith, 1908-2006, cool warrior amongst the cold...
London: Socialist Review, 1994. Magazine. Eleven issues of the magazine, a complete run for the year 1994. Issues present are Numbers 171-181. Various pagination, all 8.25 x 11.75 inches. All have worn wraps, some soiling, some small stains, Number 171 with previous owner's name in pen on inside front wrap...
Moscow: Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S.S.R. Central Council of Trade Unions, 1927. Paperback. 88, [i]p., printed white wraps soiled, corner clipped out of blank rear wrap, previous owner's name on front wrap, interior clean except for a half-dozen marginal notes (relevant, written very small), overall in good condition, 5x7.....
London: International Publishing Co., 1943. 48p., 5.5x8.5 inches, preface, very good first edition booklet in stapled white wraps with red titling. Includes a preface by the Socialist Vanguard Group, plus French socialism a living force, by Félix Gouin; Role of the French working class, by Léon Morandat; A broadcast appeal.....
Phildelphia: Temple University Press, 2005. 214 p., wraps in very good condition. Labor in Crisis. A work essentially working out philosophically, drawing from the philosophies of Hegel, Heidegger, and St. Anselm, a conception of labor that transcends the concept as conceived within the paradigm of the capitalist "law of value"
Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1829. vii, 436p., preface, large folding table at rear, foxing throughout, front and rear pastedowns and free endpapers marbled, very good first edition in red half-calf over marbled boards with 3 raised bands, gilt tooling and titles, green leather spine lable gilt, top edge gilt. One...