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London: Comedia and Photography Workshop, Co:publishers, 1986. Paperback. 198p., large softbound, paperback in 11x8 inch decorated wraps. Covers faintly toned, three tiny dog-ears inside (now unfolded), a sound very good copy perfectly clean within. "..a collection of articles, photographic projects and working papers which address the politics and sexual politics...
Paris: Ombre Heretique, 1984. Pamphlet. 39p., softbound, a stapled pamphlet in 5.5x8.2 inch untrimmed wraps, bears a pencilled disagreement in French at p.3, and the ownership signature of a knotty American (Stephen Schwartz) on first page. Covers bear a little handling soil and a couple tiny light stains, a good copy.
London: International Communist Current, 1978. Magazine. 40p., 8.25x11.75 inches, staple-bound, small closed tear on front wrap at top of spine, else good condition. Journal of the ultra-left council communist tendency. Cover story on French and Belgian military intervention in Africa, plus a report on India, a story on May 1968...
London: International Transport Workers Federation, 1996. Magazine. [3 publications] 50p., unpaginated, 41p., matching pictorial wraps, illus., staple-bound, 8.25x11.75 inches, very good. Three oversized booklets issued for the ITF's 100th congress, setting out the scope of the congress, its historical background, and prospects for labor organizing and collaboration on an international scale.
[New York-?]: Federation of Iceland Co-Operative Societies, 1950. 18p. of text about the history and contemporary status of the Cooperative movement, followed by 11 pages of statistical appendices; mimeographed, wraps bound with cloth tape, as issued. Edgeworn, lower portion curled. Laid in is an edgeworn mimeographed cover letter on the...
London: European Nuclear Disarmament / Palach Press Ltd., 1983. Pamphlet. 75p., 5.75x8.25 inches, stapled pamphlet, very good. "A collection of documents from Charter 77 and others, made available by Palach Press and END to stimulate discussion within the peace movement." -- From the title page.