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Saint Petersburg: Petrograd Regional Committee of the Party of Socialists-Revolutionaries, 1917. Four-page newspaper, fold-creased, paper toned, edgeworn. Single issue of the paper, issued at its high point before the split between Bolshevick and anti-Bolshevick factions in the Party.
Chicago: The Daily Worker Society, 1924. Magazine. pp. 2-96, wraps, extensive art work, photos and drawings throughout, covers detached but present, small tears in same, shelf worn and edge worn, 8.5x10.5 inches. First issue. Includes: “Let’s March With Them” [Soviet Russia] — Moissaye J. Olgin, “The Workers Party to the.....
Paris: Editions Sociales, 1957. 184 + p., 4.75 x 7.5 inches, frontispiece portrait of Armand, wraps worn, pages evenly toned, leaves unopened else very good condition. Text in French. Biography of Armand, a French-Russian feminist, revolutionary, Bolshevik politician, and close friend of Lenin.
n.p. 1921. 70p., staplebound booklet, later bound into buckram boards; the pamphlet is worn with several old paper tape repairs to torn pages. Ownership signature of the anarchist Beatrice Levine. This first edition is far more scarce than the second edition published later the same year. Attacks Robert Minor for.....
Bern. Over Lenin's printed signature, which is datelined 9 Oktober. Double-column newsletter on newsprint. 4p. Four leaves of 14x9 inch flimsies printed recto only (i.e., 4p.), folded twice rather sharply. Very acidic, toned, and fragile, with pin-hole perforations at intersecting lines and a quarter-inch split at one margin of last.....
Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, 1948. Paperback. xxxii, 228p., sewn softbound, a small trade paperbound, 7.5x4.5 inches; in French. Signatures opened neatly throughout. Spine panel is wrinkled and has a 3/4 inch chip-loss at the tail and a short split in the joint adjacent to the chip. Paperstock is faintly and.....
Glasgow, Scotland: The Anarchist Federation (Glasgow Group), [c1940]. Pamphlet. 23p., staplebound pamphlet, 5.5x8.25 inches, wraps worn and soiled with a few small rust stains, staples rusted else very good condition. Later reprinting of a pamphlet first printed in English in 1935 by the Free Society Group of Chicago. Brief forword.....
London: Merlin Press, 1948. 80p.., wraps, one corner-tip bumped; cover wrap creased and worn, written in 1938. "Lenin's Leftwing Communism: An Infantile Disorder was directed first of all against the spokesmen of the [Workers'] Councils, of whom Pannekoek was one of the most prominent"