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Leningrad: Aurora Art Publishers, 1985. 259p., color plates on glazed stock, double-column text (with sidebars) on matte brown stock, decorated 14x10 inch boards. Corners slightly scuffed with a small ding to spine panel, faint foredge smudge, lacks the jacket, otherwise a very good copy.
Bremen, Germany: 8 March Women's Organization (Iranian-Afghanistani), 2007. Magazine. 20p., 8x11.5 inch sheets stapled at upper left, text in English and Farsi, illustrated with color photos, computer-printed format, very good. Single issue of the Communist Feminist quarterly published in exile.
New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1980. Four volumes, all wraps, 8.5x11 inches, all with worn wraps, Number 2 with water damage along bottom edge, Number 3 with some small stains on rear wrap, else generally good condition. Volume one on Maurice Bishop & the revolution in Grenada with articles by.....
San Francisco: Socialist Viewpoint Publishing Association, 2001-2004. Seventeen issues of the glossy magazine, published by the Trotskyist group led by Nat Weinstein that split from Socialist Action. Very high production quality, which they could afford due to a supporter's early and rewarding affiliation with Apple computers. Issues present are vol.....
San Francisco: Socialist Viewpoint Publishing Association, 2002-2003. Six issues of the glossy magazine, published by the Trotskyist group led by Nat Weinstein that split from Socialist Action. Very high production quality, which they could afford due to a supporter's early and rewarding affiliation with Apple computers. Issues present are vol.....
New York: Bloomsbury, 2005. xi+339p., map, fine first US edition in dj, signed by author Akbar. The author's father sold his Hip-Hop clothing store in Oakland after 9/11 and returned to Afghanistan to become President Hamid Karzai's chief spokesman. Said visited over three consecutive summers recording his travels on a......
Liberty: Short Mountain Collective, 2001. Magazine. 48p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, photos, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Rustic Fairy Dreams aka Radical Faerie Digest. Magazine emphasizing communal aspects of rural gay life. Cover story on the Castro Street fair and the bombing of Afghanistan.
Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1980. Paperback. 158p., very good in wraps, paper toned, black and white photo section. Soviet perspective justifying its occupation in defense of the socialist government; photos show freeing of political prisoners, confiscated US and Chinese guns from mujahideen, and modernization.
New York: Spartacist League Central Commission for Work Among Women, 1980. 24p., wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, evenly toned, a few small closed tears along top edge of all pages else very good condition. From the Spartacist League, critical of the mainstream feminist movement and its "stagnant reformism." Articles on.....
San Mateo CA: Western Book / Journal Press, 1989. x, 324p., scattered journalistic photoillustration, first wraps edition (cloth issue is noted) trade-size paperbound; back cover and several adjacent leaves have a long crease (now flattened), a good clean copy signed by the author on the half-title.
New York: Thames and Hudson / Rhodos International Science and Art Publishers, 1996. Hardcover. 292p., coated paper with profuse color and b&w photos, line maps, diagrams; hardbound, the American first edition in 11x8.5 inch white boards titled in lavender, and colorphoto dust jacket. The dj shows mildest signs of handling.....
New York: Asia Magazine Inc., 1929. 255-346 [90-odd pages], b&w photographic illustrations throughout, occasional color artwork on ads, covers, slick alkaline paperstock fastened into 12x9 inch magazine-format wraps. Externally rather rough, abrasion and chipping to spine, edgewear, corner-creasings, internally expect crimpings and lightly-bent corners. Contents are complete, we've flipped through.....
Antioch, CA: GUDSPA, 1981. Single issue of the newsletter, 6p., 8.5x11 inches, very good. Cover story and much of content is on Abdul Majid Kalakani, an anti-revisionist revolutionary executed by the Soviet-backed government. Slogan is "Neither USSR, nor US - China - An independent democratic Afghanistan."