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Montreal: Third World Forum Collective, 1974-75. Four issues of the staplebound magazine, 8.5x11 inches; first issue rather worn. Numbers present are vol. 1 nos. 1, 2 and 5, and vol. 2 no. 1. Articles on Palestinian revolution, African independence movements, Canada and the Third World, and more.
Montreal: Third World Forum Collective, 1976. 47p. staplebound magazine, 8.5x11 inches; minor smudging of covers. This issue focuses on women in the Third World, with articles on their role in the Palestinian, Cuban, Philippine, Sindhi and other revolutionary movements; also includes an editorial accusing Israel of aggression at Entebbe and.....
Penang, Malaysia: Third World Network, 1991. 40p., staplebound magazine, very good but for old price tag on cover. Includes much coverage of the new "Pax Americana" as a threat to the Third World; contributions by Noam Chomsky, C. Kijang on the invasion of Panama, Barry Greer interviewing Vandana Shiva on.....
Mexico, DF: the journal, 1980. 76p., slender paperback journal; rear cover has a stain, otherwose clean and unmarked. Cover story on the origin of the Iran-Iraq war; also includes Wilfred Burchett on Cambodia after the fall of Pol Pot, the Palestinian resistance, Nicaraguan revolution, and more.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1981. Paperback. x, 293p., later printing, softbound in 9x6 inch glossy bronze wraps, slightest edgewear to covers, a sound, clean, unmarked copy. Chapter titles betray an agenda: The Grail of Equality. Class on the Brain. Western Guilt and Third World Poverty. Broadcasting the Liberal Death Wish.....
Oakland: PM Press, 2019. Paperback. 285p., trade paperback, illus., New. "Brennan challenge music industry giants by skillfully demonstrating that there are scores of anonymous people around the world far more gifted than the superstars for whom billions are spent to promote the delucion that they are the rare few blessed.....
London & Bristol: Taylor & Francis on behalf of World Health Organization, 1995. Paperback. xix, 243p., foreword, preface, notes, references, index, illustrated with figures and tables, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Social Aspects of AIDS Series, Peter Aggleton, editor.