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Havana: Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, 1976. 64p., staplebound wraps, very good. The slender bulletin format, rather than the thicker theoretical journal with the same title. Number 103 was dated 1977, so it is curious that this issue is dated 1976. Articles on...
Buenos Aires, Argentina: ANP, 1973-77. Twenty-four issues of the newsletter published by Argentina-based Paraguayan dissidents opposed to the Stroessner regime. 1-8, 15, 26, a special edition, 27, 50, 52-62. 8.5x14 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner; all have a horizontal fold crease, otherwise mild wear. Text in Spanish.
Alto Paraguay: Society of Brothers, known as the Hutterians, 1941. Seven-page newsletter in the form of a mimeographed typewritten open letter, with several corrections to the text before reproduction. 8.5x14 inches, creased across middle from folding, bottom half of first page yellowed with a spray pattern of tiny stains. Letter...
Asuncion, Paraguay: Ediciones Cerro Cora, 1983. 200p., a few newspaper stories in facsimile, paperbound in 8x5.5 inch glossy decorated wraps (color cover is an altered, colorized photoportrait of Somoza, here wearing an Uncle Sam stovepipe hat). Wraps are slightly edgeworn, item is clean and sound, a very good copy.
Sydney, Australia: Cosme Publishing Co., 1948. Paperback. 224p., wraps and text block browned. Pocket book format. First published in 1892. Lane was active in the early Australian labour movement and supported radical causes along with racist anti-Chinese views. He was a founder of the New Australia Colony in Paraguay and...
Syudney: Angus and Robertson, 1968. Hardcover. xiv, 309p. illus. First printing. Very good in bit rubbed and edgeworn dj. "... in 1893 two boatloads of Australian bush workers and tradesman... sailed for Paraguay to found a "New Australia in which the cherished Australian principles of equality and 'mateship' would at last be realized..."