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Chicago: Solidarity Bookshop c/o IWW, printed by Blake Graphics in Yellow Springs, [197-?]. 11x17 inch poster, pinholes at corners, some toning; depicts how a rewording of the rules placates gullible sheep (for example, "Sheep will be shorn and wool confiscated" is changed to "Citizens have the right to be free.....
Washington, DC: Anarchist Association of the Americas, 1983. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, unstapled, very good. Irregular newsletter of the Anarchist Association of the Americas. Material includes: torture at Marion federal prison, Leonard Peltier, Joseph Labadie on Anarchism, critique of contemporary IWW, libertarian education (ala Modern School) and AAA news.
Van Nuys, CA: SRAFprint Co-op, General Defense Committee, n.d. Seven legal-size sheets stapled together at upper left, cover leaf in goldenrod, printed on one side. Staple starting to rust, mild wear. Early 1970s. Lists cases of anarchists killed in Mexico City and (suspected) in San Francisco, with others hassled by.....
Oakland: The Jellyroll Press, . Unpaginated, about 20p., 8.5 x 5.5 inch stapled wraps, very good; photoillustrated, portrait of Che decorates the cover. First aid for activists who might be in pitched battles with police; carry a heavy magazine to use as a splint, advice on bullet wounds, etc.. IWW.....
[Seattle]: [Industrial Workers of the World], [1920-?]. Small leaflet, approximately 4x3.9 inches, small corner chip. Text is the same on both sides, though one side has a union bug at the bottom. Our House was a cafe that marketed itself in advertisements as "Popular With Our Boys in Blue."
[Seattle]: [Industrial Workers of the World], [1920-?]. Small leaflet, approximately 4x3.9 inches, corner crease with a couple small chips. Text is the same on both sides, though one side has a union bug at the bottom. Our House was a cafe that marketed itself in advertisements as "Popular With Our.....
Boise, Idaho: The Statesman Shop, [1907?]. 130p., wraps. *Miles 3626 shows only 49p. excerpted version. Closing argument of the prosecution in the famous trial of the Western Federation of Miners leadership (Haywood, Moyer, and Pettibone) in 1907. Defended by Clarence Darrow, Haywood won acquittal.
Berkeley: Berkeley General Recruiting Union, Industrial Workers of the World, 1962. [16p.], foxed wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed; back cover loose but present. Includes an overview of the status of the IWW (or its "wreckage"), a discussion of street gangs in a New York neighborhood as part of the community; a......