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Des Moines, IA: Unemployment Council, [1934-?]. Single 5.5x8.5 inch leaflet, evenly toned, otherwise very good; 33 lines of text. Calls for a May Day rally; "All out! Negro and White! Native and foreign born!" Goals include equality for Black workers in the South East Bottoms and a wage hike for.....
New York: NY-NJ United Workers Organization, . 8.5x14 inch flyer, printed both sides, minor toning. Promotes a national demonstration in Washington DC on March 5. Also included is a flyer issued after the March 5 event, with some toning and edge chipping. The NY-NJ United Workers Organization was affiliated with.....
Chicago: Vietnam Veterans Against the War/Winter Soldier Organization, 1974. 16p., tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned, otherwise very good, pictorial back cover with montage of protest photos, “The struggle grows.”. Antiwar paper, with articles on massive layoffs in the US, celebration of a PLO victory in being invited to address the.....
New York: Communist Party, USA, 1931. p. 771-864, wraps mildly worn, ownership initials on front cover, brief note penned on back cover. Articles by Earl Browder, William Weinstone, A. Landy, and two CP central committee resolutions on organizing work among the hungry and the unemployed.
[Belfast-?]: Northern Ireland Community Relations Commission, 1974. vii, 132 pages, plastic comb binding, 12x8.5 inches; upper left corner of the front cover and first two pages have been torn at the spine and fold-creased. Analysis of the distribution of issues such as unemployment and child mortality; includes maps.
Boston: Boston Times, 1932. Eight page newspaper, 11x16 inches, creased horizontally, stain on front page and a few minor stains on inside pages, paper still white (printed on better than average paper). "Published by Unemployed Union Printers." Pro-labor newspaper, lead over the fold article "1600 back in garment strike, victory.....
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935. 23p., wraps slightly worn, second printing. "In the three speeches contained in this pamphlet, the author denounces the Wagner-Lewis bill, endorses instead H.R. 2827 (the workers' unemployment and social insurance bill) as the only one which gives workers real social insurance, and predicts that.....
New York: International Pamphlets, 1932. Pamphlet. 40p., wraps, item has a badly stained corner with interior staining on all left hand corners and rusted staples, St. Louis movement bookstore stamp on front wrap, first edition, 5x7.25 inches. A reading copy only. International pamphlets no. 4.