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[New York]: Members of the International Longshoremen's Association, . [6p.], very good in pictorial wraps. Issued soon after Rudolph Halley's dramatic televised investigations of racketeering on New York's waterfront. Lists the demands of a rank and file group within the union, which may have had good reason to remain anonymous.....
New York: Union Democracy in Action, 1961-64. Twelve issues of the rank and file reform newsletter; 4 to 20 pages per issue, 9x12 inches; first issue folded with a closed edge tear, another with pen notation, otherwise generally very good. Numbers present are 1, 4, 6-15. Coverage of cases related.....
N.pl. n.pub. 1943. 63p., wraps rather worn and mildly soiled, tear along part of spine. Laid in is a sample resolution in support of Bridges, with several paragraphs of boilerplate text and a blank space for the name of the sponsoring organization, on a folded sheet of 8.5x11 inch sheet.....
San Francisco: Communist Party of California, [1946?]. Pamphlet. 24p., staplebound pamphlet, very good condition, 5.25x8.25 inches. "A Party member who also belongs to Local 6 of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union attacks capitalism as causing depression and layoffs and appeals to workers to join the Party." *Seidman C66.
San Francisco: Germinal Press, 1979. 250p., first edition, slightly shelfworn dj. Left wing detective fiction. A superb dissection of California labor and politics in the 1930s, entwining murder with the organization of San Francisco's waterfront and Upton Sinclair's gubernatorial campaign.