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Barcelona: the weekly, 1924. Fifteen unduplicated issues from first year of publication; printed on both glazed paper (still bright-white) and newsprint (toned, undamaged). Magazines in uniform format, 12x8.5 inches, expect a little edgewear, scattered external dust-soil and foxing, clean within and quite sound, good to very good copies.
San Francisco: Institute for the Study of Nonviolence; International Socialists, Socialist Party of San Francisco, Socialists for Independent Politics, War Resisters' League West, Democratic Socialists Organizing Committee, . Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, printed one side, edgeworn with small closed tears. Also included is a two-paragraph leflet from 1973 also calling.....
New York: American Russian Institute, 1945-1946. Eight issues of the paperback journal, generally very good, one issue more worn with pencil scribble on cover. Numbers present are vol. 6 nos. 2-4, vol. 7 nos. 1-4, and vol. 8 no. 1. Journal sympathetic to the Soviet Union. These issues cover the.....
no place, surely DC: no publisher; State Dept? CIA? 1955. xxxiv, 241p., standard leaves reproduced double-sided from a massive typewritten mss, side-stitched under a printed rubricated cover leaf. A mimeo'd corrigenda sheet has been stapled maladroitly to verso of upper cover. Largely unmolested copy (not too surprising) that from age.....
New York: Committee of Women, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1949. 48p., wraps, very good condition. Sub-title from cover: In this exchange of letters, American women and Soviet women tell of their families, their work, their special interests---and always of their deep desire for peace and friendship.
New York: Committee of Women, National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1949. 48p., wraps a bit soiled, minor handling wear. Sub-title from cover: In this exchange of letters, American women and Soviet women tell of their families, their work, their special interests---and always of their deep desire for peace and friendship.....
Moscow: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1951. 37p., wraps., wraps worn and soiled, two small stains on front wrap else good condition. Stalin-era guidelines by the Soviet government. Includes a chilling critique of Muradeli's opera "The great friendship" that must have left the composer wondering when to expect a midnight knock.....
Moscow: Novosti, 1968. 35p., staplebound booklet, very good. A defense of the Soviet movement of tanks into Prague in 1968, declaring that it was done at the request of local authorities to bring an end to "fratricidal struggle" stoked by reactionaries. Originally published in Pravda on August 22, 1968.