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London: Open Polemic, [1996?]. Magazine. 40p., wraps, very good condition, 8.5x11.75 inches. Editorial: Sectarianism - the main enemy, Conference papers on "The leading role of the vanguard party," articles: Democratic centralism by Ana Gelabert, Revolutionary perspectives by "indenpendent Communists," Lenin and peaceful coexistence by "Partisan," Nikita Krushev by "The Stalin.....
New York: Communist Party, USA, 1936. Magazine. Twelve issues in original wraps as issued [1088p.], wraps slightly edge worn, minor handling wear else good condition. Complete run for 1936. Articles by V.J. Jerome, Grace Hutchins, Harrison George, Morris Childs, Clarence Hathaway, Louis F. Budenz, William L. Patterson, William Z. Foster.....
New York: Communist Party, USA, 1936. Magazine. Eleven issues in original wraps as issued, generally good to very good, some issues with minor chipping to spine, handling wrear or soil. Includes coverage of the Republicans in Spain, developments in Puerto Rico and East Asia, communist activism in the US, etc......
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: 1936. 22p., mimeographed pages stapled at left, ex-library with stamp on front cover, strip of paper inscribed "Stakhanov movement" pasted to lower left corner. Edgeworn, paper toned, front cover held on by only one staple. Paeans to Stakhanovite workers and the glorious metal industry.
London: Socialist Review, nd. 72p., wraps, 8.75x11 inches. Later facsimile reprint of the Special Aug/Sept. 1969 issue of the journal, containing writings by Trotsky with essays providing historical background and context. Wraps worn, staples rusted, pen notation on front wrap, else good condition.
New York: Young Communist League, USA, 1939. 30p., staplebound magazine, cover mildly worn. Also included is a damaged copy of the June 1938 issue, with covers torn off but present. Includes a tribute to Stalin's 60th birthday, warnings of ominous portents from the Dies Committee, and more.
no place: Proletarian Publishers, no date, circa 1970. 206p., plain printed wraps, 7x5 inches, ownership signature on title page, very good copy. Primarily an account of Bolshevik rivalry with the Menshevik faction, but ..the reputation of Beria as Stalin's hatchetman lends ..a little atmosphere.
New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1940. Complete run of the monthly journal for the year 1940. Continuously numbered, 892p., each issue about 60 pages. All with slightly edgeworn wraps, a few with small stains, Number 3 has underlining and previous owner's name in pencil on front and pencil underlining throughout.....