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London: Workers' Empire Exhibition Committee; Independent Labour Party, 1938. 15p., staplebound pamphlet, old price penciled on cover over the original price. Mild wear with some toning. Tongue-in-cheek travel brochure highlighting the imperialist exploitation of British colonies. Advocates independence for India and other colonial possessions.
New York: International Communist Current in the US, 1991. 16p., single issue of the slender journal, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Articles on USSR in disintegration, All states are Imperialist today, Why Thatcher was dumped, two page obit for Comrade Marc - one of the ICC's founders and its "main builder...
New York: International Publishers, 1984. Paperback. 111p., pocketsize wraps, very good condition. Contributions by Dick Barry, Claude Billault, Emil Bjarnason, Jack Carr, Ernest DeMaio, Antonio Gershenson, Sam Gindin, Masuo Kato, Alain Stern, [and] Gregory Tarpinian. New world paperbacks.
New York: British Information Services, 1948. 28p., 7.5x9.5 inches, introduction, illustrated with a map and photos, stapled pictorial wraps, entire booklet is somewhat bent along the top edge, otherwise very good. Propaganda for Britain's imperialist colonization and rape of East Africa.
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1962. 134p., edgeworn paperback, containing thirteen large fold-out maps with red onlay, textblock stubbed to accommodate the cumbersome maps; note that the huge maps section splits text: before (to 37p.) and following (resumes p.39). Cover slightly soiled with handling, clerical edges of cover mildly worn, spine...
New York: NACLA, 1970. 63p., wraps, previous owner's name on the front wrap, introduction, tables, graphs, illustrations. This special publication focuses on the attempts to channel Third World rage without threatening the status quo. Includes a list of Rockefeller Foundation trustees from 1913-1963 and the CIA Wheel. Very good in...
Bogota: Universo Latino Publicaciones, 2003. Oversized Paperback. 124p, 8.5x11 inches, illus wraps, very good condition. Details the history of Coca Cola in Columbia and its impact on the environment and the assassination of trade unionists in Sinaltrainal, the National Union of Food Workers.
New York: NACLA, 1971. 64p., introduction, tables, graphs, illustrated with original drawings by Joel Andreas; yellow wraps, very good but for name penned in corner of front cover. A special publication by the North American Congress on Latin America with contributions by Susanne Bodenheimer, Dave Danning, Fred Goff, Marc Herold...
n.p. Tricontinental [though this is a reprint from the time by unnamed supporters], 1970. [26p.] staplebound pamphlet, sun-faded along spine, otherwise very good. Includes a table depicting Israeli military and paramilitary assistance programs to sub-Saharan African nations. On cover: "2nd World Conference on Palestine : Amman 2-6 September 1970 ;...
Mexico D.F. Joaquin Mortiz, 1977. Paperback. 157p., mass market-size paperbound (7x4 inches) but has a sewn textblock, paperstock mildly toned, a well-put-together item in very good clean shape without ownership or institutional markings. Text in the Spanish language throughout, the Englished title implying American dominence and corruption. Biblioteca paralela. Author...