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Port Glasgow, Scotland: Bratach Dubh Publications, . Pamphlet. 28p., wraps., in very good condition. Bratach Dubh documents, no. 1. "With this series of pamphlets we mean to provide documentation concerning groups who in recent years have taken up armed struggle in contemporary capitalist society as an alternative to the defensive.....
Hamilton; Toronto: the journal, 1991-2000. Four issues of the autonomist/anti-imperialist journal, very good, 8.5x11 inches. Issues present are 10, 11, 12 and 17, the latter much thicker and spiralbound. Coverage of the LA riots/uprising, the end of the Red Army Fraction, ETA's resumption of armed struggle, and more.
Washington DC: Bangladesh Mission, 1971-1975. Newsletter. Twenty-nine issues of the 8.5x11 inch bulletin, 4 to 6 pages per issue; some issues toned and/or folded; a few with address label on rear panel or minor pen notations. Issues present are vol. 1 no. 12; vol. 2 nos. 4-14, 16, 18-26; vol.....
New York: Palestine Liberation Organization, [1970?]. Handbill. 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides, very good. Argues against the diplomatic legitimacy of Israel and condemns it for imposing "a system of apartheid upon the Arabs who stayed in their homeland." Undated, but gives the address of 801 Park Avenue for the.....
Oakland: PM Press, 2020. Paperback. 282p., 6x9 inches, trade paperback, New. A plethora of radical thinkers engage with the thought of Kurdish revolutionary leader Abdullah Ocalan, including Andrej Grubacic, Antonio Negri, Immanuel Wallerstein and Peter Lamborn Wilson among many others.
Oakland: PM Press, 2020. Hardcover. 282p., 6.25x9.25 inches, hardcover, dj, New. A plethora of radical thinkers engage with the thought of Kurdish revolutionary leader Abdullah Ocalan, including Andrej Grubacic, Antonio Negri, Immanuel Wallerstein and Peter Lamborn Wilson among many others.
Mexico City: Agencia Salvadoreña de Prensa (SALPRESS), 1984-5. Four issues of the slender journal, 8.5x11 inches, each with three holes punched at left, (generally affecting only the margin, but sometimes slightly impinging on the text). Issues present are nos. 4/5, 6, 10, and 11. Pro-FMLN perspective. Includes coverage of the.....
Managua: Centro de Documentación e Investigación Cultural de El Salvador, 1986. 48p., staplebound wraps, rubberstamped address of a San Francisco solidarity group on the front cover, very good condition. Text in Spanish. Single issue of the cultural journal supportive of Salvadoran leftists.
n.p. Movimiento 19 de Abril (M-19), 1982. 32p., staplebound magazine, very good. Text in Spanish. Publication of the Colombian guerrilla group, with articles on their eighth congress (apparently held in the jungle), political developments in Colombia, indigenous struggles, and more. M-19 was the second largest guerrilla group in Colombia after.....
[Iran]: Habilian Association, n.d. Hardcover. 392p., hardcover, hefty 10x13.25 inch volume, front cover bumped in two places, tear at top of spine panel where it connects to the front board. Published by an NGO opposed to the Mojahedin-e Khalq; the victims listed were killed by guerrillas, and include many government.....
npl: Sazman-i Fidaiyin-i Halq-i Iran, 1991-92. Magazine. Four issues (nos. 73, 74, 75 and 77) of the Farsi-language revolutionary Iranian exile magazine, dated to various Persian months in the year 1370 (1991-1992). One rubberstamped "file copy." Contact addresses in various European countries, but no place of publication given.
Salisbury, Rhodesia: H.C.P. Andersen, 1974-1978. Magazine. Five issues of the staplebound journal, 8.5x11 inches; some foxing and handling wear, no. 2 with a bumped corner. Articles celebrating the efforts of the white military in its suppression of the Zimbabwe African National Union and other insurgents.