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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.
London: Fabian Colonial Bureau, 1946-47. Three issues of the small-format newspaper / journal, 12, 12 and 16 pages respectively. Issues present are Vol. 9 nos. 7, 8 and 10. "A socialist commentary on colonial affairs." Coverage in particular of Africa, the West Indies, and Southeast Asia.
London: Inside Story, 1972-73. Nearly complete run of issues 1-13 of the iconoclastic magazine, missing no. 8 and the January 1974 supplement. Very good, staplebound pictorial wraps. Early issues have wonderful pictorial covers; later issues show the effects of budgetary limitations with less elaborate production quality. Includes much on events...
London: Socialist Clarity Group, 1942, 1943. Two issues of the digest-sized journal, 16p. each, no. 37 has pencil underlining throughout one article. Articles on the Darlan deal (in which the Allies worked with a notorious former pro-German Vichy official in North Africa), full employment and socialism, and more.
Marlborough: the newspaper, 1926. Approximately 5x8 inch card, crudely printed one side, minor pen notes. Printed on the second day of the General Strike, when paper supplies and labor had been cut off. The news was boiled down to its bare essentials: abbreviated and typo-ridden notices on the results of...
London: Socialist Woman Groups, 1971. Two issues of the staplebound publication, May-June and Oct.-Nov. 1971. Twenty pages each, including covers.Mild toning, otherwise very good. The earlier issue includes the Young Lords Party's position paper on women, 4 pages. Includes coverage of women's liberation in Ireland, the feminist movement in the...
Southampton, UK: T. E. Lewis, 1926. Single sheet, 8.25x10.5 inches, printed both sides, creased from folding and with two minor spots of soil but good overall. The General Strike, led by the Trades Union Congress, was an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to prevent wage reductions and other damages to the livelihoods...