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Minneapolis: npub, [1993-1994]. 17p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., very good condition. Not dated, but from somewhere beween September 1993 and February 1994 based on content. Anarchist zine with an article on Leonard Peltier, an interview with Propagandhi, a guide protesting for students, a list of upcoming rallies.....
Lake Worth, FL: Earth First! 2012. 12p. including covers, stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., wraps worn and lightly creased else very good condition with promotional flyer laid in. Cover story on direct action against the tar sands in Texas, a section on political prisoners, and more.
Eugene, OR: Daily Planet Publishing, 2006. Magazine. 48p., stapled wraps, 8.25 x 10.75 inches, illus., address label on rear wrap else very good condition. Articles on the fight against dam building in Iceland, the FBI's war on envirionmental activists, ALF activist and political prisoner Rod Coronado, and more. Inside rear.....
Oakland, CA: India Forum, 1976. 52p., including rear cover; staplebound booklet format. Very good. Includes a piece by Mary Tyler on "Political repression and treatment of political prisoners in India" (Tyler, a British teacher, had served five years in an Indian prison for her work with Naxalites); "The Congress government.....
[San Francisco]: National Committee to Free Puerto Rican Prisoners of War; New Movement in Solidarity with Puerto Rican Independence and Socialism; Fireworks, [198-]. 22x15.5 inch poster, very good, stylized portraits of the prisoners Alejandrina Torres, Edwin Cortés, José Luis Rodríguez and Alberto Rodríguez, sentenced in 1985 for planning bombings of.....
Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, . [14p.] booklet, 8.5x11 inches. Transcript of a two-part NPR program on Marion prison, with a two-page introduction by the Committee. All inmates at the prison, which included some prominent political figures, were kept in their cells 23 hours a day.
Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, . [14p.] booklet, 8.5x11 inches, staples neatly removed. Transcript of a two-part NPR program on Marion prison, with a two-page introduction by the Committee. All inmates at the prison, which included some prominent political figures, were kept in their cells 23 hours a......
n.p. the newsletter, 1952. Two issues of the newsletter, 10 and 12 pages respectively, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Affiliated with the Communist Party of Venezuela, with much content on political prisoners, especially Jesús Faría. Content suggests publication by communist exiles based in Mexico.
Toronto: Bulldozer Collective, 1989-96. Thirty-three issues of the bimonthly publication, the first two in 7x8.5 inch pamphlet format, the rest in tabloid format on newsprint, evenly toned, mild handling wear. Most were folded for mailing and have a resulting crease. Most issues between 8 and 20 pages. Numbers present are.....
Toronto: Bulldozer Collective, 1990-95. Six issues of the bimonthly publication, tabloid format on newsprint, evenly toned, mild handling wear. Numbers present are 25, 36-38, 40 and 49. Devoted to issues around incarceration and political prisoners. Updates on prison policies, legal efforts, interviews with imprisoned activists, and related topics.