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New York: Yiddisher Kemfer, 1955. Two hardcover volumes, 595 pages total, light shelfwear, some smudging of boards; gift inscription in English with uncertain signature, addressed to "My dear friends, In recognition of your father, of the first Poale Zion in Chicago and your own interests in our movement. Columbia, Mo.....
[Israel]: gilad.org, n.d. Lightweight plastic fabric banner, approximately 40x110 inches, with metal rings for hanging, slogan in Hebrew with English website URL, blue and white outline portrait of Gilad Shalit with Israeli flag; this particular banner was flown over Malcolm X Plaza at San Francisco State University. Designed to draw.....
New York: Jewish Liberation Project, 1972. 13p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at corner, very good. Socialist Zionist perspective, with contributions by Moshe Zedek (stating that neither Nixon nor McGovern deserved election), Aryeh Levy reporting on a demonstration againstthe Munich massacre, and more.
London: European Jewish Publications, 1966-70. Three issues of the staplebound digest-format journal, pages toned, one with pen notation, another with a corner chip to the cover. Issues present are vol. 3 nos. 5 and 7, and vol. 4 no. 3. Much coverage of Jews in the Soviet Union; second issue.....
Berkeley: Judah L. Magnes Memorial Musuem, 1977. 56p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, profusely illus., wraps worn else very good condition. Magnes was "one of the only American Jews to help shape the destiny of both the American Jewish community and the Jewish settlement in Palestine. Magnes served as.....
New York: Liberation Collective, 1973. Single ssue of this influential publication. 43p., wraps, edge & shelf worn, address label across wrap cover, else good condition. Articles by Gabriel Kolko, James Petras, Michael Klare, Dave Wagner, Mabel Dodge Brigade, Reed Clarke, Allan Solomonow.
New York: Palestine Economic Corporation, 1938. 100p., paperback, bookplate of George Sokolsky inside front cover, covers mildly creased and scuffed, corners bumped, some closed tears at bottom of spine. Thoroughly illustrated with black and white photos of agricultural and industrial development by Jewish settlers.
Los Angeles: telem, . 32p. includes covers, 6x9 inches, introductory, synopsis of the founding conference, facsimile documents, photos, very good booklet in stapled blue pictorial wraps. "In recent years, Zionist movements have suffered from weakened ideologies and misplaced priorities. Our movements are fragmented and unable to attract new members.." On.....
New York: Hebrew Committee for National Liberation, 1944. 24p. staplebound booklet, 8.5x11 inches, very good. At the bottom is a stamped notice that copies of the publication had been filed with the Department of Justice. Bergson, born Hillel Kook (he changed his name to avoid tainting his relatives with controversy).....