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[Berkeley]: no pub. [c1968]. Handbill. mimeographed leaflet; 11x8.5 inches; folded in half, else in very good condition. Anonymous leaflet using a phone number (849-1032) associated with Jaimey Allen, a resident of Berkeley and a member of the Young Socialist Alliance, according to the HUAC testimony by Robert J. Thoms (Extent.....
New York: Young Communist League, . Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, faint stain at bottom, penetrating both leaves. Receipt date of October 1941 rubberstamped at bottom of rear panel. Issued after the German invasion of the Soviet Union ruptured the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. "American youth! Let us reply to this powerful appeal by.....
Vancouver, BC: North Shore Youth Council, 1992. Two issues of the publication, the earlier one in magazine format, the latter a tabloid. Evenly toned, otherwise very good. Includes coverage of issues ranging from violence against women to indigenous struggle on the Columbus quincentenary.
New York: State Education Department, New York Young Communist League, 1942. 13p., plus a "Flash" sheet added at the last moment urging support for a senate bill that would draft 18 and 19-year-olds. 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at corner, very good. Outlines Communist positions on electoral questions, and includes.....
Berkeley: Berkeley Anarchist Students of Theory and Research & Design, . Pamphlet. p., wraps secured by folding, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Program for the conference. Talks included "Anarchy & BDSM," "Atheism vs Rationalism," and "Dialectics, The Situationist International And the Revolutionary Power of The Imagination."
Berkeley: Berkeley Anarchist Students of Theory and Research & Design, 2012. Newsletter. p., single page, 5.5x8.5 inches, very creased and handled. Program for the conference. Talks included "Identity as apparatus," "the anarchist provenance of Occupy Oakland," workshops by Apio Ludd and the queer Bay Area based journal, baedan.
[St. Louis?]: National Student League, 1935. Newsletter. 13p., mimeographed 8.5x12.75 inch sheets stapled at left; last page loose but present; some uneven cover toning, "53" written in color pencil on cover. Report on the convention of the Communist Party-controlled student organization.
New York: Workmen's Circle, 1937. 16p., slender staplebound journal, approximately 9.25x11.6 inches, postal markings on rear cover, vertically fold creased from mailing. Articles include Upton Sinclair on "Unbalanced magazine diets," discussing bias in the media; B. Solovioff on Jewish youth in Poland, a report onthe convention of the Workmen's Circle.....
Washington DC: Young Americans for Freedom, 1965. Pamphlet. 11p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, staples rusted, front wrap unevenly toned, "right wing" penciled on front wrap else very good condition. Reprints three articles on urban planning, electing conservative candidates to city council positions, and "tough on crime" policing. Reprinted from The.....
New York: Young Communist League, New York State, 1937. Paperback. v, 71p. paperback, mimeographed textblock with printed covers; front cover has chip at lower left and right corners, paper toned, otherwise very good. 8.25x10.75 inches. Includes resolutions on the Scottsboro Boys, the National Negro Congress, Trotskyism, the boycott of Japanese.....
Princeton, N.J. [The Students of the Princeton University School of Architecture and Urban Planning], 1970. Pamphlet. 136p., 5.5x7.75 inches; b&w illus., maps, cartoons, wrappers slightly edgeworn with minor soil, spine lightly toned, appears to be two vertical rust or ink stains in thin lines down front wrap, else in very.....
St. Gallen: Roten Falken, 1948-1951. Twelve issues of the digest-sized German-language monthly magazine of the Swiss branch of the Red Falcons, a socialist children’s organization established in 1925. Issues present are February and May 1948, March, April, May, June, July/August, and November 1949, September and December 1950, and June and.....
New York: Young Communist International; Youth International Publishers, 1930. Pamphlet. 47p., staplebound booklet format, mild handling, pages toned. The YCI was the youth parallel to the Comintern. Includes a piece by J. Dupont on "The youth in the Indian struggle: how non-violence has led to an armed uprising."
London: Young Communist International, 1924. 32p., staplebound magazine, 10x12.25 inches; paper toned, some edgewear, generally very good. Includes a piece by Musin (Tan Boling) about the civil war in China; discussion of issues facing local communist organizations in various countries, and more.
New York: Youth Publishers for the National Executive Committee of the Y.C.L., U.S.A., 1935. 31p., wraps, lightly browned, small edge chip to front cover else very good condition, 7.5x10 inches. Articles by Lloyd Brown, Mac Weiss, Gil Green and others. One of several publications with confusingly identical titles, this journal.....