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Buffalo, NY: Buffalo Workers Movement, 1977. 14p, plus special issue on health and safety 17p, all on 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left, articles on abortion rights and the Hyde Amendment, the KKK in Buffalo, a history of Puerto Rico, and a number of articles on workers' health and.....
New York: Institute for Social Service Alternatives, 1980. Magazine. 88p., paperback journal, 5.25x8.5 inches, rear wrap is a little worn, some wear along the spine, else in very good condition. Includes articles on psychotherapy and radical politics, stress among public welfare workers, on the political characteristics of social service work.....
Oakland: Connexions/ People's Translation Service, 1989. Magazine. 32p., 9x12 inches, articles, columns, ads, photos, poetry, reviews, resources, wraps slightly worn, bottom corner creased, else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. A collective of feminists of diverse nationalities translating feminist and lesbian related materials and articles.
Boston: [New England Free Press for the authors], 1971-1972. Twelve issues of the newsletter, spanning the period from July 12, 1971 to February 7, 1972. Issues present are July 12, 1971, August 9, 1971, August 16, 1971, September 20, 1971, October 18, 1971, October 25, 1971, November 1, 1971, November.....
New York: Socialist Workers Party, 1976. Staplebound. One issue, wraps, 8.5x11 inches, 22pp., issue is worn, edge and shelf worn, else good condition. Contributions on the "Abortion Rights Struggle" and criticism of the "Draft Resolution on Women's Liberation work and the Fourth International"
Oakland: Labor Black League for Social Defense, 1992. 4p., 8.5 x 11 sheets stapled at upper left, lightly worn else very good condition. Newsletter of the Spartacist League affiliated group. Articles on a demonstration for abortion rights, Black Panther and political prisoner Geronimo Pratt, and more.
New York: The Woman Today Publishing Company, . Pamphlet. 14p., stapled wraps, 5x7.5 inches, lightly dampstained in lower margins else good condition. Apologetics for the USSR's reversal of abortion laws, written for US sympathizers who saw Soviet law as a model for women's rights.
Chicago: RCP Publications, 1979. 39 pages in English, 29 in Spanish, 8.5x11 inches; very good in stapled wraps. Much on the Iranian revolution; Also coverage of lettuce workers' strike, anti-abortionists as tools of the capitalists, and demonstrations against Deng Xiaoping's Washington visit.