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 safety.
Washington DC: National Abortion Rights Action League/NARAL, 1979-1981. Eleven issue broken run, various pagination,8.5x11 inches, articles, essays, news, reports, events, services and resources, illustrations, very good newsletters in wraps. Issue numbers include: 11:2, 3 & 8, 12:2, 4, 6, 7, 11 & 12, 13:1, March 1979-January 1981.
Oakland: Peace and Freedom Party, 1995. 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed one side, light handling wear. Printed for distribution at a pro-choice rally, quotes from the platform of the Party (described as "California's only ballot-qualified, socialist, feminist party") on the issue of abortion.
Chicago: RCP Publications, 1979. 39 pages in English, 29 in Spanish, 8.5x11 inches; very good in 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.
n.p. Women's Committee to Celebrate International Women's Day (and) The Alliance Against Women's Oppression, 1981. Transcript of two speeches, 8 and 9 pages respectively, delivered on behalf of the Women's Committee to Celebrate International Women's Day and the Alliance Against Women's Opppression on International Women's Day, 1981; 8.5x11 inch sheets...
San Francisco: ACAR, . Three documents, originally paperclipped together, leaving a rust mark at the upper left corner; all 8.5x11 inches. The Principles of Unity is three pages long, cover sheet soiled. Former owner's name penned in corner. Argues that the reproductive rights movement requires an anti-racist and working class orientation.
San Francisco: Men Who Care About Women's Lives, [198-?]. [6p.], wraps, faint vertical fold crease; one lyric of questionable taste (Soon and very soon, women will be forced to die) crossed out with marker. Lyrics of 14 songs and 25 chants for use in marches to support abortion rights. Undated...