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Ongole, India: Research Institute of Social Evolution, n.d. 90p., slender hardcover with portrait; several pages have minor highlighting. Collection of testimonials by colleagues and family members, remembering the life of the Dalit ('untouchable') who moved from Christianity to communism.
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...
Tokyo: Worker's Communist Committee. "Workers of all countries unite under the banner of proletarian world revolution." 1972. 36p., staplebound wraps, ownership signature in corner of front cover. Mimeographed text in Englsh. Includes a statement of revolutionary solidarity with Vietnam, a report on pro-Palestinian activism in Japan including support for "Black...
Ashiya, Hyogo-ken, Japan: the journal, 1973. 62p., very good in staplebound wraps. Single issue of the leftist journal published mainly by western expats based in Japan. This issue includes an interview by Norman Thorpe with the Korean dissident Kim Dae-jung, recently released from prison. Thorpe describes walking to Kim's house...
Hanoi: Vietnam Women's Union, 1990-98. Twenty-nine issues of the staplebound magazine, color covers, black and white internal illustrations. These were folded for mailing, so every issue has a vertical crease. Issues present are 3 and 4 for 1990; 2-4 for 1991; 1 and 4 for 1992; 1-4 for 1993; 1-4...
Bombay: People's Publishing House, 1945-46. Four issues of the irregularly published journal, mildly worn wraps, no. 7 with rather foxed covers. Pre-independence leftist journal from India, with coverage of the Chinese revolution,"Menace of American imperialism," "Food situation in India," "Coal situation in Behar," "Chotanagpur and its people," etc.
Tokyo: Communist Party of Japan, 1965-66. Magazine. Eight issues of the journal, generally very good with light handling wear, occasional minor marginalia. Numbers present are 36-42 and 52. The line taken reflects a turn towards China in the international communist movement's Sino-Soviet rift.
Bombay: Distributed by People's Publishing House, 1961. First two issues of the irregularly published journal, no. 1 rather worn, with foxing; decent reading copies. Articles on position of Asian economies in the world capitalist market, theoretical pieces and discussions of recent world affairs.