Democratic Workers Party
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[San Francisco: League for Proletarian Socialism, 1976]. Pamphlet. 20p., wraps, 7x8.5 inches, minor pen markings on front wrap else very good condition. Marlene Dixon's group. Responds to the pamphlet "Splitting & wrecking at Health/PAC West: the League for Proletarian Socialism in action," in which the individuals named in the title...
[San Francisco]: [DWP], [197-?]. Paperback. 120p., songbook with lyrics, chords, musical notation, photos, trade paperback in red pictorial wraps, worn and soiled, minor internal staining, some relevant papers laid in (Internationale in Spanish, etc.). This book was also issued with the variant title "Democratic Workers Party Song Book," with the...
[San Francisco]: [DWP], [197-?]. Paperback. 120p., songbook with lyrics, chords, musical notation, photos, trade paperback in red pictorial wraps, lightly worn and soiled, minor internal staining. This book was also issued with the variant title "Democratic Workers Party Song Book," with the same content.
Montréal: Black Rose Books, 1976. 290p., worn dj. Dixon went on to lead the Democratic Workers Party, a San Francisco based Marxist-Leninist group with sophisticated theory and thuggish practice. Black Rose Books no. E 24. "This explosive book deals with the attempts to purge Dr. Pauline Vaillancourt from the Political...
San Francisco: Synthesis Publications, 1979. 62, 42p., wraps slightly creased, 8.5x11 inches. Second section is a special report on "Workers' report on the conditions of labor and their effect on patient care at San Francisco General Hospital, March 1979." Synthesis, vol. 3, no. 1. Fall, 1979.
San Francisco: Synthesis Publications, 1982. Paperback. ii, 165p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps, very good condition. Discussion of workers in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America and the consequences of their movement across borders. Contemporary Marxism, #5 (Summer, 1982). Authors include Alejandro Alvarez, Frank Bonilla, Ricardo Campos, Raul Hinojosa Ojeda...
San Francisco: Synthesis / League for Proletarian Socialism, 1976-77. Four issues of the journal, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good. Each issue is divided into two sections: articles on radical topics, and polemics against individuals or groups. Vol. 1 no. 4 is a special issue, "The centrality of women in proletarian revolution."
San Francisco: Synthesis / League for Proletarian Socialism, 1976-78. Six issues of the journal, missing the last two, vol. 1 no. 1 to volume 2 no. 3 (summer 1976-Spring 1978.) 5.5x8.5 inches, generally very good. Most issues are divided into two sections: articles on radical topics, and polemics against individuals...