Berkeley: SLATE, 1962. [54p.], 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left, very good. Also included is a two-page, 8.5x11 inch mimeographed schedule for the summer conference. Not found in OCLC as of May 2017. Papers to be read by participants in the activist conference, addressing civil rights issues...
Ann Arbor: ERAP, . 3p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets; stapled together with an announcement of an anti-Apartheid demonstration and a set of quotes on South Africa, originally mailed together as a single packet, penned address and stamp on outside cover. Intro to SDS's ERAP project.
Buffalo, NY: State University of New York at Buffalo; Sociology Department, 1967. 123p., pictorial cover, mild edgewear and soil. Includes James E. Hansen's "Dialectical critique of empiricism" and Arthur Efron's "Anarchist thought and the theory of meaning-genesis." Other authors include Andre Gunder Frank, Bill J. Harrell, Stephen Crafts and Paul Piccone.
[Chicago]: Revolutionary Communist Party, 1981. Tape cassette with portrait of Avakian on the holder, very good. Spanish translation of Avakian's speech. Possibly done by a simultaneous translator, as Avakian's voice can be heard faintly in the background. Your humble cataloger listened to the first several minutes and audio quality is good.
Washington DC: Washington Committee to End the War, Student Mobilization Committee, People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, etc, [1970-72]. Nineteen handbills, mostly 8.5x11 inches, announcing various protests and other events in the DC area opposing the Vietnam War. One is crinkled and fold creased, the others very good. Most are...
New York; San Francisco; Seattle, Los Angeles: FSP; Radical Women, 1991-1993. Five packets and a single-sheet notice of a meeting; all 8.5x11 inches, very good. In October 1991, in the midst of the Soviet collapse and consequent turmoil on the left, several members of the FSP resigned, including Constance Scott...
Chicago: Workers World Party, . 8.5x11 inch handbill, printed one side; staple holes at corners. Hails the looting that took place during the blackout as an instance of oppressed people rising up to seize food and clothing, asking if it isn't "A progressive action which we must defend?" Black and...