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New York: Evergreen Review, 1968. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, essays, opinion, interviews, reviews, fiction, poetry, photos, nudes, lightly-worn magazine in pictorial wraps. Cover story: Excerpts from Che's Bolivian Diaries illustrated with photos of his corpse. Also a slight piece on ice cream cones by Selby. Hentoff on the coming.....
Berkeley: City Miner Books, 1985. Paperback. 180p., facsimile of letter written to Phillips from Henry Miller printed on inner covers, very good later printing of this restored edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps (including text that had been excised by the original publisher). Reissue of one of the first novels.....
Belmont, MA: American Opinion, n.d. Pamphlet. 51p., staplebound pamphlet, very good; 5.5x8.5 inches. Undated 1960s pamphlet includes Welch's indictment of the Civil Rights movement as a commie plot, paired with a piece by Alan Stang ("The King and his Communists") demonizing Martin Luther King Jr.
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1968. Pamphlet. 5p., 'first pocket edition', staplebound booklet, 3.5x5 inches, very good. Begins with the lines "Some days ago, Martin Luther King, the Afro-American clergyman, was suddenly assassinated by the US imperialists. Martin Luther King was an exponent of non-violence. Nevertheless, the US imperialists did not.....
Cupertino, CA: Euphrat Museum of Art, 1994. Paperback. 66p., illus. with examples of art from the exhibition, 8.5x11 inches, wraps, very good condition. Includes a commentary by José Antonio Burciaga, and works by 20 Asian American, Hispanic, African America and other artists, including muralist Enrique Chagoya.
Hollywood: Sun Dance Press, 1971. Hardcover. 126p., orange boards as issued, very good condition. Originally published by the R.I.L.U. Magazine for the International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers in 1931. *Seidman P5. "[D]estined to become a classic of the anti-imperialist canon... trailblazing attempt to apply the theory of class.....
Yonkers, NY: American Institute of Social Science, 1960. Hardcover. 416p., front., illus., original green cloth boards, dj front panel is chipped, dj slightly rubbed and price clipped. Gorman was a leader of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen, Hanna was an African American official of the union.