American Labor & Radicalism
This section includes books (both nonfiction and fiction) as well as ephemera related to labor unions and activism, grassroots political organization in fields such as environmentalism and free speech, and the underground press. Our holdings range from academic historical works and labor-themed novels to original leaflets and pamphlets.
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London: Freedom Press, 1971-73. Seven issues of the magazine, the larger-format continuation of the smaller Anarchy series from the 1960s. Size fluctuates slightly but in the range of 8.5x11 inches, length generally 16-32 pages each. Generally very good, one with old price penned in corner. Issues present are 2, 4.....
London: Freedom Press, 1971-83. Six issues of the magazine, the larger-format continuation of the smaller Anarchy series from the 1960s. Size fluctuates slightly but in the range of 8.5x11 inches, length ranges from 30-40 pages each. Some creases, toning and other handling wear. Issues present are 2, 4, 5, 7.....
Berkeley: the Bulletin, 1987. Second, and last, issue of the short-lived publication; 45p., staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches. Some stains to cover, corner creased, a reading copy. Analysis "from a social revolutionary class war perspective," as stated in the previous issue, by a small group of self-described ex-anarchists.
Washington DC: Committee Against Registration and the Draft, 1980-1988. Eight issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, folded for mailing, otherwise very good. Issues present are Vol. 1 no. 9 and 10 (the latter issue with four blank pages due to printing error), vol. 2 nos. 2-4, 7, and vol. 3.....
San Francisco: the Coalition, 1978. 6p., 8.5x11 inches, very good. Much on organizing around the country to protest the Bakke decision, which challenged affirmative action programs by invalidating the use of racial quotas. The Coalition formed under the primary direction of I Wor Kuen, together with activists from other organizations.....
Berkeley: the newspaper, 1991-1992. Three issues of the tabloid-format newspaper, pages toned, otherwise only light handling wear. All three separately published issues of the publication produced by military resisters to the Persian Gulf war. A final "issue" was published as a section of StormWarning!, no. 23 (July 1992).
San Francisco: Dr. Bombay's, n.d. 8.5x11 inch handbill, some handling wear. "In the Left corner, in the red boxers, Tony Seymour and his band World War 4. Poet, Musician and political commentator par excellance... In the Right Wing, wearing black trunks, Stephen Schwartz, writer for the SF Chronicle, historian of.....