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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Oakland: ASAN, [1990s]. Magazine. 29p., 8.25x10.75 inches, illus., pages slightly toned else very good condition. One man anonymous ultra-left zine published out of Oakland in the '80s and '90s. Influenced by perspectives of the Situationists and Freddy Perlman's Black & Red publications.
Oakland: ASAN, [1992?]. Magazine. 29p., 8.25x10.75 inches, illus., some rust to staples, else very good condition. One man anonymous ultra-left zine published out of Oakland in the '80s and '90s. Influenced by perspectives of the Situationists and Freddy Perlman's Black & Red publications.
New York: [Progressive Labor Party], . 3p., 8.5x14 inches; mimeographed sheets stapled together at corner, mild toning and edgewear. Document issued by five Queens activists, mostly affiliated with SDS or Progressive Labor, protesting the SMC as dominated by Du Bois Club and YSA members, and urging the reader to "resist.....
Chicago: South Side Libertarian Group, University of Chicago Libertarian Group, . 5.5x8.5 inch sheet printed one side; small stain at edge, year penned at bottom. Neatly fold-creased; one of the creases has some splitting at the left and right edges. Outlines a position opposing fascism but refusing to aid any.....
New Haven: AIM, 1969-1970. Nine issues of the 8.5x11 inch newsletter, some folded for mailing with address on rear cover, otherwise generally very good. Issues present are vol. 4 nos. 4, 7-9, 11-13, 19, and vol. 5 no. 1. Includes much coverage of local activism, including at Yale; gentrification, pollution.....
Swarthmore, PA: Albatross, 1961. 10p., staplebound booklet, minor toning an dhandling. Stapled inside the front cover is a dittoed note that begins, "Dear friends, We have been given your name as a leader of the Southern sit-in movement. Our magazine wants to print letters from sit-in students so that we.....