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ALCATRAZ INDIANS OF ALL TRIBES NEWSLETTER Vol. 1, No. 1 (January, 1970) & Vol. 1, No. 2 (February, 1970) .

Price: $60.00

Newsletter supporting the struggle of the native American people on Alcatraz issued in San Francisco and edited by Peter Blue Cloud, et al

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BLOW THEIR MINDS!! SMASH THE EMPIRE!! WRITE-IN RICHARD BLACKBURN FOR SHERIFF, JUNE 2ND, CANDIDATE OF THE SIDEWALK LIBERATION FRONT & STREET TRUCKIN' SOCIETY TICKET
San Diego: Richard Blackburn, ca. 1970. Four-page leaflet .

Price: $30.00

With a photo of Blackburn (wearing shades) on the cover. His qualifications are listed as: "1. Member of the People's Commune, 2. Convicted pot head, 3. Member of Industrial Workers of the World, 4. A Freak." Black Dick's eleven point program is listed. Among the points are "Legalize marijuana" and "Turn County Jail and all jails into crash pads and day-care centers for children." This leaflet bears the I. W. W. bug

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BUILDING CLASS STRUGGLE TRADE UNIONS: A COMMUNIST VIEW
Chicago: The Call, 1977. 8vo. Wraps. 49 p .

Price: $15.00

The Call was the tabloid of the October League (Marxist-Leninist)

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CATALYST Number 1 (Summer, 1965) .

Price: $25.00

Radical journal issued by the Sociology Club of the State University of New York at Buffalo. This issue contains "Courage to Change: An Essay in Celebration of C. Wright Mills" by Bill J. Harrell, "A New Imperialism" by Wm. E. Bailey, etc

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CAW! Nos. 1 - 4 (1968-1969) .

Price: $150.00

Complete run of the cultural magazine of the the Students for a Democratic Society, issued by the New York Regional Office of SDS. The fourth issue was issued in a tabloid newspaper format as a supplement to "The Guardian." Among the contributors are Marge Piercy, Walter Lowenfels, Clarence Major, Margaret Randall, Robert Head, Victor Hernandez Cruz, Julius Lester, Todd Gitlin, Darlene Fife, et al. The third issue is devoted to Paris in May, 1968 and the fourth to Cuba

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CHALK CIRCLE Vol. I, No. 1 (April-May, 1968) .

Price: $15.00

Left literary journal issued in New York and edited by Maro Riofrancos. Contains material by Peter Weiss, Bertolt Brecht, John Berger, A. Voznesensky, Lee Baxandall, Franz Kafka, Gerard Malanga, et al

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CHALK CIRCLE Vol. I, No. 1 (April-May, 1968) . With TLs on Chalk Circle letterhead from Maro Rionfrancos to (Walter) Lowenfells (sic) laid in.

Price: $22.50

Left literary journal issued in New York and edited by Maro Riofrancos. Contains material by Peter Weiss, Bertolt Brecht, John Berger, A. Voznesensky, Lee Baxandall, Franz Kafka, Gerard Malanga, et al

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ANVIL Vol. 1, No. 1 (April, 1974), May-June (1974) .

Price: $40.00

Two issues of this tabloid newspaper issued in San Francisco by the United Prisoners Union and edited by Popeye Jackson and others

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ANVIL Vol. 1, No. 1 (April, 1974) .

Price: $25.00

Tabloid newspaper issued in San Francisco by the United Prisoners Union and edited by Popeye Jackson and others

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A. R. M. No. 1 & No. 2 (ca. 1969) .

Price: $45.00

Two issues of this tabloid issued in Berkeley by the Committee for the American Revolutionary Movement

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BREAKTHROUGH: POLITICAL JOURNAL OF PRAIRIE FIRE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Vol. I, No. 1 (March, 1977) .

Price: $25.00

Journal of the "aboveground" support group of the Weather Underground

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BUREAU OF SURREALIST RESEARCH SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE
San Francisco: T. R. Johnson, 1978. Small 4to. Broadside .

Price: $25.00

Among the questions are "List your favorite criminal activities," "Give a brief list of the politicians and clergy to be immediately assassinated" and "Fill in the blanks with your immediate responses to the words given below," the words being: Giraffe, lava, merman, bones, scarecrow, wolf, radio and star

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THE CALL: ORGAN OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY (M-L) Vol. 1, No. 1 (Special Washington's Birthday Issue) .

Price: $45.00

Mock issue of the CP(M-L) tabloid issued by members of the Revolutionary Communist Party. The initials CP(M-L) are said to stand for the Communist Party (Menshevik-Liberal). The lead article is "Great Wrong Righted: Dalai Lama's Triumphant Return to Tibet" by "Michael Klownsky." Also included are "No End to Troubles in Iran," "Wang Kuang-mei: Early Fighter vs. Cultural Revolution Excesses," "Deng on Achievements of Modernization in U. S., Black Belt South," "'Learn from Yugoslavia' Movement Deepens in China," etc

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CHALLENGE: THE REVOLUTIONARY NEWSPAPER
Extra (May, 1968).

Price: $25.00

Tabloid of the Progressive Labor Party. This is an extra edition devoted to the Columbia Strike

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COLUMBIA FREE PRESS
Vol. I, No. 1 (Special Commencement Issue - 1970).

Price: $25.00

Tabloid newspaper which represented the "coordinated anti-war efforts of various groups working on the Columbia University Campus" in the wake of Nixon-Kissinger's expansion of the Vietnam War into Laos & Cambodia

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STRIKE: CONFRONTATION AT HARVARD - 1969; RECORDED LIVE AT CAMBRIDGE ON APRIL 8 THROUGH APRIL 18
New York: Buddah Records, Inc., ca. 1969. 33 1/3 rpm 2 LP set . BDSP 5044. A few notes on the contents written on rear cover of the sleeve. Records are in fine condition.

Price: $50.00

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THE COMMUNE April 8, 1968 & April 27, 1968 .

Price: $40.00

Two issues of this mimeographed bulletin issued in New York. Also included are two broadsides issued by The Commune - "Resistance or Revolution?" and "The Wilting of a Couple of Flowers: The Decrepitude of Student Life"

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