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UPTON SINCLAIR CENTENARY JOURNAL

Vol. 1, No. 1 (September, 1978) [43154] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Journal issued at California State University, Los Angeles. Contains "Upton Sinclair: A Reminiscence and a Comment" by Daniel Aaron, "The Great Pamphlets" by Melville Kress, "An American Socialist: Upton Sinclair" by Dieter Herms, "Upton Sinclair's EPIC Switch: Dilemma for American Socialists" by Leonard Leader, etc.

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PACIFIC WEEKLY: A WESTERN JOURNAL OF FACT AND OPINION

Vol.IV, No. 1 (January 6, 1936). Staples rusty; else very good. Scarce. [99528] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Leftist weekly magazine edited for a time in Carmel, California by Lincoln Steffens. Sara Bard Field was one of the associate editors & Ella Winter was the literary editor. This issue contains "Times Change: Continuing the Study of Marx" by Harold M. King, "Reply to Upton Sinclair" by King, etc.

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PACIFIC WEEKLY: A WESTERN JOURNAL OF FACT AND OPINION

Vol. IV, No. 10 (March 9, 1936). Staples rusty; else very good. Scarce. [99929] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Leftist weekly magazine edited for a time in Carmel, California by Lincoln Steffens. Sara Bard Field was one of the associate editors & Ella Winter was the literary editor. This issue contains "Seattle Labor Swings Leftward" by Cole Stevens, "EPIC Convention Victories" by Ben Legere, "Mexico's Cardenas" by Addison Keeler, a rejoinder to Carey McWilliams by Upton Sinclair, etc.

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PACIFIC WEEKLY: A WESTERN JOURNAL OF FACT AND OPINION

Vol. IV, No. 11 (March 16, 1936). Staples rusty; else very good. Scarce. [99930] (show more)

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Leftist weekly magazine edited for a time in Carmel, California by Lincoln Steffens. Sara Bard Field was one of the associate editors & Ella Winter was the literary editor. This issue contains "Hire Learning in Montana" by James R. Steele, "Art and 'Social Unrest'" by Michael Chepourkoff, "The Future of EPIC" by Earl Du Freyne French, "A Labor Trial in Alaska" by Irvin Goodman, "Footlights and Stool Pigeons" by Winthrop Rutledge, etc.

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PACIFIC WEEKLY: A WESTERN JOURNAL OF FACT AND OPINION

Vol. IV, No. 14 (April 6, 1936). Staples rusty; else very good. Scarce. [99931] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Leftist weekly magazine edited for a time in Carmel, California by Lincoln Steffens. Sara Bard Field was one of the associate editors & Ella Winter was the literary editor. This issue contains "Farm Fascism" by Carey McWilliams & Clive Belmont, "Political Prisoners: Third in the 'Truth about San Quentin' Series" by J. L. Clifton, "Drama in the Coal Mines" by Winthrop Rutledge, "Toward Understanding Karl Marx" by Harry Conover, etc.

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PACIFIC WEEKLY: A WESTERN JOURNAL OF FACT AND OPINION

Vol. IV, No. 23 (June 8, 1936). Staples rusty; else very good. Scarce. [99932] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Leftist weekly magazine edited for a time in Carmel, California by Lincoln Steffens. Sara Bard Field was one of the associate editors & Ella Winter was the literary editor. This issue contains "Mystery in the Mooney Case" by Jay Paine, "France Floors Fascism" by Georges Connes, "Hear America Singing" by Redfern Mason, an exchange of letters about freedom of speech by Alexander Meiklejohn & Lincoln Steffens, yet another reply to Upton Sinclair (at the end of which the editor states that "this correspondence must now cease") by Harold M. King, etc.

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One Sincliar Dollar
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

No information given (issued 1934). 6 1/4 x 3 in. Single sheet printed on both sides. [44538] (show more)

Price: $30.00

So-called "red currency" issued in opposition to Upton Sinclair's EPIC (End Poverty in California) campaign for the governorship of California in 1934. It is printed in red ink and lists "Utopian Sincliar" as Governor and "Tom Phoney" as Secretary of State. It is said to be issued by "Uppy & Downey Bank" and to be "Good Only in California or Russia" but "Not Very Good Anywhere" and bears the slogans "Easy Pickings in California" and "Endure Poverty in California".

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So the People May Know That Upton Sinclair Is Opposed to ALL the Established Churches
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Oakland: The League Against Religious Intolerance, ca. 1934. 4 x 9 in. Four-page leaflet. [51789] (show more)

Price: $30.00

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Upton Sinclair: Biographical and Critical Opinions
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Pasadena: Upton Sinclair, n.d. (1923). 12mo. Wraps. 32 p. 1st ed. Ahouse B14. Fine. [53788] (show more)

Price: $25.00

Contains laudatory statements about Sinclair's work by Ellen Key, Jack London, Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, Sinclair Lewis, Luther Burbank, H. L. Mencken, Henri Barbusse, Romain Rolland, Louise Bryant, Max Eastman, Michael Gold, et al.

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Upton Sinclair: Biographical and Critical Opinions
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Pasadena: Upton Sinclair, n.d. (1923). 12mo. Wraps. 32 p. 1st ed. Ahouse B14. Very good. [53789] (show more)

Price: $20.00

Contains laudatory statements about Sinclair's work by Ellen Key, Jack London, Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, Sinclair Lewis, Luther Burbank, H. L. Mencken, Henri Barbusse, Romain Rolland, Louise Bryant, Max Eastman, Michael Gold, et al.

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Upton Sinclair: Biographical and Critical Opinions
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Pasadena: Upton Sinclair, n.d. (1928). 12mo. Wraps. 32 p. Ahouse B14. Light cover wear; else very good. [53790] (show more)

Price: $15.00

Contains laudatory statements about Sinclair's work by Ellen Key, Jack London, Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, Sinclair Lewis, Luther Burbank, H. L. Mencken, Henri Barbusse, Romain Rolland, Louise Bryant, Max Eastman, Michael Gold, et al.

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For Thirty Years Upton Sinclair Posed as a Socialist. The Last Few Months He Has Been a Pretended Democrat. Is He Not in Fact a Dyed-in-the-Red Communist? Let Him Answer for Himself. His Communist Record
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

San Francisco: Democratic Merriam for Governor Campaign Committee, ca. 1934. 4 x 9 in. Six-page leaflet. Some darkening; else very good. [53807] (show more)

Price: $30.00

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For Thirty Years Upton Sinclair Posed as a Socialist. The Last Few Months He Has Been a Pretended Democrat. Is He Not in Fact a Dyed-in-the-Red Communist? Let Him Answer for Himself. His Communist Record
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

San Francisco: Democratic Merriam for Governor Campaign Committee, ca. 1934. 4 x 9 in. Six-page leaflet. Some wear & short tears at edges & folds; else very good. [53808] (show more)

Price: $22.50

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Books by Upton Sinclair
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Pasadena: Self-published, ca. 1920s. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Broadside. Folded once horizontally, worn at edges. [53811] (show more)

Price: $15.00

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"Sinclair for the Nobel Prize." In "The Literary Digest"
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Vol. 112, No. 5, Whole No. 2180 (January 30, 1932) Address label; else very good. [53815] (show more)

Price: $25.00

With full-color Lucky Strike ad featuring Jean Harlow on rear cover.

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"The Radical vs. Conservative Issue in California: By Capturing the Democratic Nomination for Governor, Upton Sinclair Has Put the Question of Liberalism, Reactionism, or 'Middle of the Road' Rule before the Electorate." By Robert Ordway Foote. In "The Li
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

Vol. 118, No. 10, Whole No. 2316 (September 8, 1934) Not located in Gottesman. Address label; else very good. [53817] (show more)

Price: $25.00

With a brief, two paragraph letter to the editor written by Upton Sinclair.

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The Candidacy of Upton Sinclair for the Nobel Prize for Literature
(SINCLAIR, Upton)

New York: The Committee, (1932). 12mo. Wraps. 38 p. 1st ed. Ahouse B19. Fine. [63153] (show more)

Price: $32.50

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Vote "No" against Sinclairism
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE AGAINST SINCLAIRISM

San Francisco: California League Against Sinclairism, ca. 1934. 3 5/8 x 4 7/8 in. Broadside. Fine. [50347] (show more)

Price: $25.00

In the shape of a shield, printed in red, white & blue with a golden bear at the top. Opposes the California gubernatorial campaign of Upton Sinclair.

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After the Elections What Next? How to End Starvation: A Message to Followers of Epic and the Utopians from the Communist Party
COMMUNIST PARTY

San Francisco: Western Worker Publishers, ca. 1934. 16mo. Wraps. 16 p. Small label at upper right-hand corner of cover, paper yellowing; else very good. [53767] (show more)

Price: $35.00

Message written in December, 1934, after the defeat of Upton Sinclair for the Governorship of California, to members of End Poverty in California (EPIC) and the Utopian Society.

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After the Elections What Next? How to End Starvation: A Message to Followers of Epic and the Utopians from the Communist Party
COMMUNIST PARTY

San Francisco: Western Worker Publishers, ca. 1934. 16mo. Wraps. 16 p. Tiny chip at upper left-hand corner of cover, paper yellowing, stapled rusty; else very good. [61656] (show more)

Price: $30.00

Message written in December, 1934, after the defeat of Upton Sinclair for the Governorship of California, to members of End Poverty in California (EPIC) and the Utopian Society.

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