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WORLD MARXIST REVIEW

Vol. 1, No. 1 (September, 1958) thru Vol. 33, No. 2 (February, 1990). Lacking 19 issues. Generally very good or better. [98616] (show more)

Price: $750.00

Communist journal issued in Prague & elsewhere in various languages. These copies are the North American edition issued in Toronto. 370 issues are included. Missing are one issue from 1970 & 18 from 1977 - 1980. Also included are 244 issues of its companion publication, Information Bulletin, making 614 issues in total. Obviously, there will be extra shipping for this run.

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LENIN, V. I

Moscow: Progress Publishers, (1977-1987). 45 volumes + 2 index volumes. 8vo. Maroon fabrikoid, stamped in gilt & blind. Fine in dust wrappers which are fine save for occasional wear & edge tears. [89043] (show more)

Price: $600.00

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AMERICAN RELIEF ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN

Series 1, No. 1 (March 17, 1919) - Series 2, No. 45 (April, 1926). 67 issues + index to Series 1 Scarce. [27839] (show more)

Price: $550.00

Complete run of this mimeographed bulletin. Contains many articles by Herbert Hoover and much material on famine relief in Soviet Russia. Among the last issues are several book-length studies, including "Russian Railroads in the National Crisis" by Sidney Brooks, "America and Poland 1915-1925" by Brooks and "American Medical and Sanitary Relief in the Russian Famine, 1921-1923" by Henry Beeuwkes, M. D.

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LENIN, V. I

Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1971-1977. 45 volumes + one index (of 2). 8vo. Burgundy fabrikoid, stamped in gilt & blind, with dust wrapers & cardboard slip cases. Very good in dust wrappers, many of which are worn & a few with a tears, lacking 2 d.w. + 1 slip case. [98097] (show more)

Price: $500.00

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PSYCHIATRIC NEWSLETTER

Vol. I, No. 1 (April 1, 1948) thru Vol. III, No. 3 (June-July, 1950) Scarce. [74827] (show more)

Price: $450.00

Run of 31 issues of this mimeographed newsletter issued in New York. It was available by mail or, according the mastheads of the last three issues, could also be had at "Sachs' newsstand, the second stand west of 5th Ave., on the south side of 42nd St., New York City." It was oriented toward the Communist Party, U.S.A., at least initially. It contains articles, often running for two or three issues, on such subjects as "Moxonism versus Marxism" (a rejoinder to an article by Cavendish Moxon in "Science & Society"), "Marxist View of Harry Stack Sullivan," "The Lysenko Controversy and Modern Psychiatry," "Philosophic Assumptions of Sigmund Freud," "Notes on Theodor Reik," "Cosmopolitanism in Psychiatry," etc. An editorial in Vol. I, No. 12 (February, 1949) announces a break by the editor or editors of the newsletter with the C.P. which is now deemed to be an "opportunist" organization. No individual is named as editor or contributor to this publication. There is an obituary of a "Comrade Harry Allinger" a miner and former CPer who, though not a psychiatrist, shared the editor(s) attitude toward what he termed the "CPUSA (Menshevik)".

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LENIN, V. I

Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1962-68. 40 vols. 8vo. Maroon fabrikoid, stamped in gilt & blind. Paginated variously. All volumes are in very good to fine contition in dust wrappers & cardboard boxes with the following exceptions - Volume 12 lacks the box, a few dust wrappers are chipped & 3 have staining as well as one box, two of the bindings are bumped at edges. [88403] (show more)

Price: $450.00

Vol. 26 is the 1964 printing by Lawrence & Wishart, the publishing house of the Communist Party of Great Britain, which is composed of the sheets of the Moscow edition with a new tipped-in title page + a new binding & dust wrapper. Extra shipping for this set.

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NEW YORK NOTES: FIGHT FOR A WORKERS AND FARMERS GOVERNMENT - AND A SOCIALIST AMERICA!

Vol. 1, No. 1 (ca. March 1, 1948) thru (Vol. 2, No. 17) October 24, 1949 Very scarce. [51739] (show more)

Price: $425.00

Unbroken run of 44 issues of this bi-weekly mimeographed bulletin issued by the Communist Workers Committee (Provisional) of New York City, a post-War left split from the Communist Party. This obscure group, whose contact person is one M. Brooks, is not listed as one of the "primary Left-deviationist groups" by David A. Shannon ("The Decline of American Communism"). In its pages the C.P. is consistently attacked for "surrendering to Menshevism and Social-Democracy." Questions of party-building are uppermost; the formation of a new Marxist-Leninist Communist Party is explored extensively, as in "The Main Task for American Communists" (issue of 12/20/48). A two-part article expounds on "The fight against Trotskyism." A deceased comrade, Harold Allinger (a "fighter for Bolshevism") is recalled and a long letter from him is printed, etc.

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From Bryan to Stalin
FOSTER, William Z

New York: International Publishers, (1937). 8vo. Cloth. 352 p. 2nd printing. Seidman F317. INSCRIBED: "To Comrade Moe Teitelbaum with revolutionary greetings from W. Z. Foster." Also SIGNED by Earl Browder, Jack Stachel, James W. Ford, Carl Ross, Steve Nelson and many rank-and-file Communists. Cover soiled. [53501] (show more)

Price: $350.00

Some of the rank-and-file signatures have lengthy inscriptions, three of which make reference to Teitelbaum's service in Spain with the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. The book would appear to have been signed at a Party school, perhaps one for members of the Y.C.L.

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PSYCHIATRIC NEWSLETTER

Vol. I, No. 1 (April 1, 1948) thru Vol. I, No. 6 (July, 1948), Vol. I, No. 8 (October, 1948) thru Vol. II, No. 12 (December 15, 1949), Vol. II, No. 14 (February, 1950) thru Vol. III, No. 3 (June-July, 1950) [74828] (show more)

Price: $350.00

29 issues (of 31) of this mimeographed newsletter issued in New York. It was available by mail or, according the mastheads of the last three issues, could also be had at "Sachs' newsstand, the second stand west of 5th Ave., on the south side of 42nd St., New York City." It was oriented toward the Communist Party, U.S.A., at least initially. It contains articles, often running for two or three issues, on such subjects as "Moxonism versus Marxism" (a rejoinder to an article by Cavendish Moxon in "Science & Society"), "Marxist View of Harry Stack Sullivan," "The Lysenko Controversy and Modern Psychiatry," "Philosophic Assumptions of Sigmund Freud," "Notes on Theodor Reik," "Cosmopolitanism in Psychiatry," etc. An editorial in Vol. I, No. 12 (February, 1949) announces a break by the editor or editors of the newsletter with the C.P. which is now deemed to be an "opportunist" organization. No individual is named as editor or contributor to this publication. There is an obituary of a "Comrade Harry Allinger," a miner and former CPer who was not a psychiatrist but shared the editor[s] attitude toward what he termed the "CPUSA (Menshevik)".

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THE VOICE OF LABOR

18 issues from 1921 (specific issues upon request). Goldwater 286. Paper browning, some issues with chipping at edges, a few beginning to separate at the horizontal fold. [93941] (show more)

Price: $325.00

"This mid-Western weekly took the numbering of its predecessors, the Swedish Social-Demokraten, the New World (one issue), and New Age (March 25 to July 1, 1921). But with the new name, it took a markedly radical direction, with William Z. Foster, John Beffel, and other editors. These came first from radical trade unions, then from the Communists" - Goldwater.

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Moscow
[RODCHENKO, Alexander], designed & photographed by

Illustrated with b/w photos. Moscow & Leningrad: State Art Publishers, 1939. Small 4to. Maroon embossed fabrikoid, stamped in gilt. Unpaginated. Previous owner's name on front paste-down; else very good. [101262] (show more)

Price: $300.00

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V Zastenkakh Kitaiskikh Satrapov: (Moi Vospominaniya)
BORODINA, F(ania) S

Moskva - Leningrad: Gosudarstvennoe Izdatelstvo, 1928. 8vo. Wraps. 215 p. 1st ed. 5.000 ekz. INSCRIBED & SIGNED. Some cover wear; else very good. Scarce. [54827] (show more)

Price: $225.00

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Discussion Bulletin 1 (June, 1945) - 2 (June, 1945), 4 (July, 1945) - 10 (August, 1945)
COMMUNIST POLITICAL ASSOCIATION, CALIFORNIA STATE COMMITTEE

San Francisco: California State Committee, CPA, 1945. Nine issues (of ten). Tabloid newspaper format. [57037] (show more)

Price: $225.00

Contents: Bulletin 1. "Browder's Position on the Resolution" by Earl Browder & "Foster on Revisionism in the C.P.A." by William Z. Foster. These articles are published side-by-side on the front page. Bulletin 2. "Thompson Discusses Browder's Program" by Bob Thompson & "Minor Says Browder Is Basically Wrong" by Robert Minor. Bulletin 4. "Some Aspects of Our Policies and Tasks: Report to the National Committee, CPA, June 18-20" by Eugene Dennis & "The Reestablishment of Our Marxist Vanguard Role: Report to the National Committee, CPA, June 18-20" by John Williamson. Bulletin 5. "Revisionism and Practical Work" by Mickey Beagle, Contra Costa County, "Marxism Is the Key" by J. L. Thompson, Tulare, "Resolution of the Sacramento CPA," "Revisionism and American Democratic Traditions" by Homer Mulligan, San Francisco, "Foster's Letter and Our Policy" by Fred Doyer, Mill Valley, "Disagrees with Browder" by Nat Yanish, Oakland, "Defeat of Fascist-Militarist Japan Our First Taks" by Harold Allinger, San Francisco, etc. Bulletin 6. "The Present Situation and the Next Tasks: (Draft Resolution of the National Board, CPA, as Amended and Approved by the National Committee on June 20 ... )," "On the Question of Leadership" by Wm. Schneiderman, "What, Why and How!" by J. Ginsburg, Los Angeles, "Welcomes Board Resolution" by Violet Orr, San Francisco. Bulletin 7. "Revisionism and Our Negro Work" by George Lohr, San Diego, "On Work of Our Clubs" by Nina Bissell, Membership Director, North Beach, "Questions and Comments on Teheran" by Bernice Carey, Polk-Van Ness Club, San Francisco, "Let's Correct Our Bad Methods of Work" by H. D., Berkeley, "Concerning Class Interests" by M. B. Howard, Richmond, "We Deserted the Teachings of Marx" by Hodee Richards, San Francisco, "How We Got That Way" by Clarence Tobey, Oakland, etc. Bulletin 8. "Source of Our Revisionism" by Celeste Strack, Haldane Club, Alameda County, "Revisionism Has a History" by Harrison George, San Francisco, "We Should Welcome Duclos' Letter" by A. A., East Hollywood Club, Los Angeles, "Self-Criticism Should Start at Home" by Bessie Keckler, San Jose, etc. Bulletin 9. "Browder's Speech to National Committee" by Earl Browder, "We Have to Learn to Think" by B. W., Berkeley, "We Let Labor Down" by Carl Swan, Burlingame, etc. Bulletin 10. "Constitution of the Communist Party of the United States: Adopted by the Special National Convention Held in New York City, July 26-29, 1945," "How We Made Our Errors: (Excerpts from Remarks at National Committee Meeting, June 20)" by N(emmy) Sparks, Los Angeles, "Influence of Bourgeois Ideology" by Karl Kahn, San Francisco, "Revisionism and Our Negro Work" by Pettis Perry, Los Angeles, "A Letter from Overseas" by Archie Brown, Member of County Committee, San Francisco Communist Political Association (on leave), etc.

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Our City Needs a WAR Program! Vote for Oleta O'Connor Yates for Supervisor. Gear San Francisco to the Attack!
(YATES, Oleta O'Connor)

San Francisco: (Communist Party), ca. 1943. 42 x 28 in. Photo-illustrated poster, printed in black & red. Folded four times, pin holes at corners; else very good. [65434] (show more)

Price: $225.00

With a large photo of Yates, who was a leader of the Communist Party in San Francisco. She was later tried for violation of the Smith Act.

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Ukraine during the Directorate of the Ukrainian National Republic, Nov. 1918 - Nov. 1920
STACHIW, Matthew

Scranton, Pa.: Ukrainian Scientific-Historical Library, (1962). Seven volumes. 8vo. Wraps. 272 + 248 + 276 + 352 + 248 + 247 + 432 p. Chevchenko Scientific Society Ukrainian Studies Series X. 1st edition. About fine. Scarce. [100642] (show more)

Price: $225.00

Text in Ukrainian.

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SHARK IULDUZI: OILIK ADABII-BADIII, IZHTIMOII-SIESII ZHURNAL

January-June, 1955, January-December, 1956. Bound in three Volumes. Paul Henze's copies with his name stamp. About fine. Scarce. [86289] (show more)

Price: $225.00

Organ of the Soviet Writers' Union of Uzbekistan. Henze was a CIA operative who was later became well-known as a proponent of the so-called "Bulgarian connection." Extra shipping for this run.

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PEKING REVIEW

January 1, 1967 thru December 26, 1969 Bound in six volumes with brown paper covers. Marking in a few scattered issues but basically very good or better. [101265] (show more)

Price: $225.00

Run of 156 consecutive issues of this authoritative weekly magazine of the People's Republic of China. Extra shipping for this collection.

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STALIN, J

Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1952-1956. 13 vols. xxi, 426 + xiii, 440 + xiv, 451 + xviii, 494 + xiv, 454 + xiv, 450 + xiv, 434 + xv, 421 + xiii, 391 + xiii, 408 + xvi, 398 + xiv, 407 + xviii, 427 p. [12261] (show more)

Price: $195.00

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PRAXIS: REVUE PHILOSOPHIQUE / PRAXIS: PHILOSOPHISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT / PRAXIS: A PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW / PRAXIS: FILOZOFSKI DVOMJESECNIK

Vol 1, No. 1 (1965) thru Vol. 3, No. 2 (1967), Vol. 3, No. 4 (1967) thru Vol. 9, No. 1 (1973), Vol. 9, No. 4 [96647] (show more)

Price: $175.00

Nearly complete run - 27 issues (in 20) - of this journal issued in Zagreb. All but two are the International Edition which was issued with the title variously in English, German & French but apparently all with the same multilingual contents. Extra shipping for this run.

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CARTOONS: WEAPONS IN THE FIGHT FOR PEACE

Illustrated with 30 full-page color cartoons. No place [Bucharest?]: The Permanent Committee for the Defence of Peace in the Rumanian People's Republic, ca. late-1940s. Folio. Wraps. 32 leaves. Very good. [82437] (show more)

Price: $175.00

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