Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1970. Illus. xxx, 274pp. 8vo, two-toned black cloth, d.w. chipped on spine ends, d.w. sunned on spine, previous owner's signature, otherwise very good. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1970). First Edition. The Manifesto of the party: The first complete documentary record of the Panther's program. Includes statements by Huey P. Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, David Hilliard, and Fred Hampton.
New York: Scribner, 1988. 325 pages, 8vo, orange cloth backed orange boards. New York: Sribner's Sons, 1988. Blurb from d.w. pasted on endpaper, else a near fine copy. "The Armory Show and the Pageant, Martin Green shows so brilliantly, were the last manifestations of a pre World War I radicalism -- in art and in the ranks of the proletariat, of the old Interanational Workers of the World.
New York: New Masses, 1937. Volume XXV, no. 8 of New Masses. 31pp. folio, New York, November 16, 1937. The Rockwell Kent article is 5 pages, triple columned. Also in this issue is a full page illustration by William Gropper; "Haymarket 1887 -1937" by Alan Calmer and a review of Odet's "Golden Boy". Printed on wood-pulp paper, but in very good condition.
New York: Merit Publishers, 1965. Edited by George Breitman. 21 Illus. xiii, 242pp. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. New York: Merit Publishers, 1965. First Edition The dust wrapper is separated on the fold of the spine portion. There are two small chips on the top and a large chip on the bottom of the spine portion of the dust wrapper. The spine portion of the dust wrapper is also lightly dampstained. The book is in very good condition. The wrapper looks...