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3311T Boston
November 11, 2019 12:00 PM - November 17, 2019 07:00 PMCalender
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Leftist, Civil Rights, Race Relations, and Communist Pamphlets.

$123$100
Auction: Books & Manuscripts - 3311T Location: Boston Date / Time: November 11, 2019 12:00PM

Description:

Leftist, Civil Rights, Race Relations, and Communist Pamphlets. Including: Marx and Engels's Manifesto of the Communist Party, Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1975; Aptheker's The Negro in the American Revolution, New York: International Publishers, 1940 (back cover and last few leaves with insect predation); Aptheker's The Negro in the Abolitionist Movement, New York: International Publishers, 1941; Aptheker's Negro Slave Revolts in the United States, New York: International Publishers, 1939; Escalation: a Policy of Failure, Washington, DC: Friends Committee on National Legislation, [n.d.]; Beliefs and Practices of the American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia: by the Committee, [1965]; Southern Africa: the Harare and Ai-Gams Declarations, Geneva: Picarat, 1986; Minutes of the University Commission on Southern Race Questions, Charlottesville: by the Commission, [no date, c. 1915]; Cawood's The Churches and Race Relations in South Africa, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, 1964; Horrell's Legislation and Race Relations, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, 1963; Edelstein's What do Young Africans Think?, Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations, 1972; Dissent, Vol. VI, Number 3, New York, 1959; Charities and the Commons, a Weekly Journal of Philanthropy and Social Advance, Vol. XV, No. 9, New York: Charity Organization Society of the City of New York, 1905; Sanity, a Magazine Devoted to Peace and Disarmament, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2, Madison, WI, 1962; Jim Kepner's Becoming a People... a 4,000 Year Gay and Lesbian Chronology, Hollywood: National Gay Archives, 1983; The Realist, four issues from 1968; and three vintage gummed labels that read, "Make Mississippi Part of the U.S.A.!"; "Freedom's Bus is Everybody's Bus"; and "Freedom is as Freedom Does, End Jim Crow!"; sizes vary.
Estimate $200-300


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Keywords

institute of race relations, Jim Kepner, Jim Crow, Edelstein, Aptheker, Ai, Charlottesville, Harare, Johannesburg, Madison, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, South Africa, United States