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Category: All Categories: Politics and Government: Political Magazines
9 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.

RADICAL HISTORY REVIEW #22 Winter 1979-1980

Publisher: MARHO New York 1980.
Softcover Very Good- with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Cover has some soiling. ; Articles include An Interview With William Appleman Williams, Working Women and the Women's Question, Maxism, Household Mode of Production, Islamic Women, and more. ; Trade PB; B&W Illustrations; 192 pages

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2.
American Mercury (J. Edgar Hoover; Herman Talmadge)  
AMERICAN MERCURY: February, Feb. 1958
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Publisher: American Mercury NY 1958.
Vol. LXXXVI, No. 409. Edited by William La Varre. Cover art by DeWitt Whistler Jayne for "Herman talmadge, The Voice of States Rights!" 1/3" loss at spine head; creasing. Single Issue Magazine Very Good

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3.
Clement, Travers, Lewis Coser, Emanuel Geltman, Irving Howe, Norman Mailer, Stanley Plastrik, Bernard Rosenberg,  
Dissent. Fall 1956.

Publisher: NY: Dissent Publishing Association, 1956..
Includes "A Letter to Picasso" by Czeslaw Milosz; "The Tragedy at Parris Island" by Norman Mailer;"America as a 'Mass Society'" by Michael Reagan (has red marginalia & some underlining); among other interesting articles. VG. ISBN: Czeslaw Milosz; Norman Mailer;

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4.
Executive Secretariat of the Organization of Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America  
Tricontinental. Theoretical Organ of the Executive Secretariat

Publisher: Havana, Published by the Executive Secretariat... 1968-1972.
25 numbers. Monthly series: No. 32 (Nov. 1968)-71 (Feb. 1972, 73 (Apr. 1972), 74/75 (May/June 1972), 78 (Sept. 1972-80 (Nov. 1972), 82, 84. A vehemently vitriolic anti-American periodical published in Spanish, French and English versions. The English edition is filled with attacks on the United States and on our war in Vietnam. Very Good in pictorial paper covers. stock#MAG001.

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5.
Graubard, Stephen R. (editor)  
Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Winter 1968. Vol. 97, No. 1.

Publisher: Cambridge, MA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Paperback. 352 pp. Minor soiling to covers, surface tear from price tag, o/w VG. Internally clean. Soft Cover

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6.
Haydn, Hiram (editor).  
The American Scholar. Autumn, 1955.

Publisher: Richmond, VA: Phi Beta Kappa, 1955..
1st issue printed wraps. Includes "Liberalism" by Hubert H. Humphrey; "What the Japanese Intellectuals Are Thinking" by Dallas Finn; "The Kinds of Knowledge" by Mark Van Doren; "What's Wrong with the American Novel" with Ralph Ellison, Jean Stafford, Will. ISBN: Hubert H. Humphrey; Mark Van Doren; Dallas Finn; Ralph Ellison: Jean Stafford; William Styron

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7.
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Searchlight. April 1995.

Publisher: London: Searchlight Magazine Ltd., 1995..
No. 238. VG.

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Various  
The Unpopular Review, January-March 1916, No. 9, Vol. V
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Publisher: Henry Holt and Co, New York, 1915.
Paperback. Condition: Fair-/None Brown softcover, small 8vo., gilt titling on front indistinct. Front cover has diagonal crease to top corner, separated 4 ins. up from bottom at spine; ends of spine chipped with loss, especially at heel. Owner's name on cover, one page has pencil underlining. Page 151 closed tear in margin. Binding is sound. BOOK INFO: A quarterly publication that came out before and during WWI, which 'holds that the principal hope for humanity is in the progress in knowledge, intelligence and character of the less capable portion of mankind.' Contents: Singing Man with the Hoe, Rear-Rank Reflections, Nine Sons of Satan, What Is Nationality?, If I Were a College President, Efficient Democracy, The Way of the Translator, Your Blood and Mine, On the Distaff Side, Tinkering the Constitution, The Case for the Literacy Test, These Reformers, The Case for the Literacy Test, Patience Worth, En Casserole. With prelim pages of publisher's ads. Language: English. Pages: 221

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Various  
The Unpopular Review, October-December 1915, No. 8, Vol. IV
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Publisher: Henry Holt and Co, New York, 1915.
Paperback. Condition: Good-/None "Brown softcover with darkened, indistinct gilt titling on front and spine. Front cover bottom corner chipped off with chipping to ends of spine. Subscription renewal paper laid in. Binding is sound, and interior unmarked. Small 8vo." "BOOK INFO: A quarterly publication that came out before and during WWI, which 'holds that the principal hope for humanity is in the progress in knowledge, intelligence and character of the less capable portion of mankind.' Contents: Sentimentalism--Soft and Hard; Wayland the Feminist; Confessions of an Anti; The Real Cause of the War; How It Looked in Advance; National Prohibition and Representative Government; National Prohibition and the Church; On Reading a Play; Aesthetic Integrity; Vocational Guidance; The Conservation of the Private Purse; A New Essay in the Psychology of Advertising; Labor, Law, and Order; The Minimum Wage-Board and the Union, Some Heteromatic Writing; En Casserole. With prelim pages of publisher's ads.". Language: English. Pages: 443

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