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Category: All Categories: Movements and Organizations: Radical Movements
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Anderson, Walt editor  

Publisher: Goodyear Publishing Pacific Palisades, CA 1969.
Second Printing Softcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Previous owner's name. ; Twenty five essays, articles and studies dealing with major protest movements and actions in the areas of civil rights, education, peace and religion.; Trade PB; 269 pages

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Purchase direct from: Gibson's Books. Item number: 35405.
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Avery, Paul  
The Voices of Guns
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1976, Copyright date: 1977.
ISBN: 9780399117381 Hardcover. Condition: Good/Poor Black cloth boards with red titling on spine and red snake illustration stamped on front; corners are rubbed. Water stain to spine heel. Light foxing to page edges. Binding sound. Light water stain to upper corners of first 28 pages. Light price stamp on ffep; interior otherwise unmarked. DJ chipped and worn at extremities. 8vo. BOOK INFO: Includes index. 'Intimate, detailed, definitive-here is the complete account, the story behind the headlines, the sensational career of the Symbionese Liberation Army, a tiny cult of California revolutionaries, who captured the curiosity and imagination of millions and wrote one of the most bizarre chapters in the history of the American left.' (from the endflap). Language: English. Pages: 544

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Purchase direct from: Quadrant Book Mart. Item number: 13677.
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Bryan, John.  
This Soldier Still At War

Publisher: Published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich,.
CR 1975, stated 1st edition, 341 pages with index. Slight wear to covers. B&W photos at front and back of book text. Vietnam vet who declared war on U.S. and trained the SLA, the group that had Patty Hearst an d Angela Atwood. History, Terrorism, kidnapping, violence, crime. HARD COVER

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Purchase direct from: Books by Jan. Item number: 000685.
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Emily Harris, Bill Harris, Russell Little, and Joseph Remiro.  
The Last SLA Statement. An Interview with Russ, Joe, Bill, & Emily.

Publisher: Berkeley, CA: BARC, 1976..
Yellow stapled wraps. 40 pp. 8 1/2 x 7". VG.

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Purchase direct from: Albatross Books. Item number: 5399.
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Gregor, A. James  
CONTEMPORARY RADICAL IDEOLOGIES Totalitarian Thought in the TwentiethCentury

Publisher: Random House New York 1968.
First Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Stamp on front endpaper. ; 370 pages

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Purchase direct from: Gibson's Books. Item number: 52919.
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Lasch, Christopher  
NEW RADICALISM IN AMERICA 1889-1963 The Intellectual As a Social Type

Publisher: Alfred A Knopf New York 1965.
First Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. Cover has some spotting.

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McIlhany II, William H., Illustrated by: Excerpts  
The ACLU on Trial

Publisher: Arlington House Publsihers New Rockelle, NY 1976.
271 pp, black cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, dj light brown w/black-grey lettering on the spine, Inscribed and SIGNED on the ffep by the author. The author sketches libertarian approach to legal issues that proceeds f/constitutional assumptions of the founding fathers. He exposes the ACLU record of collaborating w/proponents of totalitarian doctrines. The author tells the story of the 1954 reversal of the ACLU's anti-Communist policies. Book is detailed uncompromising assessment of one of America's activist organizations. bookstore stamps on ffep. Inscribed & SIGNED By Author First Edition Good Hard Cover Very Good 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

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Purchase direct from: Curio Corner Books. Item number: 005603.
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