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  • FREEDOMWAYS; Quarterly Review of the Freedom Movement, Vol. 10, no. 2, Second Quarter, 1970. by Clarke, John Henrik, Esther Jackson, J. H. O'Dell, editors. Robert S. Browne, Julius Nyerere and others, contributors.
    Clarke, John Henrik, Esther Jackson, J. H. O'Dell, editors. Robert S. Browne, Julius Nyerere and others, contributors.
    FREEDOMWAYS; Quarterly Review of the Freedom Movement, Vol. 10, no. 2, Second Quarter, 1970.

    Edition: First printing, a magazine.

    New York: Freedomways Associates, 1970. First edition - Includes Julius Nyerere of Tanzania on "Socialism is not racialism," J.H. O'Dell "The contours of the 'Black Revolution' in the 1970s," Robert S. Browne on "Roots of US intervention in Cambodia," poetry, book reviews and more. pp 100-192. Cover art by Charles White.

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated wrappers (light university library stamp on covers, no other markings).

    Book ID: 79341
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  • Khrushchov, N. S. (Nikita Khrushchev)
    SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM: Selected Passages 1956 -1963.

    Edition: First printing in wrappers. No hardcover edition.

    Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1963. First edition - Excerpts from speeches, reports and public statements. Photograph of Khrushchev on front cover. 176 pages.

    Condition: Very good- (some rubbing to covers, a rather fragile publication). Uncommon.

    Book ID: 22743
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  • Khrushchov, N. S. (Nikita Khrushchev)
    THE NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT: Selected Passages 1956 -1963.

    Edition: First printing in wrappers. No hardcover edition.

    Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1963. First edition - Excerpts from speeches, reports and public statements. Photograph of Khrushchev on front cover. 96 pages.

    Condition: Very good- (some rubbing to covers, a rather fragile publication). Uncommon.

    Book ID: 22744
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  • STUBBS AT FIFTY. by Pocock, Guy (1880-1955)
    Pocock, Guy (1880-1955)
    STUBBS AT FIFTY.

    Edition: First American edition.

    New York: Macmillan, 1937. Hardcover first edition - Mr Stubbs, a schoolteacher at a public school, is forced to resign for his socialist ideas, and in a dramatic change he goes to London, where he finds himself hopelessly out-of-date and makes a fool of himself to begin with. 318 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in light tan cloth with dark brown lettering (some soiling to the covers, offsetting to the endpapers), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 77693
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  • JOURNEY INTO THE BLUE. by Rab, Gustav
    Rab, Gustav
    JOURNEY INTO THE BLUE.

    Edition: First US printing.

    New York: Pantheon, (1960) dj. Hardcover first edition - A novel set in 1952 and based on the events of the Communist takeover of Hungary four years earlier. His first novel to appear in English, this was written in secret during the seven years he spent in the "puszta," a pilot socialist community on the edge of the great Hungarian desert, dedicated to the raising of pigs. Translated from the French by Peter Green. 381 pp.

    Condition: Very good in a fair only dust jacket (tears the length of the spine of the dj)

    Book ID: 79398
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  • Thomas, Hugh.
    JOHN STRACHEY.

    Edition: First US printing.

    New York: Harper & Row, 1973. dj. Hardcover first edition - Biography of one of the most influential English socialists in 30's, 40's, 50's. Index. 319 pages.

    Condition: Very near fine in a like dustjacket.

    Book ID: 15683
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  • ANGEL IN THE FOREST. by Young, Marguerite (Introduction by Mark Van Doren.)
    Young, Marguerite (Introduction by Mark Van Doren.)
    ANGEL IN THE FOREST.

    Edition: First thus.

    New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1966.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A reissue of her first book (originally published in 1945) with a new introduction by Mark Van Doren. This nonfiction work is a chronicle of two Utopian experiments in Indiana early in the nineteenth century. Father George Rapp, a German mystic, founded the first of these communities in 1814. and when he gave up in 1825, he sold the land to Robert Owen, the father of British socialism. Owen created New Harmony, which sought to show the way toward a rational order, but which became a debacle in just 2 years. xiii, 331 pp.

    Condition: Very near fine in a good dustjacket. (two long tape-repaired tears on back cover of dj, with associated creasing.)

    Book ID: 41182
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