Lawrence KS: University Press of Kansas, (2008). First printing. 8vo, pp. xi, 243. Notes, bibliographic essay, index. Illustrated with photographs and political cartoons. Two leaves creased due to binding error, but no text harmed; o/w as new in dj. The race between incumbant Grover Cleveland and challenger Benjamin Harrison. The...
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NY: Knopf, 1954. First US Edition. 8vo, pp. 273. A VG tight copy in some scuffed and chipped dj.The scarce first edition. "By one of the most profoundly influential thinkers of our century, 'The Rebel' is a classic essay on revolution.
Boston: Beacon, (1962). First printing. 8vo, pp. 177. Owner's signature on flyleaf, o/w a nice copy in little chipped and worn dj. The author presents the folly of Armageddon-like good-versus-evil thinking about America's place in the world, and offers a different road to national priorities.
Genevae: Paulum Marceau, 1630. Second edn. 12mo, [xxiv], 523. Bound in contemporary calf, rubbed, spine dried, front blank loose, title within ornamental border. A good clean copy. This is a reprint, probably unauthorized of the Elzevir 1627 edition. With the preface. This was later reissued under the title; Arcana Politica...
Manchester: Labour Press Society, 1894. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 41. Sewn self wraps, a fine copy. Scarce. Carpenter (1844-1929) visited the US in 1877, meeting US writers and later devoted himself to the socialism of Morris and Hyndman. His discussion of sex roles mirrors his understanding of power in contemporary society.
Boston: Houghton Miffllin, 1923. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xix, 206. Bibliography, index. Maroon cloth. Owner's bookplate on pastedown, edges little soiled, cover scuffed at edges, o/w a VG tight copy.
NY: Knopf, (2006). First American edn. 8vo, pp. xv, 394. Notes, chrolology, index. Illustrated. Paper over boards. Near fine in very slightly chipped dj.
NY: Scribner, 1923. First edition. Limited to 1000 copies specially printed and reserved for those whose contributions in work or money made the winning of woman suffrage possible. 8vo, pp. 504. Index. Bound in original cloth,, a very good copy. (Most of these tend to be in poor condition, this...
NY: Praeger, (1973). First edn. 8vo, pp. 374, illust. OP. * Biographical narratives of the experiences of the 85 women who had at this time been members of the US Congress.
NY: Appleton-Century, (1940). First Edition. 8vo, pp. xvii, 273. Dark green cloth, stamped in gilt. Cover and top edge little soiled, o/w a VG tight copy. Writings on democracy, communism, fascism, nazism, by diverse authors, including Jefferson, Whitman, Dewey, Marx, Hitler, Mussolini.
London: J. Gray, 1736. First Edition. 8vo, xcii, vi, 468. Illustrated with 9 folding engraved plates, one of a person being tortured by the Inquisition. Bookplate. Bound in contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, rubbed. Some foxed, minor stains and foxing. Lowndes, 409. Chandler (1693-1766) was a non-conformist divine. After his wife...
Ithaca NY: Cornell, (1995). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 226. Index. Top edges slightly spoted, lower corners of cover slightly bumped, o/w a nice copy in scuffed dj. An anti-realist view of shared norms.
New Haven CT: Ticknor & Fields, 1983. First printing. 8vo, pp. viii, 307. Maroon cloth. A nice cipy in scuffed dj. A biography of Rose Chernin, a Russian immigrant and radical who was imprisoned during the McCarthy era.
NY: Holt, (2007). Second printing. 8vo, pp. 311. Notes, index. Paper wraps. Near fine.
NY: Pantheon, (1979). First American edn. 8vo, pp. viii, 212. Index. Translated from the French by John Viertel. Top edge little spotted, o/w a nice copy in little scuffed dj.
NY: Citizens to Re-elect Bella, (1972). Campaign literature, two 8-1/2x11 sheets, folded once. Illustrated wtih photographs. VG.
[Boston? 1914?]. Broadside, 12 x 6 in., split at one of the folds. The top 3/4 is tanned. Good. John Wingate Weeks (1860 – 1926) was an American politician in the Republican Party. He served as the Mayor of Newton, Massachusetts from 1902 to 1903, a United States Representative for...
Cambridge MA: Harvard, 1970. First Edition. 8vo, pp. xi, 283. Appendix, bibliography, index. One map. Blue cloth. Owner's name on flyleaf, edges slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in scuffed and little chipped dj. The heavy influence of New Hampshire Democrats on the national Jacksonian movement.
Cheshire, CT: Cherry Hill, 1964. First printing. 8vo, pp. 111. Index, illustrations. One of 1000 copies. Some sunning ,o/w fine. Uncommon look at the great Polish stage legends.
NY: Greeley & McElrath, 1844. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 16. Self wraps, sewn. Water stained on the first leaf, o/w good. Not in Afro-Americana. Colton, a clergyman and jounalist, was official biographer of Henry Clay. Here, he discusses slavery and abolition.
Paris: Biblioteque Communiste, 1921. First French edition. Original wraps. 8vo, Pp. 124. Spine darkened. A very good copy.
NY: Monthly Review, 1971. First edn. 8vo, Pp., 441. VG in price clipped dj. Active in the German, Polish and Russian Communist movements in the pre-WWII time period, Luxemburg was murdered by the German government.
NY: Dissent, 1957. Periodical. 8vo, pp. 99- 208. Paper wraps. Cover lsightly chipped and soiled, o/w a VG tight copy. "A quarterly of Socialist opinion."
Des Moines IA: Cowles Magazines, 1952. Periodical. 12mo, pp. 68. Paper wraps. Illustrated. A nice copy. Cover features General Douglas MacArthur as a possible dark horse candidate in the coming presidential election.
NY: Sprague-Coleman, 1940. 4to, 4pp, self wraps with photo of Wilkie on the red, white and blue cover. Very good.