|Clatsop County Historical Society.
Cumtux (Vol 15, No 2, Spring 1995). Unmarked. Illustrated. Includes “Astroia Revisited: A Search for the East Indian Presence in Astoria,” ” Journey to India,” “The Enterprising Women of John Day and Fernhilll,” Mattie Lee Haddix,” and more. 45p. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#23970) $16.00
|Journal of the August Twenty-Ninth Movement (ML). The Red Banner (Winter, 1976-77, Vol. 1). Unmarked text. Includes introducing the Red Banner, “O.L., Right Opportunist Feint to the ‘Left’,” “Our disagreement with PRRWO,” “Principles of Party Organization,” “The Betrayal of the “‘C’PUSA on the Chicano National Question,” and “More Agitation, More Propaganda.” Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#23969) $20.00
The August 29th Movement was a Chicano communist organization that lasted from 1974 to 1978. It formed out of the Labor Committee of La Raza Unida Party in Los Angeles, and other collectives. It was one of several organizations that were part of the New Communist Movement, which were influenced by the thought of Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin’s theories on the National Question. Liberation Books (Seattle,WA) bookmark inside.
| You Have Struck a Rock: Women and Political Repression in Southern Africa. International Defence & Aid Fund for Southern Africa, 1980. ISBN: 0904759385. Unmarked. Some wear on cover. 24p. Illustrated throughout. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#23967)
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This booklet illustrates some of the ways in which political repression in Southern Africa has affected women, and their role in the struggle for freedom.