‘International Forum - For Unity Of The Marxist-Leninist Movement’, Marxist-Leninist Organization of Canada (IN STRUGGLE!), Montreal, 1980.

Al Fajr Jerusalem - Palestinian Weekly’, Washington, D.C., 1985.

'Socialist Voice', League for the Revolutionary Party, New York, 1976. Thanks to Dennis.

‘Philippine Society and Revolution’, Amado Guerrero, Ta Kung Pao Publishers, People’s Republic of China, 1971. A Maoist interpretation of Philippine history, supportive of the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People’s Army. ‘Amado Guerrero’ was a pen name of CPP leader Jose Maria Sison.

The Guardian - independent radical newsweekly’, New York, 1976. The Guardian was a mass-circulation leftist newspaper that was published in New York between 1948 and 1992. During the 1970’s the paper was a part of the ‘new communist movement’, a current on the Left influenced by the Chinese revolution.

The Guardian - independent radical newsweekly’, New York, 1968. The Guardian was a mass-circulation leftist newspaper that was published in New York between 1948 and 1992.

'The Call', October League (Marxist-Leninist), United States, 1976.

Poster for the November 5 Mobilization to Stop the KKK in Philadelphia, [late 1980’s]. The mobilization was initiated by the Spartacist League.

'Poems and Songs for Ethel and Julius Rosenberg', Edith Segal, National Committee to Reopen the Rosenberg Case, New York, 1983.

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'Women Talk', Sandra Royster, Third World Press, Chicago, 1974.

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'Black Maria - Chicago Women Speak', Black Maria, River Forest, Illinois, 1971. Debut issue.
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'Black Maria - Chicago Women Speak', Black Maria, River Forest, Illinois, 1971. Debut issue.

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'Revolution', Ebon, Third World Press, Chicago, 1968.
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'Revolution', Ebon, Third World Press, Chicago, 1968.

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'The Traffic In Women and other essays on feminism', Emma Goldman, Times Change Press, Albion, California, 1970.

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'For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When The Rainbow Is Enuf', Ntozake Shange, Shameless Hussy Press, San Lorenzo, California, 1976.

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'Black Pride', Don Lee, Broadside Press, Detroit, 1969.
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