‘Talking About Women’s Liberation’, International Socialists, Highland Park, Michigan, early 1970’s.

'N.Y. All-League Conference on the fight to free Angela Davis and all Political Prisoners', Young Workers Liberation League, Communist Party, United States, [early 1970’s].

‘Women: A Journal of Liberation’, New York, 1970. Includes the articles ‘Speak Bitterness!’ by Diane Feeley, ‘Our Sister Rosa Luxemburg’ by Karen Whitman, and ‘The Woman-Identified Woman’ by ‘a group of Radical Lesbians’.

‘A Revolution Within A Revolution: Women In Guinea-Bissau’, Stephanie Urgang, New England Free Press, United States, early 1970’s.

'Women's Liberation And The Socialist Revolution', Socialist Workers Party, United States, 1979.

'Detroit Women's Press', Detroit, 1974. First issue.

'Working Women's Music - The Songs and Struggles of Women in the Cotton Mills, Textile Plants and Needle Trades', Evelyn Alloy, New England Free Press, United States, 1978.

‘Women Organizing The Office’, Women’s Work Project / Union For Radical Political Economics, United States, 1978.

Freedomways - A Quarterly Review of the Negro Freedom Movement’, New York, 1974. Artwork by C.W. Byron of Blues music pioneer Bessie Smith (1894-1937).

‘Amazon Expedition - a lesbianfeminist anthology’, Times Change Press, Albion, California, 1973.

'Lincoln's Third Party', Elizabeth Lawson, International Publishers, Communist Party USA, United States, 1948.

‘The New Abolitionist’, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1999.

'Who Controls Vietnam? ', Wilfred Burchett, Students For A Democratic Society (SDS), Madison, Wisconsin, 1968.

A catalogue of pamphlets and books available from United Front Press, San Francisco, 1973.

Everybody’s Bookstore, San Francisco, 1974.