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Racism

Africa Research Group and the Old Mole, How Harvard Rules, Part 1; How Harvard Rules, Part 2, $1.00

Robert L. Allen, Dialectics of Black Power, 1968, 20¢
 

Ted Allen, Class Struggle and the Origin of Racial Slavery: The Invention of the White Race, 20¢

Tomas Almaguer, Class, Race, and Chicano Oppression,  50¢  

Robert Analavage, Labor in the South: Black Workers Set Against White, Strike Broken, 5¢

Paul Baran and Paul Sweezy, The Economics of Racism, 1966, 40¢

Harold Baron, The Demand for Black Labor: Historical Notes on the Political Economy of Racism75¢

Steve Biko, Black Consciousness and the Quest for a True Humanity and I Write What I Like, 40¢

Black Panther Sisters Talk About Women's Liberation, 5¢

Black Workers' Organizing Committee, Detroit to Durban --  Black Workers Common Struggle, 25¢

Stokely Carmichael, Power and Racism: What We Want, 5¢

Vincent Copeland, The Blast Furnace Brothers (a short story on black/white solidarity at a steel plant), $1.00

Angela Davis, Black Women in the Community of Slaves, 40¢

W.E.B. DuBois, Back Toward Slavery; Excerpts from Black Reconstruction in America40¢

Tom Engelhardt, Ambush at Kamikaze Pass: Racism in the Media, 40¢

Eugene D. Genovese, The Legacy of Slavery and the Roots of Black Nationalism, 1966,15¢

Allen Hunter and Jim Green, Racism and Busing in Boston, 50¢

Noel Ignatin, Black Worker, White Worker,  30¢

Jim Jacobs, Black Workers Set the Pace  (in Detroit, about DRUM), 5¢


Frank Joyce, An Analysis of American Racism, 10¢

Jim Jacobs, Our Thing is DRUM: an interview, League for Revolutionary Workers, plus The Midwest and the League, 30¢

Fred Lacey, Memphis Workers Fight: The Sanitation Workers Strike

Julius Lester, The Angry Children of Malcolm X, 10¢

Thomas F. Mayer, The Position and Progress of Black America; Some Pertinent Statistics, 10¢

Kathy McAfee, Black Brothers have a Better Idea (Mahwah Strike), 5¢

New England Free Press, Jailbreak, 5¢

Mark Naison, Marxism and Black Radicalism in America: The Communist Party Experience, 40¢

Huey Newton, Huey Newton Talks to The Movement, 10¢

Pacific Studies Center, Black Monday, 10¢

Wilfred Pelletier, Childhood in an Indian Village: The Impact of Capitalist Culture on a Primitive Communist society, 1969, 15¢

Progressive Labor Party, Black  and White Construction Workers: Divided by the Bosses, 10¢

Patricia Robinson, Poor Black Women, including Black Unity Party, Birth Control Pills and Black Children and The Sisters Respond,  5¢

SNCC, Black Power: SNCC Speaks for Itself, 15¢
 

Jane Stembridge, Freedom School Notes, 5¢
 

SDS Resolution on Racism, 10¢

Viet-Report, Colonialism and Liberation in America, 50¢
 

John Watson, To the Point of Production: An Interview with John Watson of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, from the Fifth Estate), 1969, 15¢
 

David Wellman, Putting on the Poverty Program,  15¢

Jim Wessner, Racism in Federal Prison, 15¢

Bobby Seale Talks to The Movement

by title

Ambush at Kamikaze Pass: Racism in the Media, Tom Engelhardt, 40¢

An Analysis of American Racism, Frank Joyce, 10¢

The Angry Children of Malcolm X, Julius Lester, 10¢

BackToward Slavery; Excerpts from Black Reconstruction in America, W.E.B. DuBois

Be His Payment High or Low, The American Working Class of the Sixties, Martin Glaberman

Black Brothers have a Better Idea (Mahwah Strike), Kathy McAfee, 5¢

Black Consciousness and the Quest for a True Humanity AND I Write What I Like, Steve Biko, 40¢

Black Monday, Pacific Studies Center, 10¢

The Black Panther Party: Myth and Reality

Black Panther Sisters Talk About Women's Liberation, 5¢

Black Power: SNCC Speaks for Itself, 15¢

Black  and White Construction Workers: Divided by the Bosses, Progressive Labor Party, 10¢

Black Women in the Community of Slaves, Angela Davis, 40¢

Black Worker, White Worker, Noel Ignatin, 30¢
 

Black Workers Set the Pace (in Detroit, about DRUM), Jim Jacobs, 5¢

The Blast Furnace Brothers (a short story on black/white solidarity at a steel plant), Vincent Copeland, $1.00

Childhood in an Indian Village: The impact of capitalist culture on a primitive communist society, Wilfred Pelletier, 1969, 15¢

Class, Race, and Chicano Oppression, Tomas Almaguer, 50¢

Class Struggle and the Origin of Racial Slavery: The Invention of the White Race, Ted Allen, 20¢

Colonialism and Liberation in America (special issue of Viet-Report), 50¢

The Demand for Black Labor: Historical Notes on the Political Economy of Racism, Harold Baron, 75¢

Detroit to Durban --  Black Workers Common Struggle, Black Workers' Organizing Committee

Dialectics of black power, Robert L. Allen,1968, 20¢

The Economics of Racism, Paul Baran and Paul Sweezy, 40¢

Freedom School Notes, Jane Stembridge, 5¢

How Harvard Rules, Africa Research Group and the Old Mole, $1.00

Huey Newton Talks to The Movement, Huey Newton, 10¢

Jailbreak, 5¢

Labor in the South: Black Workers Set Against White, Strike Broken, Robert Analavage,  5¢

 

Our Thing is DRUM: an interview, League for Revolutionary Workers, plus The Midwest and the League, by Jim Jacobs, 30¢

The Legacy of Slavery and the Roots of Black Nationalism, Eugene D. Genovese, 1966, 15¢

Marxism and Black Radicalism in America: The Communist Party Experience, Mark Naison, 40¢

Memphis Workers Fight: The Sanitation Workers Strike, Fred Lacey

Poor Black Women, including Black Unity Party, Birth Control Pills and Black Children by Patricia Robinson, and The Sisters Respond,  5¢

The Position and Progress of Black America; Some pertinent statistics, Thomas F. Mayer, 1967, 10¢

Power and Racism: What We Want, Stokely Carmichael, 5¢

The Powers Behind Apartheid, G. Faslo, Africa Research Group, 25¢

Race and Ethnicity in the Working Class, A Radical America Pamphlet, 50¢

Racism and Busing in Boston, Allen Hunter & Jim Green, 50¢

Racism in Federal Prison, Jim Wessner, 15¢

Racism: Resolution by SDS, 10¢
 

To the Point of Production: An Interview with John Watson of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, from the Fifth Estate), John Watson,  1969, 15¢
 

Putting on the Poverty Program, David Wellman, 15¢