- Keyword = Peace
Spring Anti-War Games 1971
Washington, DC: (n.p.), 1971. Broadside poster, 11 by 17 inches. A poem published in the form of a poster for a May Day protest in Washington, DC, May 1 through 7, 1971. The first separate appearance of this poem, which ran in Quicksilver Times, March 17, 1971; it was later collected in Ginsberg Verbatim. Uncommon. Morgan, The Works of Allen Ginsberg, AA16. Two copies on OCLC (Northwestern, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). ISBN: 281AIB1014451.
Printed with purple ink on light blue paper. Light, uneven toning, mostly at the top half; four horizontal creases from folding.Book ID: 66862More details Price: $200.00
Speech of Mr. Corwin , of Ohio, on the Mexican War. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 11, 1847 [caption title]
[Washington, DC]: Towers, . 24 pages. Perhaps the most famous speech in opposition to the Mexican war. This is one of at least four editions issued during 1847 (priority unknown). Williams Jennings Bryan included this speech in his anthology, "The World's Famous Orations.". ISBN: 281AIB0115994.
Old tide mark, folded twice, as if for mailing, else very good in original untrimmed, unstitched self-wrappers.Book ID: 53989More details Price: $25.00
Moratorium... A Special Supplement to the Northcoast Ripsaw
Eureka, CA: Northcoast Ripsaw, 1969. 8 pages. Tabloid newspaper "for door-to-door distribution during the November mobilization." An anti-war paper, with a centerfold calling on President Nixon to bring the troops home alongside a listing of the Humboldt County residents killed in Vietnam. ISBN: 281AIB1023713.
First edition (first printing). Paper tanned; old center fold, else near fine.Book ID: 105067More details Price: $25.00