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TrotSKY, JUDITH

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About this Item: Harper. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. A NEAR FINE FIRST IN DJ. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Signed by Author(s). Book. Seller Inventory # FIC 7/21-5

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Trotsky, Judith

Published by Harper's Magazine Press, New York (1973)

ISBN 10: 0061282006ISBN 13: 9780061282003

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About this Item: Harper's Magazine Press, New York, 1973. Book. Condition: Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Stated First Edition. "First Edition" stated on copyright page, inscribed and signed by author on half-title page. Clean beige cloth boards with clean green cloth spine, bright gold lettering on spine. 2-1/2 inches along bottom edge of board has tiny bit of nibbling to extreme edge. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean. Clean olive green endpapers; no previous owner writing or bookplates. Inscribed by author: "To John & Phyllis - "Treasure" is only other words for "love" & "peace" -- both of which you have given to me. - Love, Judith Trotsky." 182 pp. Clean dustjacket is not price clipped, unchipped, with tiny closed edge tear at top rear spine corner (1/16"), slight edge wear. Enclosed in new archival quality removable mylar cover. During the decade of the Sixties, Judith Trotsky, on of America's most distinguished film researchers, saw the history of the nation projected across her eyes. Seated for thousands of hours before her Movieola screen, she scanned the news footage and archival film documentaries which constitute the graphic chronicle of 1958-1973. This book is a unique recording of the most eloquent, melancholy, and dangerous rhetoric of America's racial battle. Many of the scenes it recalls would be lost to history without Ms. Trotsky's research. Seller Inventory # 017914

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Trotsky, Joseph

Published by The Author, Ramat-Gan (1975)

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About this Item: The Author, Ramat-Gan, 1975. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. 65 pp.; Signed by the author and dedicated to Yeshayahu Leibowitz; good condition. Size: 24 Cm Tall. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 4552

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Trotsky, Leon

Published by Unwin (1963)

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About this Item: Unwin, 1963. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. SIGNED by a relative of the author on title page (Leon Trotsky) unverified, softcover with light wear and discolouration, plastic from cover peeling at spine, price sticker on front cove, previous owner's name on flep, bookstore codes in pencil on flep also. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 010034

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The Mind of an Assassin: Trotsky, Leon) Levine,

Trotsky, Leon) Levine, Isaac Don

Published by Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, New York (1959)

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About this Item: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, New York, 1959. 1 vols. 8vo. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed by the author. Study of the assassin of Leon Trotsky, Jaime Ramon Mercader del Rio Hernandez, born in Barcelona, trained in Moscow and variously known as Jacques Mornand or Mr. Vandendreschd. Inscribed "With the compliments of the author, Isaac Don Levine, Oct. 1959". Brown cloth and boards. Front joint tender. Very good plus in very good dust jacket. Inscribed by the author on first blank. Seller Inventory # 312688

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LUDWIG STEIN (1859-1930) Professor Dr., ungarisch-schweizerischer Philosoph, Soziologe, Rabbiner, Publizist und Pazifist. Zu seinen Hörern gehörten Walter Rathenau, Leo Trotsky, Rosa Luxemburg, Anna Tumarkin, Cay Lorenz von Brockdorff, und Karl Radek.

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About this Item: PHILOSOPHISCHE STRÖMUNGEN DER GEGENWART Verlag Ferdinand Enke Stuttgart, 1. Auflage 1908, ERSTAUSGABE, 452 SS. gebunden (Hardcover, Oln. gr. 8°, etwas fleckig, obere rechte Ecke Wasserfleck) - in Tinte mit eigenhändiger Widmung, Empfehlung, Ort, Datum, Unterschrift signiert "Seinen geliebten K.s Lene und Marita hier das erste Exemplar dieses Buches zur Erinnerung an den beglückenden 16. Oktober 1908 in .Liebe gewidmet. z.Z. Berlin, Hotel Bristol 19. Oct. 1908 LUDWIG STEIN". Seller Inventory # 44633

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The Revolution Betrayed: Trotsky, Leon

Trotsky, Leon

Published by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York (1937)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1937. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. First edition (so stated). Octavo. Original black cloth with gilt, red, and black stamped spine. Translated by Max Eastman. Dust jacket (unclipped; small chips; stains). Small bookseller label on jacket. Very good. 308 pages. Signed and dated by Trotsky 2/IV/1937 on tipped in leaf before half title. This copy does not have the name of the Mexican city "Coyoacan" that appears on some of the tipped leaves. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 2221829

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Leon Trotsky

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Leon Trotsky,REVOLUTION BETRAYED, signed, dated, & place in blue ink in Coyoacan, Mexico during the period when he lived with Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, and where he was assinated by the KGB. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # onVOeo2741

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Trotsky, Leon

Published by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., NY (1937)

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About this Item: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., NY, 1937. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Near Fine hardcover in a Good+ dust jacket. SIGNED and dated by Leon Trotsky on the second blank page. The book is clean and bright, with little to no sign of aging or shelf wear. Stated First Edition. The dust jacket is price-clipped and sunned along the spine. The front panel and spine are completely split along the fold, but held together in mylar. Light edge wear. This copy was last purchased from Lion Heart Autographs through an auction at Sotheby's in April 2002, and a letter of authenticity from Lion Heart is included. 308 pp. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 2019661

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Manifest Kommunisticheskoi partii k proletariiam vsego mira: Trotsky, Lev] /

Trotsky, Lev] / Lenin, Vladimir.

Published by [Russia, 1919]. (1919)

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About this Item: [Russia, 1919]., 1919. Broadside, measuring 550 × 355 mm, printed to recto and verso, with decorative header. Revolutionary broadside reproducing the text of a foundational document of the Third Communist International, which was presented and confirmed at the constitutional first Congress of the Comintern on 2-6 March 1919. Later known as the "Manifesto of the Communist International," the document calls upon the proletarians of the world to rally around Lenin's principles for the revolutionary struggle against the bourgeois regimes and was signed by all delegates of the Congress. The text of the manifesto was written by Leo Trotsky, who personally presented and declaimed the text at the meeting of the Congress. It was printed in "Pravda" following the Congress, and evidently broadsides such as these were sent to local cells of the Bolshevik Party and to various provincial Soviets to bolster support for Bolshevik policies. With an article by Lenin printed in the third column verso, a short speech on the occasion of the Congress entitled "Zavoevannoe i zapisannoe" ("Conquered and recorded") by Lenin (mistakenly signed "N. Lepin" by the printer). - Old creases; some fraying to upper edge and one tiny hole at fold, with no loss to text; else very good, printed on sturdy white paper. A scarce survival which we are unable to trace in either Russian or Western institutions. Seller Inventory # 48541

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The Third International After Lenin.: Trotsky, Leon

Trotsky, Leon

Published by Pioneer Publishers, New York (1936)

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About this Item: Pioneer Publishers, New York, 1936. First edition of this collection of writings and speeches by Trotsky. Octavo, original cloth. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper in the year of publication, "To Comrade Max Sterling fraternally Leon Trotsky 8/7 1936 Weksel (Norway)." After being exiled from the Soviet Union, Trotsky lived in a number of places, Norway among them. The Norwegian Labor Party, which rose to power in 1935, had had previous affiliations with the Communist International and the Second International, prompting Trotsky to seek and obtain a visa from Oslo. Bookplate to the front pastedown, very good in a very good dust jacket. Translated by John G. Wright. With an introduction and explanatory notes by Max Shachtman. Uncommon signed and inscribed. Written in 1928, this is Trotsky's alternative to Stalin's course toward gutting the revolutionary program of the Communist International. "An international communist program is in no case the sum total of national programs or an amalgam of their common features," Trotsky wrote. "In the present epoch, to a much larger extent than in the past, the national orientation of the proletariat must and can flow only from a world orientation and not vice versa." Suppressed by Stalin in the Soviet Union, its publication elsewhere in the world helped gather the forces that continued the fight to build a revolutionary international movement of the working class. Seller Inventory # 97388

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The Revolution Betrayed. What is the Soviet: TROTSKY, Leon.

About this Item: New York & London: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc. & Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1937 & 1938, 1938. 3 works, octavo. TRB: original black cloth, spine lettered in gilt and black on a red ground, top edge red, others uncut. Works 2 and 3: original black cloth, red paper labels printed in black, fore edges uncut. All with the dust jackets and accompanied by 2 original black and white photographs. Housed in a black leather entry slipcase by the Chelsea Bindery. TRB: bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown; spine ends slightly bumped, spine a little rubbed, front hinge gently cracked but firm, some nicks and chips to dust jacket extremities and spine faded, an excellent copy. Works 2 and 3: front free endpapers inscribed by Stolberg, review stamp to front free endpaper of work 2, front endpapers browned, extremities of dust jackets a little rubbed and chipped, excellent copies. First US edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed from Trotsky to Benjamin Stolberg on the front free endpaper, "devotedly yours, Leon Trotsky, 21/11 1937, Coyoacan". The American journalist and labour activist Benjamin Stolberg (1891-1951) was a member of the Dewey Commission and had strong association links to Trotsky. The Revolution Betrayed is Trotsky's major critique of Stalinism, and marked the end of the American intelligentsia's romance with Russian communism. It was completed in the spring of 1936 and sent to the publisher just before the first of the three Moscow show trials took place in August of the same year. To reference this, Trotsky appended a postscript to the introduction in which he referenced the recent "terrorist conspiracy trial". After being sentenced to death in absentia for conspiracy to assassinate Stalin, Trotsky moved from Norway to the Coyoácan area of Mexico City in January 1937. A few months later an independent "Commission of Inquiry" into the charges made against him and others at the Moscow Trials was held in Coyoacán, with the American philosopher John Dewey as chairman. The Revolution Betrayed is accompanied by two Dewey Commission reports from Stolberg's personal library, both dated and inscribed by Stolberg. The first, The Case of Leon Trotsky, was published in 1937 and is a transcript of the Commission's 13-session deposition of Trotsky; it is inscribed, "do not remove! Benjamin Stolberg. New York - Sept 16, 1937". The second, Not Guilty, was published in 1938 and is a summary of the Commission's conclusions; it is inscribed, "Please do not remove this copy. Benjamin Stolberg. June 29. 1938". Two photographs, one of which is inscribed "Coyoacan April 1937" by Stolberg and shows Trotsky and two unidentified Commission members, are also included. A cohesive set of materials with significant and rare association history which fully illustrates Trotsky's connections with the Dewey Commission and with Benjamin Stolberg in particular. Seller Inventory # 118029

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The History of the Russian Revolution.: Trotsky, Leon.

Trotsky, Leon.

Published by New York, Simon and Schuster, 1936. (1936)

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About this Item: New York, Simon and Schuster, 1936., 1936. Large 8vo. 3 vols. in one. Reprint edition, original cream cloth lettered in black. Cartographic endpapers, dust jacket, housed in a half red morocco folding box. Rare presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper "To J. P. McKnight Leon Trotsky 10/1 1937 Cardenas San Louis (sic) Potosi". J. P. McKnight was a journalist for the Associated Press, who in 1937 interviewed Trotsky, newly arrived in Mexico, about the politics of the Far Eastern situation, the interview containing prophetic remarks about the terrible fate awaiting Japan in a great war, and some fierce criticism of Stalin ("Stalin is conducting a civil war against the people"). - Covers slightly soiled, front hinge cracked but holding, dust jacket very rubbed and torn with loss at the extremities and substantial loss on the spine. Seller Inventory # 48028

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