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05-July-2017 The fireworks are over . . . almost.

Now, through Sunday, July 9, 2017, we are offering 25% of all political memorabilia orders of $40.00 or more. Discounts will be taken at time of invoicing.

Please note that the sale price is on political items only and may not be combined with other items to reach the $40.00 level. While you are more than welcome to purchase other types of items (please do!), they will not count toward the $40.00 minimum for political items.

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Political: Social Issues (6 items)

We last updated our site on 03-Jul-2017. The next update is scheduled for 05-Aug-2017.

The items on this listing are all related to social issues. Their are other listings directly related to social issues including prohibition and temperance, anti-prohibition, woman's suffrage, and the Ku Klux Klan.

Note: Additional social-related items may be found in other lists including political, black collectibles, labor and religious collectibles.

Items in this catalog are of a social nature, offered for their historic value to collectors. No political opinion or statement is intended.

 

Item A2351B1Item A2351B1
Social Issues. : Black Persecution. "Biafra Journal, A Personal Report on a People in Agony," 1969, 100p. illus. $3.00


Item A2367Item A2367
Social Issues. : White Slave Trade. "Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls, or War on the White Slave Trade," by Ernest A. Bell, 1911. 482p. Great illus. Covers the prostitution rings in our major cities at the turn of the century, auctioneering of young maidens, our vice commissions, the yellow slave trade, "a complete & detailed account of the shameless traffic in young girls, the methods by which the procurers and panders lure innocent young girls away from home and sell them to keepers of dives".Written over 100 years ago. $35.00


A2368
Social Issues. : White Slave Trade. "For God's Sake Save Me! Horrors of the White Slave Trade, The Mighty Crusade to Protect the Purity of Our Homes," by Clifford G. Roe, 1911. 448p. Illus. Covers "the prodigal daughter," our double standard of morals, arguments for and against slave traders, procuring country girls for city resorts, the white slave stories from Chicago, New York, New England, San Francisco, the devil's Siamese twins (liquor & lust) & thorough coverage of society addressing the issue, e.g. Iowa's red light injunction law, Chicago's vice commission, the World's Congress, what the doctors are doing and the American Purity Federation. Comprehensive. $35.00


Item W3450GItem W3450G
Social Issues. : "Political Participation," a Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. 1968. A study of the participation by Negroes in the electoral and political processes in 10 Southern States since passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. 1968. 256p. $5.00


C9654
Social Issues. : Human Rights. "Your Human Rights" the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Proclaimed by the United Nations December 10, 1948. Introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. 1950. 62 illustrations. 84p. $5.00


Item A1600DItem A1600D
Social Issues. : "War-What For?" by George R. Kilpatrick. 1910 published by the author. 350p. "This book is dedicated to the victims of the civil war in industry; that is, my brothers and sisters of the working class, the class who furnish the blood and tears and cripples and corpses in all wars-yet win no victories for their own class." The illustrations by Ryan Walker and John Sloan are superb. Inside cover slightly shaken. A great book against war, against government, against capitalism, for the poor, for the working class, for socialism. $10.00


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