Exeter, UK: Societas, 2020. First Edition. Softcover. "In the summer of 2020, there was an eruption of violence directed towards historical monuments across Europe and North America. Statues were torn down while police watched. Prominent public figures, politicians and even museum directors cheered on the destruction. Supporters claimed it was payback for slavery; critics said it was neo-Marxist activism or sheer vandalism. Can we place the 2020 events in a......[Item #3884]
TMB HOLIDAY SALE, PT. 1 || The Excessively Gift-able
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New York, NY: George Braziller, 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. "Each one of us wanted to cry out, somehow to express our shock and horror at the assassination of the President. Each one of us tried to say in conversation what we felt, but essentially we were mute. Our gestures were helpless; our impulses somehow to monumentalize those days, to hold them and not let them sink into banality and acceptance-.....[Item #3937]
San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1970. First Edition. Stapled Wrappers. The text of a speech delivered by French avant-garde playwright, novelist & activist Jean Genet (1910-1986) on May Day (May 1), 1970, at Yale University, on behalf of the Black Panther Party & its then-jailed founder Bobby Seale. Genet had participated with William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg & others in the protests at Chicago during the Democratic National Convention.....[Item #4398]