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  1. (The Rise & Fall of the) Dil Pickle Club

    (The Rise & Fall of the) Dil Pickle Club

    Chicago's Wild 20s!

    Franklin Rosemont

    $15.00

    What do Lucy Parsons, Clarence Darrow, Carl Sandburg, Mary MacLane, Lawrence Lipton, Elizabeth Davis (Queen of the Hoboes), Jun Fujita, Sherwood Anderson, Ralph Chaplin, Katherine Dunham, Djuna...

  2. Black, Brown, & Beige

    Black, Brown, & Beige

    Surrealist Writings from Africa and the Diaspora

    Franklin Rosemont

    $35.00

    The first collection to document the extensive participation of people of African descent—including poets, painters, sculptors, theorists, critics, dancers, and playwrights—in the international...

  3. Lives of the Orange Men

    Lives of the Orange Men

    A Biographical History of the Polish Orange Alternative Movement

    Major Waldemar Fydrych

    $24.00

    Between 1981 and 1989 in Wroclaw Poland, in an atmosphere in which dissent was forbidden and martial law a reality, the art-activist Orange Alternative movement developed and deployed their...

  4. King Mob

    King Mob

    A Critical Hidden History

    David Wise

    $18.00

    A highly personal, deeply political, coldly analytical and achingly optimistic account of what some consider to be one of the most important English political groupings of the 20th Century and...

  5. The Windmills of Humanity

    The Windmills of Humanity

    On Culture and Surrealism in the Manipulated World

    Ivan Sviták

    $14.00

    Philosopher and critic Ivan Sviták was among the leading Czech intellectuals during the lead-up to the “Prague Spring” of 1968, when tentative reforms by Communist Party...

  6. Make Love, Not War

    Make Love, Not War

    Surrealism 1968!

    Penelope Rosemont

    $14.00

    What was it like? How did they organize? Who invented the slogans that inspired a generation? Never underestimate surrealism: Make Love, Not War! All Power to the Imagination!

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