Lot 165 of 725:
Collection of Abbie Hoffman works  

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Four volumes by Abbie Hoffman

Hoffman, Abbie

Various places


Various dates



  • Vote! By Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, & Ed Sanders. Wrappers. First Printing of the Warner Paperback Library Edition, [1972]. Signed by Ed Sanders on the half title.
  • The "Steal Yourself Rich" Book. Wrappers. Privately Printed Special Edition, [1971]. An Exclusive Deluxe Special Edition not sold anywhere else, per the copyright page. Rubberstamp for Book Rack, in Arlington, TX on verso of front wrapper.
  • The Best of Abbie Hoffman. Cloth, dust jacket. First Edition. Four Walls Eight Windows, [1989].
  • The Best of Abbie Hoffman. Wrappers. First Paperback printing. Four Walls Eight Windows, [1990].

Nice collection of works by Abbie Hoffman, an outspoken activist and leader in the Yippie movement of the 1960s. One of the most influential and recognizable American activists of the 20th century.

Lot Amendments

Light sunning to "Steal Yourself Rich" spine, a touch of shelf wear; mostly fine or near fine.

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