Very Good. New York: Bantam Books . Very Good. 1973. First Edition. Trade Paperback. First edition. Collection of black-and-white photographs with humorous captions added. Oblong pictorial wrappers [about 8" x 6"], unpaginated. VG copy [scattered cover creasing]..
Near Fine in None as Issued jacket. Bantam Extra TZ8300. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. Illustrated (photo of Nixon and Agnew w/Tricia in the background) soft cover/NF w/trace edge rubs. Five men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic Nat'l Committee Headquarters in the Watergate complex in 1972. Tape recordings implicated 37th President Richard Nixon's (1913-1994) ); he resigned August, 1974 in the face of certitude of impreachment. This political satire was first published July, 1973 when the dye of this far reaching political scandal had been cast, three months before the resignation of Vice President Spiro Agnew (1918-1996). Volume, composed of photos w/comic strip style conversation balloons, carries a faux-Henry-Kissinger introduction. A spoof; a parody rediculing political-double-talk in a moment of great national tragedy and dishonor.
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