First ed. 1991. British American Publishing. HB. xii, 380 pp. Historic biography of mayor of Washington, D.C. ”...champion of the poor who beame addicted to crack cocaine....emerging from a south Memphis ghetto, born to Mississippi sharecroppers, to become a civil rights leader and activist. He served effectively on the D.C. school board and city council and was twice elected president of the National Conference of Black Mayors....became involved with drugs, shady characters and began to 'play the race card' when accused of wrongdoing and became an embarrassment to his constituents. ” Questions concerning the trial, the verdict and the problems are addressed. Only bit of evidence that this attractive book is an ex-lib. book is the pocket on back end page. Clean contents within firm boards and dust jacket has mylar protective cover. Page edges have few small stains. Black studies. Biography. History. Politics. Nonfiction. VG/VG #918.
Fine in fine dust jacket. British American Publishing, Latham, NY, 1991. 1st Edition, Fine/Fine-, Hard Cover, Size is 8vo, 380pgs. Small DJ nick top front edge, o.w. clean, tight & bright. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
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