As New with No dust jacket as issued. An account of crime against organized labor written by Robert F. Kennedy. 338 pages, appendix, index. 6 1/2 in. X 9 1/4 in. All the high quality characteristics you expect from Easton Press. Fully bound in a rich genuine black leather, hubbed spines are stamped with beautiful accents of 22kt gold, pages are smyth-sewn into the binding for durability, appropriate golden designs on the covers, archival-quality acid free paper, edges of book are gilded to seal out moisture, heavy moirT fabric endsheets, and a satin ribbon place marker is sewn in. This book has been produced in a fashion that ensures its permanence and lasting beauty so that it can not only be enjoyed now, but can be confidently handed down to succeeding generations. No previous owner's marks, writing or bookplates. Book is in Fine, as new, condition.; 6 1/2 in. x 9 1/4 in.
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