Good. No dust jacket. 5 p. L., 9-366 p. 22 cm. Written by Robert S. Allen and Drew Pearson. Boiled bosoms. --Starched futility. --The President. --Egg Charley. --Wrong-horse Harry. --Pink peppermints and protocol. --The man who stayed too long. --Sons of the wild jackass. --The monkey house. --The court jester. --Sonnets and beans. --Little Nemo, the...
Good in Missing jacket. Published anonymously by Drew Pearson, one of the greatest newspaper columnists of all time co-authored with Robert Allen. The book has many inside pokes and although supposedly fictional, really hit a do-nothing Congress that was resisting the New Deal, although Pearson was no really political, more into showing corruption and cronyism. The book was a huge hit and led to a popular 1932 movie. It was Pearson's first bookRed hardcover 12th printing of the first edition, lacking a dustjacket, book in good+ shape. This bookThe title is taken from a popular 1931 best selling book, "Washington Merry-Go-Round, " by Robert Sharon Allen and Drew Pearson. Columbia bought the rights to the title only, and then hired Maxwell Anderson to write a fictionalized story about corruption in Washington, D.C. See more »MendoPower Employment Services will immediately and carefully pack this book in high-quality bubble lined, envelopes. Then we send you a confirmation e-mail. We appreciate your business and welcome any questions.
Very good. Entertaining book about personalities in politics in the late 1920's. This copy is the 19th printing within the 1st 4 months after release! Interior is tight, clean and unmarked. Hardcover with red cloth boards and black lettering. Top page edge is blue gilted.
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