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The author's experiences as head of the National Recovery Administration, with an autobiographical introduction of fifteen chapters.The author's experiences as head of the National Recovery Administration, with an autobiographical introduction of fifteen chapters.Hide synopsis
Description:Good. 1968 Hardcover illus. xiv, 459 p. Former Library book....Good. 1968 Hardcover illus. xiv, 459 p. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Description:Good in J Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Good copy of the...Good in J Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Good copy of the first edition in a fair, unevenly faded dustjacket. Red cloth, 459 pages, dustjacket. The book has light edgewear, faded top edge where the dustjacket is chipped, good hinges, sound text block, lightly foxed outer edges and endpapers, lightly age-toned but clean pages free from names or other markings. The mylar protected dustjacket is not priceclipped and significant faded areas and background foxing, considerable edge rubbing with small chips.
Description:Very Good in Good jacket. This is Johnson's story of his work...Very Good in Good jacket. This is Johnson's story of his work at the National Recovery Administration Some wear to cloth at top of spine and general wear and chips to dust jacket.
Description:Near Fine in Very Good dj. 8vo. 459 pp. Decorative covers are...Near Fine in Very Good dj. 8vo. 459 pp. Decorative covers are clean and bright with gilt lettering on spine. Spine ends are lightly bumped with light soil along top edge of covers. Light browning and paste-thru on endpapers. Dj has edgewear and chipping to spine ends. The fighting general of the NRA tells all.
Description:Very good. 1935 (stated first edition), no dust jacket, some...Very good. 1935 (stated first edition), no dust jacket, some fading to cover and spine, 1" x 1/4" chip missing from top of spine; appears to be unread. With inserted card, "With the compliments of the Publisher" (penciled in: "duplicate") stapled to inside first sheet. With set of photographs of forebears. Autobiography of General Hugh Johnson, director of National Recovery Administration of the FDR New Deal, from his days at West Point through World War I and on to his work in the New Deal. Illustrated with several cartoons of the 1930s on the work of the NRA Note: Post Office Delivery Confirmation provided by e-mail to enable you to track your package (for US addresses); overseas airmail (generally 2-3 weeks delivery) provided for non-US addresses. Book is shipped packaged in bubble wrap.
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