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Good. Eighth Printing-1981-Paperback. Author: Don E. Fehrenbacher. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Outer cover has light shelf wear and tiny curl at bottom right edge. The spine is tight and stiff. The top edge is dust-smudged, the side edge has a small stain near the top rear section of the book (does not affect readability), the bottom edge has very slight soil. The text is bright, crisp and unmarked. -NO WRITING OR HIGHLIGHTING. -This book is an abridgment of The Dred Scott Case: Its Significance in American Law and Politics, winner of the 1979 Pulitzer Prize in History. -This is probably the most thorough study of any Supreme Court decision ever undertaken. -We ship immediately. Excellent customer service. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Very Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. Used very good condition. Text appears to be clean and bright. Binding is tight. 326 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. ISBN: 019502883X. ISBN/EAN: 9780195028836. Inventory No: 1561019639.
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