Fair. B00005X9NU Your purchase benefits those with developmental disabilities to live a better quality of life. no DJ wear on eges and corners some wear on cover stains on edges and cover yellowing sun damage minimal binding wear.
NY, Random House, 1952, stated 1st printing hardcover, full red cloth, absolutely fine square tight unmarked copy, good attractive dust jacket with a few very slight edge-nicks.5-1/2"x8-1/2", 270 pages, beautiful copy. aaxx.
Vg- in NO jacket. Signed by Author SIGNED / INSCRIBED "To Bert Barkas who is such a good friend---Sincerely, Fleur." by the author on the frotn ep; text clean, small eraser mark on blue front ep; red-orange cover with gilt & blue lettering & decoration; blue & gilt decor on front of red cover; corners bumped, spine slightly darkened.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8 Vo; 2 Pounds. SIGNED & Insc By Author 4th Printing; 270 clean, unmarked pages; dj in mylar (price unclipped); History of Juan and Evita Perone's ruthless rise to power in Argentine and how this mirrors the rise of Juan and Encarnacion Rosas one hundred years before them.
Near Fine in Very Good+ jacket. Inscribed By the Author History of Juan and Evita Perone's ruthless rise to power in Argentine and how this mirrors the rise of Juan and Encarnacion Rosas one hundred years before them. First edition, hardcover, inscribed by the author, a NEAR FINE copy in a VG+ dustjacket which has a small chip and a few short close tears.
Very Good. No Jacket. New York: Random House. 1952. F First Edition. H Hardcover. Very Good. VG in cloth (slight sunning/rubbing/bumping to cloth/edges). 8vo xi++270 Comparison of 2 dictatorial regimes in the history of Argentina; those of Juan and Encarnacion Rosas, and Juan and Eva Peron (with emphasis on the latter ). Notable for the epilogue, containing actual anti-Peron testimony from Argentinan citizens. Original jacket flyleaves present.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Hard bound with dust jacket. Stated First printing. Cowles, an associate editor for "Look" and "Quick" magazines, examines the totalitarian regime of the Perons in Argentina. The author's first book. Scarce!
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