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Fair Condition in Poor jacket. 310 pages. Moderate wear and discoloring; broken front hinge; gift inscription inside; a reading copy. The jacket is heavily chipped, torn and worn; price clipped. "Since it seems likely that the 1960 Presidential election will long remain a matter of speculation for historians, I think it might be of interest to have a factual record of the reflections of a citizen who found himself involved in the campaign at the precinct level. The comments that follow are as honest as I can make them and they provide a chart of the alternate hopes and fears with which I followed the course of John F. Kennedy to the Presidency." Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: American History; Inventory No: 151374.
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