Very Good in Fair jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Abigdon Press Hardcover with Jacket Very Good/Fair. Gray cloth boards, black lettered on cover and spine. Solid, tight, square, with sharp corners. Lower corner rubbed. Author's signature on imprinted pastedown. Black and white jacket, white lettered. Ragged at extremities, intact. Price clipped. "Big dog, more Fleas" quote from one of those uncles we always use for quotes like this. Ralph McGill believes that the country has gotten to be pretty big, and along the way we've picked up a few fleas. Here is his look at people, places, and issues today (50s); at everything from Communists to comic books. Great down to earth common sense and understanding humor. New York: Abigdon Press, 1954. First Edition (NAP). 5.5"x8" tall; 128pp. Indexed.
Very Good in Good jacket. Book. 8h x 5 1/2w. A real nice clean unmarked 128 page first edition hardcover. Has just a touch of wear and foxing. Dust jacket is rough and worn but looks Ok with nice mylar cover. Features forty columns/editorials written by McGill, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, divided into four subject areas: "The Southland-Proud and Progressive; " "American-Vast and Free; " Opinions-Mild and Strong; " and "People-Big and Little.
Very Good in Good jacket. "A Famous Newspaper Editor Takes a Look at People, Places, and Things in General". A very good hardcover copy. Bumped top corners. Tight binding. Clean, unmarked pages. Good jacket; some rubbing, chipping, and fading. NOT ex-library. 128pg. Indexed. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Humor; Inventory No: 017789.
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