Fair. Reading copy, hardcover without dust jacket, tight, pages clear and bright, shelf and edge wear, cracked, corners bumped, ex-library copy with usual library markings and marker lines on closed page edges, packaged in cardboard box for shipment, tracking on U.S. orders.
Fine in Fine jacket. First edition, first printing, hardcover. xiv, 390 pages. B&W illustrations, notes, index. Fine in a fine, mylar-covered dust jacket. "In his first book, THE PLUNDERING GENERATION, Mark Wahlgren Summers dealt with corruption and the breakdown of ethics in public life from 1849 to 1861. Continuing his look at the post-Civil War years, he examines the effects of the war on public ethics, raising important questions about the significance of corruption for policymaking and American political thought during the years 1865 to 1877."
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