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The Patriarch  The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy, Dvid Nasaw
1 Dvid Nasaw The Patriarch The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy
Penguin Press 2012 1594203768 / 9781594203763 Hardcover New New 
This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. In this book, celebrated historian David Nasaw tells the full story of Joseph P. Kennedy, the founder of the 20th century's most famous political dynasty. He has been the only biographer granted unrestricted access to the Kennedy papers in the JFK Library and through this and much other dedicated research tracks Kennedy's astonishing passage from East Boston outsider to supreme Washington insider. Kennedy's limitless ambition drove his career to the pinnacles of success as a banker, broker, WWI shipyard manager, Hollywood studio head, presidential advisor, and founding chairman of the SEC. His fall from grace did not occur until the yrs leading up to WWII when the antiwar position he took as the first Irish American ambassador to London made him the subject of White House ire and popular distaste. But this bio is much more than his rise and fall. Of all the roles he played, father was the most dear to him. The tragedies that befell his family marked his final yrs with unspeakable suffering. This is a wonderful book sure to be enlightening and endearing and become a favorite in any library. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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Bootlegger's Son  One Man's Journey From His Earthly Father to His Heavenly Father, E.G.
2 E.G. "Leo" Loury with Dennis Seeds Bootlegger's Son One Man's Journey From His Earthly Father to His Heavenly Father
Smart Business Publishing 2016 0983998329 / 9780983998327 Hardcover New New 
This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. The author was at a proverbial crossroad in his life. He realized that everything he worked for, influence, politics, a law practice, and reputation, no longer held the same significance it once did. Everything changed when he attended a Billy Graham Crusade and he embarked on a new crusade, from success to significance. This is a personal memoir and touching memoir. 
Price: 11.39 USD
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Honorable Justice  The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sheldon M. Novick
3 Sheldon M. Novick Honorable Justice The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes
Little Brown Publishing 1989 0316613258 / 9780316613255 Hardcover Collectible Very Good + Very Good + 
This is a very good + hardcover with dust jacket. Crisp and clean inside with clean shiny jacket. Only hint of shelf wear is dust jacket is neatly price clipped inside front jacket flap. Binding tight and straight. Excellent collectible copy. This is the first bio of SCOTUS Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. His book, The Common Law, is still in print 100 yrs later and is considered the greatest work of legal thought in American history. Born the son of a doctor, he grew up knowing intellectuals. During the Civil War he fought and was seriously wounded. He frequently journeyed to England and Ireland with he mingled with upper-class society. Holmes practiced law and taught at Harvard before becoming first a Mass. Supreme Judicial Court judge, and later at U.S. Supreme Court judge. This is a well researched and detailed bio that has become the definitive bio of Holmes. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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A Man of Letters, Thomas Sowell
4 Thomas Sowell A Man of Letters
Encounter Books 2007 1594031967 / 9781594031960 Hardcover New New 
This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. This book trees the life, career, and commentaries on controversial issues of Thomas Sowell over a period of more than 4 decades through his letters to and from family, friends, and public figures ranging from Clarence Thomas, Arthur Ashe, Charles Murray, Condolizza Rice and more. The book is a way to see the history of the country and the history of one of its controversial scholars at the same time, told in plain but compelling words. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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