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All The President's Men, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward
1 Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward All The President's Men
Warner Paperback Edition 1975 First Paperback Edition Warner Books Paperback Collectible Very Good + 
This is a wonderful collectible paperback. Larger trade paperback, not a small mass market book. First Paperback Edition Warner Books 1975. Very good + condition. No writing, marks, dog ears etc inside. Binding tight and straight. No creasing along spine. Original price of 4.95 on front cover. Cover front and back very good. Clean with only a hint of shelf wear. Black and white photo spread inside. The scandal that rocked Washington as told by the journalists who uncovered and reported it. All the characters and key players are here as the story unfolded and was reported by the authors. Watergate will long be the scandal that rocked Washington and the authors will on be the heroes that unmasked the crime. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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Theodore Rex, Edmund Morris
2 Edmund Morris Theodore Rex
Random House 2001 0394555090 / 9780394555096 Hardcover New New 
This is a new collectible hardcover by Pulitzer Prize winning author Edmund Morris. This much anticipated book is the sequel to the author's bestselling and Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt. It begins by following the new President from New York to take his emergency oath of office. It tells the story of the following 7 yrs of Roosevelt's political upheaval, infuriating, seducing, and amusing the political world. Within weeks of inauguration, Roosevelt makes waves by becoming the first President to invite a black man to dinner in the White House. he continues to create havoc by liberating Cuba, determining the route of the Panama Canal, resolving the Venezuelan crisis, and more. The book is full of cinematic detail, with an exhilarating pace and scholarly basis. 
Price: 18.95 USD
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