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Oswald's Tale   An American Mystery, Norman Mailer
1 Norman Mailer Oswald's Tale An American Mystery
Random House 1995 0679425357 / 9780679425359 First Trade Edition Hardcover Collectible, New As New 
This is a new collectible hardcover with dust jacket. First Trade Edition 1995 Random House Publishing. In this book, the author asked the essential question about the assassination of JFK; not "Who killed JFK"? but rather "Who killed Oswald"?. Norman Mailer spent 6 months in Russia, where Oswald defected to, only later to leave under suspicion of being a CIA operative, where the author obtained exclusive interviews with KGB, interviewed friends and sweethearts, and got access to files on Oswald. In this majestic book, Mailer reconstructs the life of the doom-laden man and a portrait that surprises readers. The book is a masterpiece of meticulous research and brings the facts to life with a sober respect. 
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Honorable Justice  The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sheldon M. Novick
2 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. 
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STOP the Traffic   People Shouldn't Be Bought and Sold, Steve Chalke  with a chapter by Cherie Blair
3 Steve Chalke with a chapter by Cherie Blair STOP the Traffic People Shouldn't Be Bought and Sold
Lion Books 2009 0825478464 / 9780825478468 Paperback New 
This is a new paperback. UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking. This book takes on the issues of organized immigration crime and trafficking in human beings as well as exploitation and extreme violence on victims. In this eye-opening, challenging book, the authors trace the scale of this terrible crime and show us what ordinary people can do to stop the trafficking and change the world. 
Price: 8.95 USD
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Political Activists of the 1960s, Stuart A. Kallen
4 Stuart A. Kallen Political Activists of the 1960s
Lucent Books 2004 159018386 Hardcover New 
This is a new hardcover, no dust jacket as issued by publisher. From History Makers comes this compilation of political activists from the 1960s. From Martin Luther King Jr. to Abbie Hoffman and Angela Davis this recaps the '60's and the activists, the policies, and the history of this tumultuous period in American history. 
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