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ABRAHAM LINCOLN: an Address Before the Midday Luncheon Club, Leland Hotel, Springfield, Illinois.
Edition: First printing.
Cleveland: Privately printed for Stephen Wallis Tener, 1924. First edition - Includes the former British Prime Minister's remarks at Lincoln's tomb and the text of his speech on October 18, 1923. Number 254 of 300 copies. 13 pp, sewn in stiff outer wrapper.
Condition: Good overall. Outer wrapper is sunned, has some edgewear and has become detached from contents.Book ID: 59264More details Price: $20.00
BREAKING THROUGH POWER: It's Easier Than We Think,
Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )
San Francisco: City Lights Books, (2016). First edition - A book written shortly before Trump's Electoral College victory, and more urgent and important now than ever. Author Chris Hedges calls this "a brilliant analysis of corporate power and the popular mechanisms that can be used to wrest back our democracy. No one has been fighting corporate domination longer, or understands it better, than Nader, who will go down in history not only as a prophet but an example of what it means to live the moral life. We disregard his wisdom and his courage at our peril." Endnotes. 153 pp.
Condition: Fine in glossy white printed wrappers.Book ID: 86054More details Price: $15.00
PEOPLE OF PLENTY: Economic Abundance and the American Character
Edition: Trade paperback.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1966.). A study of how Americans have been shaped by the ideas of abundance. Index. 217 pp.
Condition: Very good (some underlining.notations)Book ID: 10129More details Price: $11.50