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1 The Age of Encounters; To the American Century
Pearson Custom Publishing. 0536602441 / 9780536602442 2000nd edition. PAPERBACK. Fine No DJ as issued 
0536602441 No markings, no bending. 
Price: 7.00 USD
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2 Boardman, Barrington Flappers, Bootleggers, "Typhoid Mary" and the Bomb: An Anecdotal History of the U.S. from 1923-1945
HarperCollins. 0060915811 / 9780060915810 1989st edition. PAPERBACK. Fine No DJ as issued 
0060915811 An Anecdotal History of the United States from 1923-1945. Introduction by Isaac Asimov. 
Price: 4.50 USD
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3 Brown, Harold O. J The Reconstruction of the Republic
Mott Media. 0915134861 / 9780915134861 1981st edition. PAPERBACK. Fair No DJ 
0915134861 Completely updated edition. Foreward by Senator Jesse Helms. Former library edition, with hard plastic cover pasted over paperback. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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4 Dean, John Blind Ambition: The White House Years
Simon & Schuster. 0671224387 / 9780671224387 1976st edition. Hardcover. Good Jacket little shelf wear 
0671224387 John Dean's dramatic account of his years in the whit house. 
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5 Gingrich, Newt To Renew America
Harper Collins. 006017336X / 9780060173364 1995st edition. Hardcover. Very Good Very Good 
006017336X First Edition, Used like new. Not a remainder. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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6 Liddy, G. Gordon Will: The Autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy
St. Martin's Press. 0312880146 / 9780312880149 1980st edition. Hardcover. Very Good DJ in good condition 
0312880146 G. Gordon Liddy is different. He is not like you and me, probably not like anyone you've ever known. He may be like someone you read about in a book long ago, a book about heroes. Some of you will say no, a book about villains. Liddy knows this. But Liddy is not concerned with being lovable. He has deep concerns, awesomely deep, sometimes frightenly deep. In Washington he wolunteered to be an authorized assassin. He tells why. He tells whom. He tells how. He also volunteered to BE assassinated. And he tells why. "I became what I wanted to be," Liddy tells us. "A thoroughly dangerous man," said Theodore White. A man who, said Stewart Alsop, "in another time.would have been regarded as among the bravest and the best." Dangerous. Brave. A man of iron will. The man he wanted to be. This is an important book because it tells us what he was, what he became, and what he then did. We understand Liddy because he was very close to the ultimate powers. He was the man they turned to with --and sometimes FOR--their most secret plans. If you do not understand Liddy, you do not understand how certain governments work. As you read you will feel fascination, admiration, horror. You will ask, has he really seen these things? Yes. Liddy has. Can he really do these things? Yes. Liddy can. Yes, but will he do these things? Yes. Liddy will. 
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7 Limbaugh, Rush The Way Things Ought to Be
Pocket Books. 067175145X / 9780671751456 1992st edition. Hardcover. Fine Excellent 
067175145X Price clipped from DJ. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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