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The American Political Tradition by  Richard Hofstadter - First Edition thus - 1973 - from BookRanger and

The American Political Tradition: And the Men Who Made It

by Hofstadter, Richard

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Hardcover. 378 pp. Alfred A. Knopf, New York (1973). "Twenty-fifth Anniversary Edition". First Edition thus. First Printing of this edition; 12th printing overall. "November, 1973". 10-ISBN only. $7.95 DJ price. Clean, bright, and unmarked inside and out. Straight boards, corners, and spine ends with no edgewear. Pages crisp. Very Fine to Near New condition. DJ is Very Good to Near Fine, with some minor chipping mostly at spine ends, and three small-to-medium closed tears now sealed on verso with Filmoplast. More photos on request. Shipped in a box within a box, in bubble wrap, with a tracking number.


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