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David Rockefeller: Memoirs by  David Rockefeller - Hardcover - Third Printing - 2002 - from and

David Rockefeller: Memoirs

by Rockefeller, David

Condition: Fine /Fine

USA: Random House. Hardcover. 0679405887 517 pages. Index. Many consider David Rockefeller to have been the world's most powerful man. "It's almost inconceivable that one man's life could encompass so many things. But (his) life has, and he tells the world all about it in this candid and highly informative book. This is the first time a Rockefeller has ever told his own story." - from dust jacket. Personalized bookplate, ostensibly for a fellow member of the Council on Foreign Relations has been signed by author and mounted upon front free endpaper. Dust jacket preserved in archival-grade Brodart. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. A handsome copy. . Fine. 2002. Third Printing.


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