A Diplomatic History of the American People
by Thomas Andrew Bailey
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New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1955. Hardcover. 5th Edition. Good / No jacket as issued. Prior owner's name to FFEP. Underlining in pencil throughout, otherwise Near Fine. Spine straight and tight. Cover clean. Not from a library. No remainder mark. xxx + 969 + xxxix pages. Illustrations.
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- A Diplomatic History of the American People
- Thomas Andrew Bailey
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- Fifth Edition
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- New York
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- foreign, international, affairs, relations, diplomacy, history, United States
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