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The Long Gray Line: The American Journey of West Point's Class of 1966

by Atkinson, Rick

Condition: Good/Near Very Fine


Houghton Mifflin, 1989. Large, thicker, heavy book, dark blue cloth spine, gray boards very slightly faded at top and bottom edges, 592 pages including three glossy photo sections. Someone has written the name "John Paul Vann" on first front end paper--author of "A Bright and Shining Lie," but he died in 1972. DJ glossy gray background with image of cadets throwing caps on front, blue lettering with red border, praise on back from James Fallows, Bob Woodward, and Thomas Fleming. DJ has light surface wear at top front tip, light crease at top back edge. Near Very Fine DJ/Good book.. Hard Cover. Good/Near Very Fine.


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