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Must America Learn the Hard Way? [Signed] by  Eugene L HOWARD - Signed First Edition - [1946] - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

Must America Learn the Hard Way? [Signed]

by HOWARD, Eugene L

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Muskegon, MI: Published by the Author, [1946]. First Edition. Hardcover. Small octavo (20cm.); original cloth in pale grey printed dust jacket; [10],134pp. Jacket a bit dust-soiled, small chip to upper fore-edge corner of front panel, else Fine in Very Good jacket. Signed by the author on front free endpaper. Socialist-minded economic plan for post-WWII America. Includes a defense of Soviet Russia.




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