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Oh Yeah? (1931 FirstEdition) by Edward Angly ( compiled by) - First edition - 1931 - from Pontaccio and Biblio.com

Oh Yeah? (1931 FirstEdition)

by Edward Angly ( compiled by)

Condition: Fair


1931 First Edition;
Second Printing Before Publication
Aside from the savage title there is no creative writing on the part of Angly, a career journalist.
Angly collected the statements of politicians, financiers, business people, bankers, economists and news columnists, both before and after the Wall Street Stock Market Crash that culminated on "Black Tuesday", October 29, 1929.
The book is a compilation of all of the statements from the end of the 1920s to 1931 by President Hoover, members of his cabinet, business leaders, explaining that the depression wasn't so bad, was over, and that pretty much nothing could be done about it.
Here are the actual quotes and headlines from newspapers and public records from the two years leading up to the Great Depression and the two subsequent years 1927 to 1931.





  • Bookseller: Pontaccio US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 22453
  • Title: Oh Yeah? (1931 FirstEdition)
  • Author: Edward Angly ( compiled by)
  • Illustrator: newspaper cartoons
  • Format/binding: The cloth covers are soiled. No extraneous marks underlining or past names. Bright text throughout No creases dogearred corners
  • Book condition: Used - Fair
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First edition
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Viking Press
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1931
  • Keywords: Wall Street Stock Market Crash,1929 Black Tuesday, Great Depression, President Hoover,
  • Bookseller catalogs: polemics;

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