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Other people's money: The banks, the government, and Dome by  Peter Foster - Signed First Edition - 1983 - from Sparkle Books and

Other people's money: The banks, the government, and Dome

by Foster, Peter

Condition: Very Good+/Very Good

Don Mills Ontario: Collins, 1983 1983 First Printing, First Edition And Signed By The Author On The Half Title Page. No Other Writing Or Marks, Very Good + Condition In Unclipped Dust Jacket Which Is Rubbed Somewhat On The Surface And Browning A Little On The Inside Flap Edges. The Title Comes From A Quotation From An Oil Executive In The Preliminary Pages, "We Weren't Really Successful In Exploration, But The Important Thing Is That We Did It With Other People's Money. . . That's A Bad Quote, Isn't It."


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