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The Road To Keep by Elizabeth Anne Hemphill - Signed First Edition - 1970 - from Revue & Revalued Books  and

The Road To Keep: The Story Of Paul Rusch In Japan

by Elizabeth Anne Hemphill

Condition: Very Good+/None

This book is in very good condition. There is little to no wear on the front, back and spine of the cover boards. The edges are clean and the corners have minor bumping.There is a personal typed letter from the author offering thanks to the owner. The front end page is signed by the author. The pages are crisp, clean and white. The binding is tight and solid.

"Tthe relationship between Japan and the United States is a unique one in world history. Never before have two great countries of East and West had such a close, diverse, and manifold contacts. A quarter of a century ago they met in the largest war ever fought between an Eastern and a Western nation. Today they enjoy the largest trade that has ever flowed between any two nations separated from each other by an ocean. They share the same national sport - baseball. They also share many political institutions. Their cultural influence on each other is great. Their relationship is a harbinger of what the world may become when all the nations of the world have established mutually beneficial bonds across differences of historical Background and culture." - Foreword - Edwin O. Reischauer, The Road To Keep: The Story Of Paul Rusch In Japan


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