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The Supreme Court Bar: Legal Elites in the Washington Community. by Kevin T. McGuire - First Edition (1993), so stated.  - 1993. - from Black Cat Hill Books and Biblio.com

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The Supreme Court Bar: Legal Elites in the Washington Community.

by Kevin T. McGuire

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Charlottesville, VA University Press of Virginia, 1993. Hardcover First Edition (1993), so stated. First Edition (1993), so stated. Fine in Very Near Fine DJ: The Book is flawless; the binding is square and secure; the text is clean. Free of any ownership names, dates, addresses, notations, inscriptions, stamps, plates, or labels. A handsome, like-new copy. Virtually 'As New'. The DJ shows only a faint scuff at the lower front panel; else flawless; unclipped. Very close to 'As New'. 8vo. (9.3 x 6.3 x 1.2 inches). xii, 254 pages. Language: English. Weight: 1 pound, 5.7 ounces. Constitutionalism and Democracy Series. Hardback with DJ.


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