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Why Coolidge Matters: Leadership Lessons from America?s Most Underrated President

by Johnson, Charles C

Condition: Acceptable


Encounter Books, 2013-03-12. Hardcover. Acceptable. This author-inscribed book listed as "acceptable" due to cosmetic issues. Author inscription, half-title page. Dust jacket a bit battered with two rips near spine of front panel, light creasing, scratches. Edges of page block are soiled. This is a solid, inscribed copy with cosmetic flaws.


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