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    Garden City: Garden City Publishing, 1925. First printing of this later edition (originally published in 1921). 256 pp. Very good plus in like dust jacket with a closed tear to rear panel and light overall edge wear with some chipping.
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    DIETRICH, Jeff.
    Greensboro: Unicorn Press, 1983. . First edition. 8vo. Pictorial wrappers. 165 pp. A review copy with the words "review copy" in red marker. Near fine.
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    GARSON, Barbara.
    Berkeley & NY: Grassy Knoll Press (1966). First edition. 56 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers.
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    KENNEDY, Edward M.
    NY: Simon & Schuster (1972). First edition. 252 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Kennedy to Lord John Press publisher, “To Herb Yellin / with my best wishes / and appreciation for / your support - / Herb Yellin.
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    NEVE, Brian.
    London & NY: Routledge (1992). First edition. 285 pp w/notes, select bibliography, and indexes. Fine in full black cloth with silver stamping. No dust jacket, as issued.
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    PALAST, Greg.
    London & Sterling: Pluto Press (2002). Later printing. 211 pp w/index. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.
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    WARREN, Robert Penn.
    Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky (1980). First edition. 114 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. A long autobiographical essay on Southern politics, American history, the career of Jefferson Davis, the writing of history, and, of all things: memory. A mix of a Southerner's nostalgia and a writer's objective eye.
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    WEATHERFORD, Jack McIver.
    NY: Arbor House (1986). First edition. 248 pp w/notes & bibliography. Fine in fine dust jacket. After putting a microscope to Congress in his first book, Weatheford tackles the Triple-X scene in Washington DC.
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    San Francisco: Arion Press/Library of Congress, 1987. First printing of this edition. 8vo. 63 pp. Fine in limp vellum with blue lettering and red bands. Fine publisher’s slipcase and chemise. One of 500 copies on Twinrocker Mill hand made paper. Initial letters drawn and illuminated by Thomas Ingmire.
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    [Berkeley, 1969]. First edition. 18 1/4 x 12 1/8 inch illustrated poster, printed in two colors on tan stock. Fine. An offset lithograph mimicking a parking sign. Iconic.
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    [REAGAN, Ronald]. Green, Mark.
    San Francisco: Foundation for National Progress/Mother Jones, 1987. First edition. 24 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers.
    San Francisco: Hermes Free Press (1972). First edition. 24mo. [4 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. “Energy Hustler Ro-Non-So-Te” rails against the “oil people.”