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Melinda
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Melinda

by Gaiman, Neil

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Ossining: Hill House, 2004. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Signed limited edition of Melinda by Neil Gaiman, with illustrations by Dagmara Matuszak, in the publisher's original numbered envelope.. Folio, 55pp. Gray boards, title in gilt on front cover with illustrated plate. Solid text block, a fine example. Profusely illustrated by Matuszak, with both black-and-white drawings and specialty color plates. Housed in the publisher's matching numbered envelope. From a limited edition of 1,000 copies, this being number 837. Signed by the author, Neil Gaiman, on the tipped-in limitation page.
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Southern Oratory; A Study in Idealism
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Southern Oratory; A Study in Idealism

by Gaines, Francis Pendleton

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University, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1946. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Near fine/very good. Signed first edition of Southern Oratory by Francis Pendleton Gaines.. Octavo, [6], 72pp. Burnt orange cloth, title in gilt on spine. No additional printings listed on copyright page. Solid text block, dust remnants to top edge, a near fine example. In publisher's dust jacket, price-clipped, archival tape to verso, a few small chips at corners, soiling to cover, a very good example. Signed by the author on title page, "This copy for / Mr. and Mrs. Percy H. Johnston / with admiration and warm regard / Francis Pendleton Gaines." Dr. Francis Pendleton Gaines (1892-1963) was a historian, president of Wake Forest University, and later the president of Washington and Lee University (1930 to 1959). The recipient of this book, Percy Hampton Johnston (1881-1957), was president of Chemical Bank from 1920-1946. Johnston's portrait hangs in the National Portrait Gallery.
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Caravan; The Assembled Tales
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Caravan; The Assembled Tales

by Galsworthy, John

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London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1925. First Edition / Signed Limited Edition. Full leather. Fine. The signed limited edition of Caravan: The Assembled Tales of John Galsworthy.. Octavo, x, 950pp. Full green limp morocco, title in gilt on spine. Top edge gilt, internally fine. Housed in custom half morocco chemise, light shelf wear to spine. From a limited edition of 265 copies signed by the author, this being number 197. A fine example.
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Non-Violence In Peace & War
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Non-Violence In Peace & War

by Gandhi, Mahatma

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Ahmedabad: Navajivan Publishing House, 1949. Third Edition / First Edition (Volume II). Cloth. Near fine/very good. Non-Violence in Peace & War by Mahatma K. Gandhi, the third edition of Volume I and first edition of Volume II, both volumes in scarce dust jackets.. Octavo, [two volumes], xii, 512pp; xvi, 403pp. Blue paper over cloth, title printed in black on both volumes. Volume I is the third edition, one of 6000 copies printed in 1948; Volume II is a first edition, one of 5000 copies printed in 1949. Both volumes with light toning to leaves, but free of any extraneous marks. Both volumes with contemporary ownership inscription on front free endpaper from Professor of International Affairs, Marshall R. Singer, dated 20/12/56. Both volumes with exceptionally scarce dust jackets, loss at top edge of both jackets at the spine, tape repair on verso of Volume I, no loss of text to either jacket, both present well. An exceptionally scarce set.
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An Autobiography; The Story of My Experiments with Truth. Translated from the Gujarati by Mahadev...
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An Autobiography; The Story of My Experiments with Truth. Translated from the Gujarati by Mahadev Desai

by Gandhi, [Mohandas]

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London: Phoenix Press, 1949. First English Edition. Cloth. Very good/very good. The first English edition of An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas Gandhi, published in 1949.. Octavo, xiv, 420pp. Black cloth, title in gilt on spine. Stated "First published in Mcmxlix" on copyright page. Solid text block, touch of toning to edges, a very good example. In the publisher's dust jacket, retail price listed on front flap, a few small chips to corners and spine, small loss to top edge of rear panel. Split along rear hingeflap, secured by Japanese tissue repairs. A very good example of a scarce dust jacket.
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Fat City
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Fat City

by Gardner, Leonard

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New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good. First edition of Fat City by Leonard Gardner.. Octavo, 183pp. Gray boards with orange cloth spine, title stamped in black on spine. Top edge stained black. Yellow endpapers. Stated "First printing, 1969" on copyright page. Toning along top and bottom edges of boards, bottom edge of back cover lightly rubbed. Clean text with no marks or notations. In publisher's original illustrated dust jacket, retail price of $5.50 on front flap, light foxing to interior, spine ends rubbed, light soiling to front panel, sunning to spine, handwritten notation in blue ink on front flap. A bright example. While Fat City is the author's first and only novel, it has become a classic of boxing fiction. In 1972, the book was made into a movie of the same name, directed by John Huston and starring Stacy Keach and Jeff Bridges.
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The Case of the Smoking Chimney
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The Case of the Smoking Chimney

by Gardner, Erle Stanley

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New York: William Morrow and Company, 1943. Uncorrected Proof. Original wraps. Very good/very good. Uncorrected proof of The Case of the Smoking Chimney by Erle Stanley Gardner.. Octavo, 250pp. Paperback. Top edge dyed red. Some wear to hinges and gutters, notable shelf wear. In the publisher's sample dust wrapper, $2.00 retail price on front flap, wear to edges, small hole to front panel, creasing and lifting to spine. Dust jacket is affixed to spine. Stamp on front free endpaper reads "Publication Date Jan - 6 - 1942 / Price $2.00.
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Handwritten letter from Charles Guiteau to his defense attorney
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Handwritten letter from Charles Guiteau to his defense attorney

by [Garfield Assassination] Guiteau, Charles J.

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Washington DC: Postal Card, 1882. ALS. Paper. Very good. Letter from Charles J. Guiteau, the assassin of President James A. Garfield, to his defense attorney while on trial in Washington, D.C. The letter is dated January 4th, 1882, days before his conviction and sentencing.. The letter is written on a postal card, measures 3" x 5.25". Housed in custom blue cloth folder, title in gilt on cover over red morocco label. Encapsulated in archival sleeve. The letter reads as follows: "Jan 4, 1882 / 4PM / Mr. Scoville, Please come see me at once about my meals. There is far more danger of my being poisoned from jail food than other wise...C.G." The letter is addressed to "Attn. Scoville / Tremont House / Washington D.C. / C.J. Guiteau / January 4/82." Presidential assassin Charles Guiteau had good reason to fear being poisoned while in jail. Three months prior to this letter, a prison guard named William Mason fired at Guiteau, but missed. Mason was sentenced to 8-years in prison for the offense. The… Read More
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Archive of Political Letters: Pensions
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Archive of Political Letters: Pensions

by [Garfield, James A.] [Harrison, Benjamin] [Lodge, Henry Cabot] [Taft, Charles P.] [Sherman, John]

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[Washington, DC], 1900. Letters. Letters. A collection of 50 letters to political leaders regarding veteran pensions, many with notes from senators asking for help from the Bureau of Pensions.. Letters from the following notable individuals include: Benjamin Harrison (1885), James A. Garfield (1874), John Sherman (1891), Charles P. Taft (1896), Henry Cabot Lodge (1897), William Henry Moody (1897), George Frisbie Hoar (1897), Thomas W. Palmer (1894), Nelson W. Aldrich (1886), Richard Pearson Hobson (1909), Francis Cockrell (1891), James Francis Burke (1910), Thomas Kearns (1903). Pension requests include veterans of the Indian Wars, War of 1812, Mexican War and the Civil War (War of the Rebellion). Housed in black leather archival portfolio. Majority of letters were addressed to James P. Burrill, a former Union Soldier and Bureau of Pensions Official. A unique collection of letters, considering the political fortune of President Benjamin Harrison was largely attributed to his willingness to grant… Read More
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Trail-Makers Of the Middle Border; Illustrated by Constance Garland
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Trail-Makers Of the Middle Border; Illustrated by Constance Garland

by Garland, Hamlin

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New York: The MacMillan Company, 1926. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. First edition of Trail-Makers of the Middle Border by Hamlin Garland. Octavo, 426pp. Black cloth, title in gilt on spine, embossed title with colored illustration on cover. Stated "published October, 1926" on copyright page. Top edge dyed pink, uncut edges. Illustrated end papers in orange. Publishers dust jacket, near fine, $2.50 price on front flap, light wear along top edge, bright illustrations. The third of four books depicting life in the Midwest and Great Lakes.
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Cranford; With a Preface by Anne Thackeray Ritchie and Illustrations in Colour by Hugh Thomson
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Cranford; With a Preface by Anne Thackeray Ritchie and Illustrations in Colour by Hugh Thomson

by Gaskell, Mrs. [Elizabeth]

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London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd, 1907. New Illustrated Edition. Cloth. Near fine. Illustrated edition of Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell.. Octavo, xxx, 297pp, [3]. Blue cloth, title on spine and front cover, gilt embellishments on covers. Stated "Reprinted with Coloured Illustrations October 1898. New Edition 1907" on copyright page. Solid text block, all edges in gilt, features frontispiece with tissue and 110 additional illustrations throughout text. Edges slightly bumped, a near fine example.
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Miz Lucy's Cookies; And Other Links in My Black Family Support System
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Miz Lucy's Cookies; And Other Links in My Black Family Support System

by Gates, Eddie Faye

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9780962429798 / 0962429791
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Tulsa, Oklahoma: Coman & Associates, 1996. First Edition, Second Printing. Paperback. Near fine. First edition of Miz Lucy's Cookies by Eddie Faye Gates, inscribed to former U.N. Ambassador and diplomat Edward J. Perkins.. Octavo, 450pp, [6]. Paperback, title in black on spine. Stated "First Edition, Second Impression" on copyright page. Slight bend to text block, a touch of shelf wear, otherwise clean and crisp text. A near fine example. Inscribed on the title page: "March 9, 1997 / Best Wishes to Ambassador Ed Perkins. / Hope you enjoy my book. / Eddie Faye Petit Gates." Eddie Faye Petit Gates (1934-2021) was an educator; attended Tuskegee Institute, obtained a Masters degree from University of Tulsa, taught high school students for 22 years, and published three books including this autobiography. Gates retired from teaching in 1992 and worked for various causes, but was most influential in her research on the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. She collected stories of the remaining survivors through… Read More
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From the Shadows; The Ultimate Insider's Story of Five Presidents and How They Won the Cold War
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From the Shadows; The Ultimate Insider's Story of Five Presidents and How They Won the Cold War

by Gates, Robert M.

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New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. Signed first edition of From the Shadows by Robert Gates.. Octavo, 604pp. Hardcover, black cloth spine, title in gilt on spine. First edition, first printing with full number line on copyright page. Publisher's dust jacket, near fine condition, $30.00 retail price on front flap, light wear from handling at top edge of spine, otherwise fine. Signed by Robert M. Gates on the title page. Robert M. Gates wrote From the Shadows in 1996, shortly after finishing his service as the director of the CIA. In 2002, he became president of Texas A&M University, but in 2006, President George W. Bush asked him to replace Donald Rumsfeld as the Secretary of Defense. In 2008, President-elect Barack Obama asked Gates to stay on as Secretary, making him the only Secretary of Defense to serve two presidents of different parties. He retired in 2011 after the successful raid on the compound of Osama Bin Laden.
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Don't Cry For Me; Guilt Edged Mystery
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Don't Cry For Me; Guilt Edged Mystery

by Gault, William Campbell

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New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc, 1952. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/very good. First edition of Don't Cry for Me by William Campbell Gault, inscribed by the author to Ed Gorman, editor and publisher of Mystery Scene magazine.. Octavo, 220pp. Green cloth, title in gold on spine. Stated "first edition" on copyright page. Slight lean to text block. Toning to pages 129-192, spine ends bumped, shelf wear along bottom edge of volume, tape residue along top of front free endpaper. In publisher's dust jacket, $2.50 retail price on front flap, spine ends and corners rubbed, vertical creases on front flap and along both flap folds, shelf wear to both panels. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "For Ed Gorman who gave me a write-up better than I deserved. William Campbell Gault" A nice example of the author's first novel, which won the 1953 Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best First Novel. Ed Gorman (1941-2016) was a writer, editor and anthologist. He was one of the founders of Mystery Scene magazine, being… Read More
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Sole Survivor; The Battle of Midway and its effects on his life
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Sole Survivor; The Battle of Midway and its effects on his life

by Gay, George

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Naples: Midway Publishers, 1980. First Edition. Cloth. Very good/very good. First edition of Sole Survivor: The Battle of Midway and its effects on his life, signed by Ensign George Gay.. Octavo, 320pp. Blue cloth, title stamped in gilt on spine. No additional printings mentioned. Internally clean. In the publisher's dust jacket, price clipped, light foxing to verso, a bright example. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To _, All the good luck I had at Midway. George Gay. Keep America Strong." Ensign George H. Gay Jr. (1917-1994) fought at the Battle of Midway, as a member of Torpedo Squadron 8 (VT-8) aboard the USS Hornet. Ensign Gay was part of a group of airmen who launched a daring torpedo attack against the Japanese fleet. His squadron suffered heavy losses, with all but one aircraft shot down. Ensign Gay was the sole survivor of his squadron, shot down but managing to eject and witness the battle from the ocean, hiding under a seat cushion to avoid detection by enemy forces. After Midway,… Read More
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Eyewitness to Power; The Essence of Leadership - Nixon to Clinton
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Eyewitness to Power; The Essence of Leadership - Nixon to Clinton

by Gergen, David

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New York: Simon and Schuster, 2000. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. Signed first edition of Eyewitness to Power by David Gergen, inscribed to Chief of Staff, Craig L. Fuller.. Octavo, 382pp. Blue hardcover, title on spine. First printing with full number line. In publisher's near fine dust jacket. Inscribed on the title page: "To Karen and Craig - We were there together so many times -- and so many times, you each were a source of strength, inspiration and friendship - David Gergen. 8/2000." At the age of 34, Craig L. Fuller was asked to serve as the Chief of Staff for Vice President George H.W. Bush. He had previously served in the Reagan administration as the Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs. After serving as Chief of Staff for 4-years, it was assumed that Fuller would follow Bush to the White House in 1989. Shortly after the 1988 election, the President-elect told Fuller that New Hampshire Governor John H. Sununu would serve as his White House Chief of… Read More
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The Rules Of Aseptic And Antiseptic Surgery; A Practical Treatise For The Use Of Students And The...
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The Rules Of Aseptic And Antiseptic Surgery; A Practical Treatise For The Use Of Students And The General Practitioner

by Gerster, Arpad G.

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New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1888. Second Edition. Full leather. Near fine. Second edition of The Rules of Aseptic and Antiseptic Surgery by Arpad G. Gerster.. Octavo, xi, [1], 332pp; 55pp ads, [1]. Full leather, title in gilt on black label affixed to spine. Speckled edges. Stated "Second Edition" on title page. Solid text block, some wear and peeling to edges and spine. Faint sunning to spine. Light wear to endpapers. A near fine example. Complete with in-text engravings and three chromolithographed plates. Previous ownership inscription of Harriette O. McCalmont on front free endpaper. An important medical volume by a notable Attending Surgeon at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. After graduating from medical school in 1891, Harriette McCalmont worked as head of the women's department at a state hospital in Pennsylvania. She later moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan to work in a similar position at their state hospital. McCalmont, an outspoken suffragette, also served as president of the Equal… Read More
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The Gibson Book; A Collection Of The Published Works Of Charles Dana Gibson
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The Gibson Book; A Collection Of The Published Works Of Charles Dana Gibson

by Gibson, Charles Dana

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1906. First Edition. Cloth. Near fine. First edition of The Gibson Book: A Collection of the Published Works of Charles Dana Gibson, in two volumes.. Oblong quarto, [two volumes], [unpaginated]. Red cloth, title in gilt on the cover of both volumes. Top edge gilt. Free of toning or foxing. Light rubbing to tips, solid hinges, text block stable. Includes hundreds of black and white illustrations from Charles Dana Gibson, detailing American society and culture at the turn of the 20th century. Charles Dana Gibson was an American illustrator, who was best known for creating the "Gibson Girl," the ideal of feminine beauty in the late 19th century. An attractive set, in near fine condition.
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The Greatest Adventure; Association of Space Explorers
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The Greatest Adventure; Association of Space Explorers

by Gibson, Edward

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Sydney: C. Pierson Publishers, 1995. Limited Edition. Cloth. Near fine/near fine. Limited edition of The Greatest Adventure: Apollo 13 & Other Space Adventures, signed by the following 6 NASA astronauts: M. Scott Carpenter, Charles Conrad, Jr., Thomas P. Stafford, Alan L. Bean, Edward G. Gibson and Sally K. Ride.. Quarto, 224pp. Black hardcover, title in silver on spine. No additional printings noted on copyright page. In the publisher's dust jacket, light shelf wear, bright illustrations, a near fine copy. Signed on plate affixed to front free endpaper, this copy being number 356 of 2000. An attractive work. This copy is signed by the following six astronauts: M. Scott Carpenter (Aurora 7, Mercury Program), Charles Conrad, Jr.(Apollo 12), Thomas P. Stafford (Apollo 10), Alan L. Bean (Apollo 12), Edward G. Gibson (Skylab 4) and the first American woman in space, Sally K. Ride (Challenger Space Shuttle, STS-7).
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The Riddle of Jutland; An Authentic History. Illustrated with Photographs and Fourteen Diagrams...
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The Riddle of Jutland; An Authentic History. Illustrated with Photographs and Fourteen Diagrams by Ernest Clegg

by Gibson, Langhorne [Admiral John S. McCain Jr.]

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New York: Coward-McCann Inc, 1934. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Very good/very good. From the personal collection of Admiral John S. McCain, Jr., first edition of The Riddle of Jutland by Langhorne Gibson.. Octavo, xvii, 416pp. Red cloth, title stamped in blind on front cover, title in gilt on spine. No additional printings listed on copyright page. Previous ownership inscription on the front free endpaper. This copy is from the Navy Department's Bureau of Navigation in Washington, D.C. Solid text block, rubbing to corners, sunning to spine. In the publisher's dust jacket, $4.00 retail price on front flap, small chips along top edge, light rubbing to corners, tape repairs to verso. A notable association copy. Admiral John S. McCain, Jr. (1911-1981) served in the United States Navy for 45 years. He was the son of Admiral John S. McCain, Sr., a four-star admiral who commanded South Pacific aircraft operations in World War II, and the father of Senator John McCain. During the Vietnam War,… Read More
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