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THE POLITICS OF DIPLOMACY: Revolution, War & Peace, 1989-1992

BAKER, James A. III

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New York: Putnam, (1995). First Edition. 8vo. Very good in like jacket. DJ lightly rubbed, mild edgewear. Book has slight lean, touches shelf-wear to extremities. Clean and sound overall. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by Baker to long-time UPI correspondent to the State Department Jim Anderson: "9/22/95 / To Jim Anderson / who was there / for most of this / Jim Baker." Inscription on a Baker bookplate affixed to front pastedown, as common for this title. 0399140875 (Item ID: 13531)

Anderson spent most of his career covering the State Department, which Baker headed under President George H.W. Bush. Anderson worked a variety of news services, including United Press International and Westinghouse Broadcasting. A significant association between a former Secretary of State and one of the most prominent journalists to cover him. 687pp. with index.


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