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THE DREW PEARSON STORY

KLUCKHOHN, Frank and Jay Franklin

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Chicago: Chas. Hallberg & Company, (1967). First Edition. 8vo. Black boards in printed dust jacket. About very good in like DJ. Dampstaining to jacket and boards near fore edge. Pages overall clean and bright, with trace toning here and there. Good and sound. 181pp. (Item ID: 18872)

A critical look at well-known columnist Drew Pearson (author of the influential column "Washington Merry-Go-Round"), who the authors argue had become a one-man "government within a government."


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