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    Hunter S. Thompson. Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72. [San Francisco]: Straight Arrow Books, [1973]. First edition, first printing. Signed by Thompson, Ralph Stedman, and George McGovern.

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    Octavo. 506 pages. Publisher's binding with white spine titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Modest shelfwear to binding. Front hinge a bit soft and with glue residue to front pastedown from a removed bookplate. Minor rubbing to jacket with some sunning along spine and a few small edge tears. Very good.



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    April, 2013
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