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    Inscribed by "Dick Nixon" to "Cap Weinberger"

    Richard M. Nixon. Six Crises. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1962.

    First edition. Inscribed by Nixon to Caspar Weinberger: "To Cap Weinberger with appreciation for his friendship from Dick Nixon." Octavo. xvi, 460 pages.

    Publisher's gray cloth with gilt titles in a blue inset box. In rubbed but crisp dust jacket. Fine.

    Nixon's bestseller about political crises he was involved in as congressman, senator, and vice president, inscribed to Caspar Weinberger, who, as President Reagan's Secretary of Defense, would also find himself embroiled in international crises.


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    February, 2010
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