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    Printed Booklet Commemorating the Signing of the North Atlantic Treaty From the Estate of Clark Clifford. Printed booklet, four pages, 8" x 10", April 4, 1949, Washington, D.C. The North Atlantic Treaty gave birth to NATO. The key portion of the treaty committed each member state to consider an armed attack against one state to be an armed attack against all states. This particular booklet is purported to be Clark Clifford's personal copy. Clark Clifford (1906-1998) was the consummate Washington insider: advisor, friend to statesmen, respected lawyer, and mentor to many national leaders. The booklet is in very good condition with some minor soiling to the cover and remnants of old cellophane tape on the inside back cover.

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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