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Title: I Talk as I like
Description: New York, Dodge Publishing Company, 1937. First Edition Stated on the copyright page. Very good in woven blue cloth stamped in red with microphone drawing on the front boards. With red topstaining and some light scattered spotting to the front and rear boards.Very clean and tight throughout with a frontispiece of Boake Carter with the caption: "I don't want to be anything but an independent editor, beholden to no financial or business interest, no political or social outfit." In a defective and much chipped and edge-rubbed dustjacket. With several thumbnail-sized pieces missing at the top of the front and rear panels adjacent to the spine. Chipping and pieces missing to the top and bottom of the spine as well and at the corners. 1" Triangular piece missing at the bottom of the spine and the front panel. With the original price of $1.75 at the top of the inside front flap. Boake Carter was once voted America's most popular radio editorialist; he also wrote "Johnny Q. Public,, Speaks!" "Black Shirt-Black Skin" and "This is Life." An interesting book in a poor but an uncommon dustjacket. Woven blue cloth. Very Good/poor. Harold Thomas Henry Carter aka Boake Carter, was an American national news commentator in the 1930s and early 1940s. He was born in 1903 in Baku, Russian Empire (nowadays capital of Azerbaijan), where his father had been in the British Consular Service. Carter grew up in the United Kingdom, where he attended Christ College in Cambridge. He arrived in the United States in 1920 when his father was assigned to Mexico. Boake Carter entered broadcasting as a news commentator with WCAU in Philadelphia. He rose to fame as a broadcast journalist when he covered the Lindbergh kidnapping trial, beginning in 1932. After that, he was a familiar radio voice, but his commentaries were controversial, notably his criticisms of the New Deal. He was almost a forgotten figure when he died of a heart attack in 1944." Wikipedia.

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Price: US$ 250.00 Seller: Brainerd F. Phillipson, Rare Books
- Book number: B31

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