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[ GILBERT, CLINTON WALLACE ] - Behind The Mirrors : The Psychology Of Disintegration At Washington - By The Author Of 'The Mirrors Of Washington'

G P Putnam's Sons, New York, 1922, 1st edition. Cloth, VG. x+236pp+4pp publsihers catalogue, b/w frontis, 14 b/w plates, cloth a little sunned, unevenly to the spine, internally fine. Hardback , no dustjacket. ¶ A series of twelve essays on the Presidency of Warren G Harding [ 1865 - 1923 ]. The foreword states - 'This book delves into the fundamentals at Washington. It is concerned with political tendencies as well as political personalities. It presents what impresses us as a genuinely useful and brilliant picture of present-day governmental psychology and functioning. It is a cross section of things as they are'. Harding died one of the most popular of US presidents - but subsequent revelations concerning corruption under his Presidency have relegated him to the bottom of the popularity stakes. This book predates those scandals.
GBP 14.00 [Appr.: EURO 15.5 US$ 18.26 | JP¥ 1912] Booknumber: 44777

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