A Candidate, A State And A Nation Come Of Age
Times Books, 1992. FIRST EDITION, third printing. (Number line down to “4” in Random House tradition.) Near mint unread condition, original dust jacket, not price clipped, also like new. Quarter bound in blue paper boards over a cream linen spine. Gilt titles to spine. The endpapers and pastedowns are blue. Early printing of Carter's memoirs of his first political campaign, signed by him. "A suspenseful narrative about a neophyte's harsh introduction to regional politics, the story of Carter's local victory also illuminates the end of the legalized system of white supremacy, rural domination of government and deprivation of civil rights for blacks in the South" Boldly signed “J. Carter” in black directly on the title page. Illustrated with 16 pages of photographs. 223 pages.