NO MORE LIES: THE MYTH & THE REALITY OF AMERICAN HISTORY, by Dick Gregory - 1971 [1st Ed]
No More Lies: The Myth and the Reality of American History
by Dick Gregory
First Edition. Published by: Harper & Row. New York, NY. 1971.
Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD condition, with a GOOD DJ.
- Black cloth covers with grey cloth overlay, featuring publisher's logo to the front, exhibit minor signs of age or wear.
- Boards are age-toned with moisture stains that appear purple, blue and black, most notably along the portion of grey cloth.
- Corners are gently bumped though overall remain sharp.
- Spine, in black cloth with partially faded silver lettering, exhibits mild creases, bumped ends and discolored areas, likely due to moisture damage. Please see photos.
- Binding is secure.
- Front pastedown bears numbers in the upper left corner, while the rear pastedown is stained and creased along the inner margin; ffep bears signature and line in ink.
- Half-title page is stained along a portion of the upper right edge.
- Interior exhibits a crease throughout the top left portion of the textblock. Please see photos.
- Interior is gently age-toned and remains free of any major signs of age or wear.
- Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
- Textblock edges are gently darkened, foxed and stained with deckled fore-edge and bottom-edge.
- DJ is nicely preserved behind Mylar and is backed with archival paper.
- DJ is age-toned, stained and scuffed with water damage to areas; edges exhibit slits, tears and bumping, including the corners and spine ends with a mark and numbers in ink to the left inner flap. Please see photos.
- Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
311 pages. 5" by 8.75".
African-American comedian and civil rights activist Richard Claxton Gregory (1932-2017) offers his views on American history and race relations in the United States.
Jacket design by Wendell Minor.
AS IS! Please see photos. More photos available upon request.
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