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Long, Huey P.
Every Man a King the Autobiography of Huey P. Long
NEW ORLEANS, LA., 1933 Published by NATIONAL BOOK CO. INC. Binding: HARDBACK ORANGE Jacket: TORN DJ Size: 5.5X8.25 343 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD dj preserved in mylar jacket, chip out of bottom right corner of front of dj, 1' missing from foot of spine of dj, 2.75' missing from top of dj, top left corner missing of dj, edges of dj creased and torn, black and white illustrations, black and white plates, some creasing to dj Pp [i]-viii,1-343,(1), frontis + 29 pp plates. Text Illustrations. 8vo, orange cloth, lettered in red to spine and red and black to front board. Contents : 1. Early Community Life.2. Salesman's Life and Study of Law. 3. Lawyer in Winnfield, Louisiana. 4.Beginning the Life of Public Office and City Lawyer. 5. Opposition to Parker's Special Interests Program. 6. Head of the Public Service Commission.7. First Race for Governor, 1924. 8. The Toll Bridge Outrage. 9. Campaign for Governor, 1928. 10. A Legislative Struggle. 11. The Lieutenant Governor Does an About Face. 12. The Impeachment Proceedings. 13. League of Notions. 14. The German Commander Calls - The Green Pajamas. 15. Opposition Continues Its Fight. 16. Campaign for the United States Senate. 17. Extra Session of 1930. 18. Avoiding Bank Trouble. 19. Extending The Ole War Skule. 20. Another Effort to Take the Governors Office. 21. The Campaign of 1932. 22. Brother and a Family Against Brother. 23. Cotton Reduction Plan - Potlikker Episode. 24. The Newspapers Reverse. 25. Venture as an Author - Degree of Doctor of Laws. 26. Mississippi Elects a Governor. 27. Whence Came the Name: Kingfish. 28. Ar … [Click Below for Full Description]
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