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Trust: America's Best Chance
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Trust: America's Best Chance

by Pete Buttigieg

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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9781631498770
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1631498770
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Black boards with gold writing on spine; top of book spine slightly rumpled. Top and bottom of dust jacket spine have very light shelf wear; ISBN and cover price of $23.95 on front dust jacket flap. Book has overall tight binding and pages still look in excellent condition. Liveright Publishing First Edition, First Printing as indicated by "First Edition" and complete number line starting with "1" on copyright page. Author's signature on special publisher's tipped-in page.Current U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Buttigieg discusses how the nation "can effectively cultivate, deepen, and, where necessary, repair the networks of trust" in the United States. Hardcover and original unclipped dust jacket protected by archival Mylar cover.
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