Book Condition: Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing; Signed by Author
Publisher: Toronto, New York, London And Sydney: Bantam Books, 1982.
A Fine first Printing of the First Edition in a mildly edgeworn Nearly Fine dust-jacket, signed by author Jimmy Carter on a bookplate affixed to the front flyleaf.
The problems that Jimmy Carter faced in the White House were tremendous. This book gives a very thorough and honest review of the major challenges confronting President Carter in the late 1970s. He brought to the Oval Office a habit he shared with two of his 20th century predecessors, Nixon and Truman - that of writing daily entries in a diary. This he maintained, thankfully, throughout his presidency. It is from these entries that his memoirs are constructed.
Contains all of the classic Easton Press trimmings: premium leather, silk moiré end leaves, distinctive cover design, raised bands, accented in real 22KT gold, satin ribbon page marker, gilded page edges, long-lasting, high quality acid-neutral paper, sewn pages for strength and durability; [i-vii] viii-xiv [xv-xvi, 1-2] 3-622  pages.