New York: Random House, (1956). First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp; xi, 564, index; decorated black cloth, top edge gray in a dust jacket;. Very good / a jacket with minor edge wear, else a very good unclipped. Item #16920
This copy warmly inscribed to Alice Roosevelt Longworth, daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt, dated December 17, 1958 at the White House. The author was serving as President Eisenhower's chief speech writer and is credited with Eisenhower's famous "Military-Industrial" Complex Speech. His Father was involved in the Bull Moose Campaign of 1912. "For Alice Roosevelt Longworth with the regards and esteem of a Bull Moose", Malcolm Moos, The White House, December 17, 1958"