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by N.Y. Alplaus

Condition: Good

(Charlestown, MA: Emporium Publications). (1973).. (1973).. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in decorative red, white & blue wrappers. The binding is slightly bumped with foxing to the covers. [iii], 93 & [3] pages. Good. <p>A humorous article by Tom Donnelly, reprinted from the Washington Post, serves as an introduction. The recipes feature well-known figures from the Watergate era: "Chili Con Colson", "Liddy's Fool-Proof Devil's Food Cake", "Nixon's Hot Cross Bread", etc.



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