New York: Doubleday & Company, 1972. Fine Hardcover in a Near Fine Dust Jacket.
No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal shelf handling; Still Gift Quality. The Dust jacket with the price of $10.00 has a hint of age-toning. 8vo; 9.5 inches tall; 362 pages with an index. Includes genealogies.
Fine / Near Fine. Item #16299
A brilliant man but eccentric, John Randolph strutted around the House of Representatives with a whip in his hand. Historian Russell Kirk described him as "a radical man yet a political conservative" with "alternating ferocity and compassion, his duels, his beautiful letters...his fits of madness...his brandy and opium, his passionate Christianity, his lonely plantation life, and his quixotic opposition to the great political and economic powers of the day."