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I just wanted to say that I am currently selling books on Amazon. I have a few books some of you may be interested in. The name of my company is "Paper and Pen." One book sold right away about Lyndon Johnson: Lyndon Baines Johnson and the American Dream, published in 1965. It didn't deal with Kennedy too much. I was glad to make the sale. Other books I'm selling are:

The Selling of the President 1968. Joe McGuiness http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0671270435/ref=olp_page_3?ie=UTF8&shipPromoFilter=0&startIndex=30&sort=sip&me=&condition=all

All Too Human by George Stephanopouolos (acceptable - binding coming loose but readable) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0316929190

Six Crisis by Richard Nixon http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0000CLI4S/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&condition=all

AMEX: A History of the American stock Exchange. Years 1921 - 1971. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0006C4TD6/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&condition=all

Every Knee Shall Bow by Jess Walter about Ruby Ridge. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/006039174X/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&condition=all

Standing Firm by Dan Quayle http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0060177586/ref=olp_page_2?ie=UTF8&shipPromoFilter=0&startIndex=15&sort=sip&me=&condition=new

The Legacy by Stephen Frey Audio Cassettes. Novel loosely tied in with the Kennedy Assassination. Abridged. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0140867694/ref=sr_1_1_up_1_main_olp?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1307965988&sr=1-1&condition=used

I also have Haldeman's Diaries, but I'm not sure when I'll put that up for sale as I'm reading it.

Yours Truly,

Kathy C

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I just wanted to say that I am currently selling books on Amazon. I have a few books some of you may be interested in. The name of my company is "Paper and Pen." One book sold right away about Lyndon Johnson: Lyndon Baines Johnson and the American Dream, published in 1965. It didn't deal with Kennedy too much. I was glad to make the sale. Other books I'm selling are:

The Selling of the President 1968. Joe McGuiness http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0671270435/ref=olp_page_3?ie=UTF8&shipPromoFilter=0&startIndex=30&sort=sip&me=&condition=all

All Too Human by George Stephanopouolos (acceptable - binding coming loose but readable) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0316929190

Six Crisis by Richard Nixon http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0000CLI4S/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&condition=all

AMEX: A History of the American stock Exchange. Years 1921 - 1971. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0006C4TD6/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&condition=all

Every Knee Shall Bow by Jess Walter about Ruby Ridge. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/006039174X/ref=dp_olp_0?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&condition=all

Standing Firm by Dan Quayle http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0060177586/ref=olp_page_2?ie=UTF8&shipPromoFilter=0&startIndex=15&sort=sip&me=&condition=new

The Legacy by Stephen Frey Audio Cassettes. Novel loosely tied in with the Kennedy Assassination. Abridged. http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0140867694/ref=sr_1_1_up_1_main_olp?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1307965988&sr=1-1&condition=used

I also have Haldeman's Diaries, but I'm not sure when I'll put that up for sale as I'm reading it.

Yours Truly,

Kathy C

Forget that Exon Valdez gal from Alaska, you are so well read that we need to run you for President.

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I just wanted to say that I am currently selling books on Amazon. I have a few books some of you may be interested in. The name of my company is "Paper and Pen." One book sold right away about Lyndon Johnson: Lyndon Baines Johnson and the American Dream, published in 1965. It didn't deal with Kennedy too much. I was glad to make the sale. Other books I'm selling are:

The Selling of the President 1968. Joe McGuiness http://www.amazon.co...=&condition=all

All Too Human by George Stephanopouolos (acceptable - binding coming loose but readable) http://www.amazon.co...duct/0316929190

Six Crisis by Richard Nixon http://www.amazon.co...e&condition=all

AMEX: A History of the American stock Exchange. Years 1921 - 1971. http://www.amazon.co...e&condition=all

Every Knee Shall Bow by Jess Walter about Ruby Ridge. http://www.amazon.co...e&condition=all

Standing Firm by Dan Quayle http://www.amazon.co...=&condition=new

The Legacy by Stephen Frey Audio Cassettes. Novel loosely tied in with the Kennedy Assassination. Abridged. http://www.amazon.co...&condition=used

I also have Haldeman's Diaries, but I'm not sure when I'll put that up for sale as I'm reading it.

Yours Truly,

Kathy C

Forget that Exon Valdez gal from Alaska, you are so well read that we need to run you for President.

The Oval Office would soon look like a library with rows of books the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have to meander through to get to me.

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Jim Phelps mentioned the near Assassination of DeGaulle. I just thought I'd tell -- if members are interested -- that I have political biographies on sale, including one of DeGaulle.

DeGaulle by Francois Mauriac, Nobel Prize-winning novelist.

The Adenauer Era by Richard Hiscocks, about the recovery of Germany after the Nazis surrendered.

Both books are of contemporaries of President Kennedy. I also have:

Monica's Story by Andrew Morton. Insight into what drew Monica to President Clinton. In other words, she's treated like a human being.

http://amazon.com Paper and Pen

Just type in the name of the book. Then scroll down to Paper and Pen.

I am trying to find books relevant to the Kennedy Era and sell them at low, reasonable prices.

Thank You All,

Kathy Crolleyes.gif

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Jim Phelps mentioned the near Assassination of DeGaulle. I just thought I'd tell -- if members are interested -- that I have political biographies on sale, including one of DeGaulle.

DeGaulle by Francois Mauriac, Nobel Prize-winning novelist.

The Adenauer Era by Richard Hiscocks, about the recovery of Germany after the Nazis surrendered.

Both books are of contemporaries of President Kennedy. I also have:

Monica's Story by Andrew Morton. Insight into what drew Monica to President Clinton. In other words, she's treated like a human being.

http://amazon.com Paper and Pen

Just type in the name of the book. Then scroll down to Paper and Pen.

I am trying to find books relevant to the Kennedy Era and sell them at low, reasonable prices.

Thank You All,

Kathy Crolleyes.gif

Kathleen, if the Adenour one has a photo and or bio of ewald peters, how much?

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Jim Phelps mentioned the near Assassination of DeGaulle. I just thought I'd tell -- if members are interested -- that I have political biographies on sale, including one of DeGaulle.

DeGaulle by Francois Mauriac, Nobel Prize-winning novelist.

The Adenauer Era by Richard Hiscocks, about the recovery of Germany after the Nazis surrendered.

Both books are of contemporaries of President Kennedy. I also have:

Monica's Story by Andrew Morton. Insight into what drew Monica to President Clinton. In other words, she's treated like a human being.

http://amazon.com Paper and Pen

Just type in the name of the book. Then scroll down to Paper and Pen.

I am trying to find books relevant to the Kennedy Era and sell them at low, reasonable prices.

Thank You All,

Kathy Crolleyes.gif

Kathleen, if the Adenour one has a photo and or bio of ewald peters, how much?

"The Adenauer Era" by Richard Hiscocks does not contain any photos and, according to its index, does not address either ewald peters or peters ewald. But it looks like an interesting read. It's subtitle is "Germany's Miraculous Post-War Renaissance and the Man Who Created It." It's in acceptable condition. I'm selling it for $2.75 plus 3.99 shipping. Amazon.com -- (Paper and Pen.)

Kathy C

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Kathy...I am wanting to let you know that I think it is just wonderful that you are involvimg yourself, with these books through Amazon. But as a warning, be careful because there are many paying scamsters out there. About a month ago, a neighbor of mine was helping another neighhor with an Estate Sale and found that he had about 5 JFK books, a recording of all his speeches and some Life and I believe Post, first Assn. issues. My neighbor came to me for some advise of what to ask for the whole package. When I looked at the books, they were none that I had ever heard of before! All five were short books with glossy pages and lots of photos...just about JFK or the Kennedy family. Nothing to do with our concerns anyway. I told my neighbor that I had no idea what the person could charge for them and had never heard of any of them. She asked me, well, what are you studying then, with all the JFK books you have. She was not aware there were such books, to do with conspiracy resesrch. I suppose that would seem strange to have as many books as I have and just about JFK or the family...lol But anyway, you might have been able to have benefitted from these books for your sales. ...if I had known.

Good luch with your endeavor!

Dixie

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Thank you Kathleen. If you do come across one with peters in it I'd be very interested.

Good prices given current exchange rates. All the best.

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Kathy...I am wanting to let you know that I think it is just wonderful that you are involvimg yourself, with these books through Amazon. But as a warning, be careful because there are many paying scamsters out there. About a month ago, a neighbor of mine was helping another neighhor with an Estate Sale and found that he had about 5 JFK books, a recording of all his speeches and some Life and I believe Post, first Assn. issues. My neighbor came to me for some advise of what to ask for the whole package. When I looked at the books, they were none that I had ever heard of before! All five were short books with glossy pages and lots of photos...just about JFK or the Kennedy family. Nothing to do with our concerns anyway. I told my neighbor that I had no idea what the person could charge for them and had never heard of any of them. She asked me, well, what are you studying then, with all the JFK books you have. She was not aware there were such books, to do with conspiracy resesrch. I suppose that would seem strange to have as many books as I have and just about JFK or the family...lol But anyway, you might have been able to have benefitted from these books for your sales. ...if I had known.

Good luch with your endeavor!

Dixie

Thank you, Dixie. Maybe there'll be another book sale in which you come across a Kennedy book. So far I'm doing well. My Kennedy books I left with my brother in NJ. ( I now have more Kennedy books.) It cost a lot to move down here. In the past 30 years I must have given away -- no exaggeration -- 1,000 books. I'm a bit of a collector.

The minute I walked into this apartment, I knew I was going to live here. They had a huge built-in bookcase. Plus my own laundry room.

I bet I wouldn't even sell those books on Kennedy. I found at a book sale Jesse Curry's book on President Kennedy, copyrighted 1969. It's the book that contained the original photo of Bush in front of the TSBD. The book was self-published. I got it for a quarter.

I was going to go for a master's degree in Library and Information Sciences when I finished college, but I didn't get there. I changed my mind.

Thanks again and I want to thank this forum for giving me a thread I can use to see if someone might be interested in certain titles.

Thank you, Dixie

Kathy C

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I put in more titles. Maybe these will interest someone:

The Greatest Story Ever Sold (The Decline and Fall of Truth) by Frank Rich

This is a book detailing George W. Bush's lies. (Another lie fed to this country (not in book, but relevant) Obama coming forth and saying American troops had killed Usama Bin Laden. No one believed it. Obama does what he's told, like they all do or did after Kennedy's passing.

This book, The Greatest Story Ever Sold, deals with 9/11, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Hurricane Katrina. And all the lies coming out of the White House.

A Vast Conspiracy by Jeffrey Toobin about Clinton's lies; what his wife called "a vast right-wing conspiracy." All the machinations of Clinton's White House.

I have an anecdote about Clinton from 2 sources. When Clinton became President he told his Joint Chiefs of Staff that he wanted to know 2 things: the Kennedy Assassination and UFOs. He got a surprising answer. They told him he didn't have "high-enough clearance."

Then, when he was campaigning for Hillary, he was talking to an audience and said, "If you believe in conspiracies, we don't want you." I guess he stopped believing in conspiracies when Vince Foster was found dead. The Clintons got the message. All in my opinion.

Kathy C

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I put in more titles. Maybe these will interest someone:

The Greatest Story Ever Sold (The Decline and Fall of Truth) by Frank Rich

This is a book detailing George W. Bush's lies. (Another lie fed to this country (not in book, but relevant) Obama coming forth and saying American troops had killed Usama Bin Laden. No one believed it. Obama does what he's told, like they all do or did after Kennedy's passing.

This book, The Greatest Story Ever Sold, deals with 9/11, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Hurricane Katrina. And all the lies coming out of the White House.

A Vast Conspiracy by Jeffrey Toobin about Clinton's lies; what his wife called "a vast right-wing conspiracy." All the machinations of Clinton's White House.

I have an anecdote about Clinton from 2 sources. When Clinton became President he told his Joint Chiefs of Staff that he wanted to know 2 things: the Kennedy Assassination and UFOs. He got a surprising answer. They told him he didn't have "high-enough clearance."

Then, when he was campaigning for Hillary, he was talking to an audience and said, "If you believe in conspiracies, we don't want you." I guess he stopped believing in conspiracies when Vince Foster was found dead. The Clintons got the message. All in my opinion.

Kathy C

Clinton was a weird president. The unfinished quote by Goebbles was something like 'the truth is an enemy'. ie those who question the 'truth', as being the big lies the beginning of the quote refers to, demands a compliant audience. A conspiracist is tainted with ridicule, in some cases rightly so but so are robots. An appraisal of Clinton is relative.

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I have listed some more titles. Possibly some members may be interested.

The Age of Roosevelt: The Politics of Upheaval 1935-1936 by Arthur M. Schlesinger, volume 3 of 3, hardcover. $17

Secrets of the Code, hardcover edited by Dan Burstein $13

Angela's Ashes, Pulitzer Prize Winner by Frank McCourt, paperback: $4.00; hardcover: $14.00.

'Tis: A Memoir by Frank McCourt, hardcover: $13.00

Paper and Pen

Thank you,

Kathy C

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I've put another book up for sale that someone might like. It's Haldeman's Diaries, Inside the Nixon White House. Like reading about a litlle snow ball getting bigger and bigger till it's an iceberg. Stephen Ambrose provides the Introduction and Afterword.

The book costs $16.95 and is like new. I still don't know who Bebe Rebozo is. I'll look him up on the Internet.

Kathy C

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