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Signed copies of ‘The Generals’ available

Inspired by a request I got, I’ve decided to partner with Politics & Prose, a great local bookstore here in DC, to offer signed copies of The Generals: American Military Command from World War II to Today. The catch is that they are only available by the dozen. No onesies, twosies or such, and no ...

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Inspired by a request I got, I've decided to partner with Politics & Prose, a great local bookstore here in DC, to offer signed copies of The Generals: American Military Command from World War II to Today. The catch is that they are only available by the dozen. No onesies, twosies or such, and no special inscriptions, which just gets too damned complex. (But what better way to cover your Christmas list than with 12 signed copies of a fun narrative history?)

For $375, you can get a dozen signed copies, which includes shipping it to you. Just send the check and a good mailing address to me at:

 

Inspired by a request I got, I’ve decided to partner with Politics & Prose, a great local bookstore here in DC, to offer signed copies of The Generals: American Military Command from World War II to Today. The catch is that they are only available by the dozen. No onesies, twosies or such, and no special inscriptions, which just gets too damned complex. (But what better way to cover your Christmas list than with 12 signed copies of a fun narrative history?)

For $375, you can get a dozen signed copies, which includes shipping it to you. Just send the check and a good mailing address to me at:

 

Tom Ricks

CNAS

1301 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Suite 403

Washington DC 20004

Thomas E. Ricks covered the U.S. military from 1991 to 2008 for the Wall Street Journal and then the Washington Post. He can be reached at ricksblogcomment@gmail.com. Twitter: @tomricks1

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