Worth the Fighting For. Inscribed by John McCain. First Trade Edition, First Printing. Random House. New York, 2003.

$110.00

John McCain was a U.S. naval officer, war hero, U.S. senator, and 2008 Republican nominee for president. His long public career as senator of Arizona made him one of the most recognizable politicians in America and a serious contender for the presidency, even in the midst of the historic 2008 Obama campaign. Throughout his years of political service, McCain proved himself loyal to country over party–a rare quality in American politics and one which garnered strong independent support across the nation. McCain’s legacy is also bolstered by his military service. A survivor of several years imprisonment in North Vietnam, he persisted through major injuries that were left untreated, long periods of solitary confinement, and extreme physical torture, until he ultimately gained his freedom. In Worth the Fighting For, McCain describes the period just after his years as P.O.W. up until the 9/11 attacks. The work is noted for its outspokenness, clarity, and consistency with McCain’s other memoirs, the sum of which tell the full life story of one of America’s greatest political leaders of the last 50 years.

This first trade edition is inscribed by John McCain on the title page. It is in about-fine condition. In the original blue cloth boards, about-fine with only bumping to spine ends. Text block fine. In the original dust jacket, about-fine with only minor bumping to corners.

An about-fine inscribed first trade edition by Senator John McCain.

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Worth the Fighting For. Inscribed by John McCain. First Trade Edition, First Printing. Random House. New York, 2003.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 4 in