By Jay Robert Nash. I searched used bookstores for yeeeeears for my copy of this bad boy, and then internet came and saved me. You, dear reader, need look no further for all the pre-Ford-administration flimflams and swindles your heart desires.
The dust jacket of this first edition has visible wear -- rubbing, a few flakes and cracks at the spine edges. Mild foxing to page edges, mild toning to the pages. But for a reference copy, this is a solid buy.