Not All the King's Horses. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co., (1919).
First Edition. Uncommon novel of Mexico, its politics, corruption, business dealings and denigration of citizens by Chamberlain who was Consul-General of the United States at Mexico City in the 1910's. The dedication reads: "This book is dedicated to the Mexican peoples, to the inarticulate, to the millions who were struck down by the hoof of the conqueror and for four centuries have fed bleeding carrion to an alien vulture host." Very Good in a Good dustjacket with edge chipping and soiling to white panels.
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