First edition of Seize The Moment, signed by President Richard Nixon, presented to Washington, DC attorney David Ginsburg.
Octavo, 322pp. Blue boards, blue cloth spine, gilt lettering on spine. Blue endpapers. First edition, first printing with full number line on copyright page. In publishers fine dust jacket, retail price on front flap. Signed on half title by Richard Nixon. Includes a note written on Richard Nixon stationery to David Ginsburg: “Dear David, I thought you might be interested in seeing some unconventional wisdom on foreign and domestic issues. Best wishes for the New Year, Sincerely, RN.” David Ginsburg gave Richard Nixon his first job in Washington, DC and set him on a course that would change the nation’s history.
Attorney C. David Ginsburg was a young lawyer in the New Deal Agency called the Office of Price Administration. In 1942, in need of young and talented lawyers, he hired a new gradate from Duke University, Richard Nixon. This work by former President Richard Nixon was published in 1992. It would be the last book that President Richard Nixon released before his untimely death in 1994. This book examines the political implication of a post-soviet world order. It implores political leaders to ?seize the moment? in history, but was at odds with the post-Cold War doctrine of George Bush, which emphasized stability. Nixon advocated for democracy in all corners of the globe, sometimes at the expense of stability.