A Hard Rain: America in the 1960s, Our Decade of Hope, Possibility, and Innocence Lost

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A HARD RAIN: AMERICA IN THE 1960S, OUR DECADE OF HOPE, POSSIBILITY, AND INNOCENCE LOST is renowned historian Frye Gaillard's account of one of the most fascinating and turbulent decades in American history. Gaillard gives a throughly researched and captivating description of the tumultuous period politically, socially, and culturally.


THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed by Frye Gaillard on the title page at the store. It is a new, unread signed first edition opened only for signing and comes with a certificate authenticating the signature. Published in August, 2018 by NewSouth Books.


FRYE GAILLARD (shown below from our Wall of Fame) is a writer-in-residence at the University of South Alabama who has published over twenty books focused on Southern history and culture. He is the winner of the Clarence Cason Award for Nonfiction Writing, the Lillian Smith Book Award, and the Eugene Current-Garcia Award For Distinction in Literary Scholarship. Thank you Frye Gaillard for signing our books.

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