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Me and My Likker
Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton’s crime: not hobnobbing with the rich and mighty
Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton, a famed moonshiner, was hounded to his death by agents of the federal government. What did he do wrong? Well, he didn’t drive a swell car and he didn’t belong to some fancy country club, and he didn’t hobnob with the rich and mighty. Those were his real crimes, as this pamphlet makes clear.
Typeset on a Linotype in 12 point Garamond. Letterpress printed on Biblio paper with Copperplate paper cover. Hand bound in a limited editions. Now in its second printing. I don’t expect to issue another edition once this second one has sold out.
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NOTE: This is NOT the book written by Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton. It is a pamphlet I wrote upon learning of his death.