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It costs $255 for a new copy, which is really expensive for college students. Photo by wstera2
We took a look around the exhibit hall at the convention center, where left-wing professors talked to book publishers and looked for the latest books to buy. This is what we saw:
His textbook, Public Finance and Public Policy, is considered one of the best textbooks on public finance and is widely used by college courses and professors to teach the subject.
Sounds like someone made a profit by forcing the purchasing of a textbook unused throughout an entire semester! God bless the American free market system!
While we’re at it, let’s go headfirst into a socialist system that only leads to rationing and poverty. That totally makes sense (sarcasm).