Adler's textbook now available as a reprint

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Adler's textbook now available as a reprint

Post by metrodorus » Sun Aug 24, 2008 2:44 pm

I have made arrangements for Adler's textbook and Key to be made available at pretty much cost price as reprints:
Adler's textbook works out at just under $20 ( plus postage)
The Key is less than half of that.

Here are the links to publicdomainreprints, who have arranged this service:


http://www.publicdomainreprints.org/cod ... req_id=665
http://www.publicdomainreprints.org/cod ... req_id=704

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Re: Adler's textbook now available as a reprint

Post by Alex Sheremet » Wed Aug 27, 2008 4:05 am

Ah, thank you.. now, people won't have to spend $50-$80 on a thesis binding company, like I did.

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Post by metrodorus » Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:23 am

As did I.

Actually, what prompted this, was a company called Kissinger offering it for $50. This annoyed me, as it is basically users of Latinum who will be buying this book. I wanted a better deal for the Latinum Course's users - I was sure it could be done for less, and indeed, publicdomainreprints do print it for practically cost price.

Although their page limit is 700, they managed to produce Alder's book, which comes in at over 720 pages in their version.

Also, the Key is available.

Evan.

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