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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Murfreesboro, Tennessee: Jim Acosta) Shady marketing ploys by textbook publishers featured; details given about a deal offered to college professors by North West Publishing. [Middle Tennessee State University Jim WILLIAMS@- describes how North West Publishing tried to bribe him to use their textbook; comments on students’ perception of the world.] [Middle Tennessee State University Louie HAAS@- says the North West deal was a scam.] [Student Jackie SPIRLOCK@- comments on the cost of her textbooks.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Acosta, Jim
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