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Publishers disagree text prices are too high

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / April 9, 2005

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The Association of American Publishers yesterday rejected complaints about the high price of college textbooks, made in letters sent Thursday to a large publisher and signed by more than 700 college mathematics and physics professors. The letters, solicited by California Public Interest Research Group, were sent to Thomson Learning, a division of Toronto-based Thomson Corp. (Full article: 332 words)

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