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Anybody out there have a handy copy of Liberalism in America: Its Origin, Its Temporary Collapse, Its Future by Harold Stearns? Amazon wants almost $100 for it and I need to read just a chapter or two. Why is Google so slow in scanning books, dagnabbit!

Update: Alibris has it for $50, which is still basically $25 more than I want to pay. Also, I’m largely banned from buying more books. I may just go to a library and Xerox® what I need.

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