|At 296 pages that's still awfully expensive for such a recent book. His other book on Amazon, Virginia and State Rights, 1750-1861: The Genesis and Promotion of a Doctrine, is twelve pages shorter and it's running for $49.95. I'm wondering if the difference isn't because of the publisher as their both by different publishers, though the Virginia one is supposed to be paperback and paperbacks are usually cheaper than hardcovers. Still, those prices do seem a little steep for how long the books are.
Edit: Correction, the Virginia book is 28 pages more for less money.
Last edited on Sat Jul 9th, 2011 02:09 am by Hellcat