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It took hundreds of years for these woods to grow, and they leveled it in a week. It's gone. After they build new houses here, they'll have to widen the roads and put up gas stations, and pretty soon the whole area will just be a big strip. Eventually there won't be a nice spot left anywhere. I wonder if you can refuse to inherit the world.
~ Bill Watterson (July 05, 1958 - )
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It's fairly straightforward economics for the most part. The sale of textbooks overseas, while small, actually holds down the price of textbooks in the United States. Any time we increase the volume of books sold, development and production costs can be spread over a larger field of purchasers. Publishers set the price of textbooks sold overseas at prices to reflect local market conditions.