Review: Laura J. Miller, Reluctant Capitalists

March 2, 2006
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jacket imagePublishers Weekly recently reviewed Laura J. Miller’s Reluctant Capitalists: Bookselling and the Culture of Consumption: "Though independent booksellers may believe they already understand all that there is to know about maintaining the delicate balance between economic success and cultural integrity, those who dip into Miller’s impressive examination will find their curiousity well rewarded.… A carefully articulated investigation."
Publishers Weekly’s Ron Hogan interviewed Miller about Reluctant Capitalists. Read the interview here.

One Response to Review: Laura J. Miller, Reluctant Capitalists

  1. God loves you on August 29, 2007 at 5:11 pmi

    Wow thanks for writing this book. This is an issue that so needs to be talked about. I’ve noticed this also how men are so afraid of each other. It’s cultural so we see every one else acting in the same way and we think it’s a normal thing but it’s actualy not a normal thing. It’s extremely abnormal and disfunctional.

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