Borders placement

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Where do you think that Unequal Protection should be placed in a Big Box store such as Borders? I found it in Business and Management. Evidently this is the most viewed non-fiction area of the store. Personally I would think that it would go in either Politics or History. Of course it should be with the new books along with Ed Shultz's Killer Politics or any of the ton of conservative books on display. But what you think?

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I have to admit, I never know where to look for most of Thom's books. It seems to be a fact of life that authors who write books that fit neatly into categories are more likely to get theoir books published, marketed and sold than those who are interdisciplinary or innovative.

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I loved, but no longer own, the first edition. I think the 2nd edition is a truly great book, it's simply perfect--am I correct that the revisions (from the first edition) were extremely major? (Or is my memory of the first edition just lousy.)

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