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    college and both of their school's bookstores are now linked to barnes and noble "college" -- one of them actually has to order online to buy/rent in bookstore -- walk ins aren't an option.
    In the state university town where I live there are several independent used bookstores and all charge more to rent/buy than amazon.
    The textbook market has been taken over by the Internet and prices have gone up -- now easily $800 a semester for used books for each or $600 to rent.

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