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As good as a public library, maybe even better?

Watson explains that textbook publishers usually reduce the cost of their textbooks by about half for the developing world. A biology book that sells for $108 in the U.S., for example, costs $51 in Uganda. But the gross national income in Uganda is only $250 per year, which means that a single book eats up 20 percent of the average person’s income.

Providing good quality texts of content for those who can't buy but want to learn?
Great idea. Global Text link here.