The Politics of Fall Lists

October 2008
Book Publishing Report;Oct2008, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents a review of the political book market in the U.S. The poll conducted in 2007 showed 22% of liberals and moderates had not read a book in the previous year compared to 34% of conservatives. A monthly study on independent bookstores, specifically political books area, showed that 122 across the country saw a huge demand for books about Democratic presidential nominee Brack Obama as the subject or author among politicians.


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