The other day I picked up a copy — hardcover — of Mary Mapes’ book, “Truth And Duty: The Press, The President, And The Privilege Of Power.”
Original cover price: $24.95.
I got it for a buck.
At a dollar store.
I should have bought a couple of copies and offered them as some kind of prize to readers…
“First prize: one copy of ‘Truth And Duty.’
Second prize: two copies of ‘Truth And Duty.'”
Even at a buck apiece, I think I was ripped off.