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'Hard Choices' Print Sales Top 85,000 In First Week

Posted at 8:06PM Wednesday 18 Jun 2014

After a few of days of sources arguing over how many copies of Hillary Clinton's Hard Choices were sold in its first week on shelves, the Nielsen BookScan number released this morning is 85,721.


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