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James Patterson And Others Debate Amazon.com

Posted at 7:24AM Thursday 03 Jul 2014

For a discussion titled "Amazon: Business as Usual?" panelists at the New York Public Library cited Winston Churchill, Thomas Jefferson and the Stamp Act of 1765. Questions were raised about the future of democracy, the manners of Silicon Valley and the consequences of religious war.

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