Where have all the Kepler's supporters gone?
Original post made by Renee Batti, news editor of The Almanac, on Nov 16, 2006
Clark Kepler reportedly said recently that sales are about the same now as they were in August 2005, when he decided he could no longer afford to keep the store open.
Can anyone explain what's going on here? Is the lure of online shopping too strong to resist? Are independent, brick-and-mortar bookstores irrelevant?
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