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a collection of historically important documents published together as a book

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Of course, those listed in the Source Book pay to be there--$100 for a basic listing, $750 for a listing plus a 100-word profile and logo, display ads ranging from $1,000 to $2,500 for a full page, and section sponsorships for $3,500.
The new Source Book of Statistics of Income--1998, Corporation Income Tax Returns presents, for the first time, industry detail based on the North American Industry Classification System, which replaced the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.
Corporation Source Book industry pages and notes for any year are available at a cost of $30, plus $1 per page copying charge (free for orders under 5 pages).
Though the anthology can stand on its own as an introductory survey or source book, its structure follows that of Robinson, et al.
and Van Norden (philosophy, Vassar College) provide an introductory source book for the general reader or undergraduate students rather than a philosophical primer for nine of the most widely read thinkers of the sixth to the end of the third centuries BCE, including the often-neglected Gongsun Longzi's "On the White Horse" and Yang Zhu's "Robber Zhi.