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Today a customer mentioned that she could get a new hardcover book online for $15. Our mission is not to shame anyone for their shopping practices, but we do feel a responsibility to educate about what it means when a new hardcover is available for $15 online.

— Raven Book Store (@ravenbookstore) April 17, 2019 (https://twitter.com/ravenbookstore/status/1118596015957975041?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw)

In the spring of 2019, Danny Caine, the owner of the Raven Book Store (https://www.ravenbookstore.com/) in Lawrence, Kansas, overheard a customer saying she could buy a new hardcover online for $15. Danny took to Twitter to explain the economics of independent bookstores and the thread went viral, putting the 32-year-old small business in the national spotlight. Danny comes on the Rework podcast (https://rework.fm/nevermore-amazon/) to talk about why his activism and outspoken stance against Amazon haven’t just felt right, but been good for business too.

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