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All Things Considered, October 10, 2007: The New York Times bestseller list used to be the gold standard of the publishing world. But these days, there is a proliferation of lists, and stores prominently display their own "best-sellers."
That begs the question: What does it mean to be a best-seller? And how important is that label to the publishing industry and its customers?
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