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Stamford, Connecticut: Champion International Corporation, 1995. Near Fine. First separate edition. Illustrated throughout with comics and artwork by Michael Kress-Russick, with two fold outs Illustrations. Quarto. Stapled wrappers printed on Kromekote paper. Near fine with light wear including a couple of creases to the spine. The first separate printing of Guterson's essay on the economics of pro sports (originally published in Harper's Weekly), which according to The Dickson Baseball Dictionary, brought the term "moneyball" into popular use. Released as an issue of Subjective Reasoning No. 10, an unusual periodical conceived of by designer and author William Drenttel in collaboration with famed design firm Pentagram and published by the Champion paper company, who produces Kremekote. Other titles in the series were devoted to Jeff Koons, Duane Michaels, and Vaclav Havel. OCLC locates seven copies over four entries.
      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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