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Initial post: 21 Sep 2007 16:42:26 BDT
Live Better says:
Having submitted a critical review about this book and it's lack of ability to acknowledge that over consumption is the issue and that replacing consumables with more environmentally sensitive/ethical products will not work, I submitted it again only to not have it posted...again.

Within the same space of time another positive review has been posted, begging the question as to who is actually reviewing the submissions? Part of me suspects publisher, but a more knowing part says media agency. So, I'm wondering, does Manning Gottlieb have any intention to allow free speech on Hodder & Stoughton's titles?

Discuss.

In reply to an earlier post on 25 Nov 2007 18:13:05 GMT
Melanie says:
I absolutely agree:)
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