"Why A Duck?" @ marx-brothers.org
The Marx Brothers Bookstore -- an associate of Amazon.com features loads of Marx Brothers books, cassettes, CDs, videos, and DVDs (many hard to find -- some you probably never knew existed). Pay a visit to the bookstore today! The list of items available for your purchase will be updated fairly regularly, so be sure to check back periodically for that bit of Marxist media you've been dying to lay your hands on. Rest assured you will enjoy the same excellent prices and customer service you receive when ordering directly from Amazon.com. And remember...If you're looking for a special gift for that hard-to-please Marxist, Amazon also offers giftwrapping and personalised gift messages. And they ship anywhere in the world! What could be sweeter? And you're not limited to buying the items I've listed; I'm just offering a few choices with descriptions to help you out. Once you get to Amazon.com, you can choose anything from their enormous catalog!
Thinking of a special Marx-related item you would like to buy, sell, or trade? Well check out the Marketplace to see what's available and list your own items. This service is offered free of charge to all Marxists.
For general information about the gazette and subscriptions thereto, click on The Freedonia Gazette -- Introduction. If you would like information on available back issues of this splendid publication, as well as a huge list of other Marx-related merchandise Paul is offering for sale, check out The Freedonia Gazette -- Back Issues. If you decide to get in touch with Paul, I'd appreciate it if you'd tell him how you heard about his publication.
Note to current subscribers: Paul maintains a list of subscribers' email addresses. If you are a subscriber and would like to get on his list, contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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