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On our next issue, McKays have offered to print it and distribute it
on a larger scale for us. Once we do it.
How much does it cost you to produce it?
Oh, it costs a lot. It costs like about $30,000. Which seems
a lot to me, doesn't it to you?
Well, it is a lot, but you have the organization in being so
it comes out of that.
That isn't even counting the people that it costs.
Not counting salaries?
Yes, that has nothing to do with salaries or overhead. It
costs that to publish it and send it out.
What would you estimate the cost to produce it?
Oh, I think the whole thing costs around $50,000 really,
in grants and overhead and salaries and everything, you know. If
I didn't do it I could save $50,000.
Yes, but it's such an important adjunct of your --
Yes, it would be sad not to do it, because no one else has
picked it up. I'd be delighted not to do it if someone else would do it.
Well, these are just notes on it. Additionally, we were
responsible for getting a tax-free foundation in order to get
contributions for the Chateau Versailles in France. The Chateau Versailles
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