For far too long students who are already burdened by massive tuition fees have had to deal with obscene book prices enforced by state endorsed monopolies. The problem of how to both find a credible and financially moral publisher has proven far too challenging for our educators, as we have seen in the immoral prices of books every year.
So it is now in our hands to fix this broken system.
Great students deserve great books at great prices.
You may ask: "How will we accomplish standardization and competition? If students can buy any book for a course would it not make a teacher's job harder as each book would be different?"
Your concern is valid and we at Students for Publisher Competition have spent some time considering different systems whereby a marketplace of literature can occur while standardization is still held intact. The best method we have devised is a cooperative one between businesses, state governments, and students.