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Koran Sales

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Koran Sales

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Sales of the holy book of Islam — the Koran — have jumped since the September 11th terrorist attacks. Linda Wertheimer talks with Meredith Mackenzie-Lamb of the New England Mobile Book Fair in Newton, Mass., about what's selling and why.

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