This Means War!!
McGraw-Hill and Google Books just charged my $14 for what seemed to be an electronic copy of Hyman Minsky's Stabilizing an Unstable Economy
but was actually only the first chapter of the book.
I don't like being charged $14 for introductory book chapters. I don't like bait-and-switch.
I think Google Books has some considerable amount of explaining to do...
UPDATE: Google appeases:
Hello Mr. Delong,
I recently read your blog and saw that you were unsatisfied with your recent purchase of “Stabilizing an Unstable Economy.” Upon closer examination my team and I found that the issue that you are experiencing is specific to “Stabilizing an Unstable Economy.” The flowing text version of “Stabilizing an Unstable Economy” is currently affected by errors in the ePub of the ebook. We have pulled this ebook from sale and are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible. While I cannot offer you a time line for when this issue will be resolved, I can offer you the following resolutions:
1) The ‘scanned pages’ version of “Stabilizing an Unstable Economy” is fully viewable, so you may read your ebook in this format should you prefer to do so. You can switch to ‘scanned pages’ by visiting your settings (Aa) from within your ebook and scrolling down to click on ‘scanned pages’ format.
2)If you prefer not to do this, you may request a refund at the following link: http://goo.gl/Zx5jT or email me back to verify that you would like a refund.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused, and Thank you for your feedback.
Tina, The Google Books Team