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MIT Press publishes 9,000th book

The start of a new year brings a milestone for MIT Press: the publication of its 9,000th book.

Book number 9,000 is Grammar As Science by Richard K. Larson. This introductory linguistics textbook offers a novel approach to the study of syntax: it presents core topics of syntax as exercises in scientific theorizing and scientific thought.

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