States, in Order to form a more perfect Union,
establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility,
provide for the common Defense, promote the
general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of
Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.
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Equity includes 48 font files:
= 6 styles (regular, italic, bold, bold italic, regular caps, bold caps)
× 2 weight grades (A and B)
× 2 variants (regular and Tab, with tabular figures as the defaults)
× 2 file formats (OpenType, and TrueType-compatible OpenType TT)

Read the font license (it’s short) or the FAQ
For details on character set and OpenType features, see the PDF specimen
For more than five people, email mb@mbtype.com

Equity is used for body text in this book. Equity was originally designed for legal writers, but any professional writer can benefit from its many conveniences:

  1. Eq­uity fits as much text on the page as Times New Ro­man, and stays leg­i­ble down to small point sizes.

  2. Eq­uity has been de­signed to per­form well on both high-end out­put de­vices and of­fice print­ers. Each style in the fam­ily comes in two weight grades so you can pick the grade that looks just right on your printer—a fea­ture found in very few fonts.

  3. Eq­uity comes with a sep­a­rate set of caps fonts, which con­tain real small caps and al­ready in­clude my rec­om­mended let­terspac­ing.

  4. Eq­uity has a short, plain-Eng­lish li­cense that in­cludes per­mis­sion to use it in PDFs, web­sites, apps, and elec­tronic books.

Equity has no demo version, but I offer a 30-day return option: if the fonts aren’t your style, you can cancel your license and get a refund.

Equity is also available with Concourse as a discounted bundle.

by the way
  • In this book, I use Eq­uity’s text grades to op­ti­mize web dis­play—Win­dows ma­chines and high-res­o­lu­tion iPads get the heav­ier grade; Macs and lower-res­o­lu­tion iPads get the lighter grade. (Web jocks can look at the page source to see how this is done.)