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Best book on CSS3 that shows all the differences with CSS and CSS2

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Someone already asked for the best book on CSS3 but what they did not ask was what are all the differences between the three CSS, CSS2 and CSS3
I have a bit of a project on documenting the main differences and I could really use such
a book if it exists out there?
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I don't know why you would want something second hand in a book that might ot might not be accurate.  the definitive source of such information is on the internet:

http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/specs.en.html

They write the standards, and they have a complete history of the specifications, and even the memos discussing things that were proposed and never implemented.

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