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Johnnie Cochran is claiming victory in another contest with Marcia Clark, this time over who got the more lucrative book deal. Just days after Clark received a reported $4.2 million advance for her account of the Simpson trial, Cochran struck back with what is rumored to be a heftier contract for "My Journey to Justice: The Autobiography of Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr." The Simpson trial has also been a windfall for a number of other would-be authors, including Christopher Darden ($1.7 million) and Robert Shapiro ($1.5 million). The big loser? Alan Dershowitz, who'll rake in just $300,000 up front.