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I'm assuming that the footnote feature is properly implemented by the publisher, i.e. they act like a hyperlink on a webpage. If a publisher is lazy and doesn't do that, you're out of luck.
Just recently, though, I got Marx's "Kapital" and it's currently on my K2. Believe it or not, the 99-cent MobileReference edition seems to be perfectly formatted for footnoting! All you need to do is click on the footnote in the text and it takes you right there. They don't have any hyperlinking to return you from the footnote to the text, but that doesn't matter because all you have to do is use your back button.
If the publisher hasn't formatted for hyperlinking, though, you're pretty much out of luck. Most likely the footnotes are going to appear as endnotes, so you can always put a bookmark on or near the current footnote page, go to the bookmark, and then page-forward as needed, but make sure you bookmark the spot in your text that you want to go back to. It's really cumbersome, and if I were you I'd download a SAMPLE file first and check it out assuming that the footnotes are really important to you. I made the mistake of buying Antony Beevor's history of the Spanish Civil War for Kindle and it's a mess because the footnotes are really important but aren't properly hyperlinked. Eventually I'll just buy the treeware version.
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