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British Publishers

by Caroline Flack (2018-10-19)

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British Publishers were, for a lengthy period, needed to deliver a duplicate of every guide released to the English Collection as well as some others such as the Bodleian at Oxford. Whether the law still prevails, I don't know but it was certainly in place 40 years ago, reported at Dissertation Writing Services. The collections were not needed to pay for the guides. Publishers overseas were not limited by English law and so were not needed to deliver guides to the library. Consequently the library does not have a duplicate of every guide published

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