1. Editorial
  2. L. R., A. W.
  3. pp. 1-97
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  1. A very grave prognosis
  2. Paul Audley
  3. pp. 3-7
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  1. Confused issues
  2. Toivo Roht
  3. pp. 7-9
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  1. The crisis of scholarly publishing
  2. Harald Bohne
  3. pp. 9-15
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  1. An unequal struggle
  2. Barrie Zwicker
  3. pp. 15-20
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  1. On publishing and perishing
  2. Mel Hurtig
  3. pp. 20-24
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  1. Culture, money and Canadian readers
  2. William Roberts
  3. pp. 25-30
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  1. Waiting for Blondin
  2. Graeme Gibson
  3. pp. 30-32
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  1. On publishing policy
  2. The Hon. J. Hugh Faulkner
  3. pp. 32-49
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  1. A diverse and exciting enterprise
  2. Robin M. Farr
  3. pp. 50-52
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  1. “Upon the wicked he shall rain snares”
  2. Ronald Evans
  3. p. 53
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  1. The educational marketplace
  2. William Clarke
  3. pp. 54-55
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  1. Textbook publishing in Ontario
  2. Frank Barrett
  3. pp. 56-57
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  1. Scholarly publishing
  2. Donald Sutherland
  3. p. 58
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  1. On Canadian materials
  2. M. O. Edwardh
  3. pp. 59-63
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  1. Looking for policy
  2. Sheryl Taylor-Munro
  3. pp. 63-64
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  1. The precarious enterprise of nationhood
  2. Denis Smith
  3. pp. 64-66
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  1. The nationalist periodical publishing myth
  2. Ralph Hancox
  3. pp. 66-72
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  1. Some naive proposals
  2. James Douglas
  3. pp. 72-75
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  1. In response to Mel Hurtig
  2. Wally Matheson
  3. pp. 75-78
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  1. No place for the dilettante
  2. Hugh Kane
  3. pp. 78-80
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  1. All geese are not swans
  2. John Gray
  3. pp. 81-82
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  1. In defense of small publishers
  2. Ann Innis Dagg
  3. p. 83
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  1. A flourishing art
  2. Margaret Laurence
  3. pp. 83-84
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  1. A blocked intestine
  2. Marian Engel
  3. pp. 84-85
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  1. The corporate heart is cold
  2. Miriam Waddington
  3. pp. 85-88
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  1. Being a good bookseller
  2. Beth Appeldoorn
  3. pp. 89-90
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  1. From the trenches
  2. A. E. Cummings
  3. pp. 90-91
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  1. On intelligent bookselling
  2. Sandy Stewart
  3. pp. 91-94
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