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Gordon Graham: A publisher for all seasons

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This piece is a very personal tribute to Gordon Graham, as one of those exceptional publishers who managed to combine extremely effective business skills with a love of books and the ideas in them. His professional success at McGraw and Butterworth was highly visible, but his subtler intellectual talents flourished especially after his corporate retirement, notably as the founder and editor of Logos and various associated publications. During this time he also played an exceptional, but little recognized, part in nurturing young publishing talent from around the world.


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