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Schoolbooks 1950–2000: A missing chapter in British publishing history

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Affiliations: 1: Chairman and chief executive of the Longman Group until 1990, Tim Rix since then has served on the finance committee of Oxford University Press and on the boards of B H Blackwell Ltd, the British Council, the British Library and a number of small publishers. He is a former chairman of Edinburgh University Press, Book Trust and Book Aid International. He is currently deputy chairman of Yale University Press, London. A past president of the Publishers Association, Rix began his career with Longman in 1958, after graduating from Cambridge and Yale universities. tim@rixpublishing.co.uk

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