A writer in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society of the early 1920's observed ‘It has long been a matter for comment for the judicious that the British taxpayer is wholly unaware how vast a literature, interesting as well as instructive, is published by His Majesty's Stationery Office’. The wealth of best sellers during the last war, such as The Battle of Britain, has helped to widen the circulation field, but there is still a lack of knowledge of the range of the output.
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