The Rise and Fall of Fleet Street, Charles Wintour

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The Rise and Fall of Fleet Street, Charles Wintour, Hutchinson, London, 1989. First Edition. 8vo 8″ – 9″ tall; 271 pages including index, appendix and illustrations. Black boards, silver spine titles, red endpapers. Unclipped jacket and volume in fine condition. By the author of “Pressures on the Press”, this book examines the rise and fall of Fleet Street as a publishing centre. It looks at those who were responsible for the rise – Northcliffe, Beaverbrook, Camrose, Cudlipp and Kemsley – and those that led to its demise – Shah, Maxwell and Murdoch.  002437   $15

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