Oxford University Press

OUP is one of Britain's truly great institutions, up there, or nearly, with the NHS and the BBC. As in these other cases, its modern history has been largely dominated by the struggle to preserve its high ideals and standards against the tide of commercialism. As its secretary (chief executive) put it in 1954: "The essence of the Press is that it is not a business." guardian.

The History of Oxford University Press, Volume III: 1896-1970 a cura di Ian Gadd, Simon Eliot e Wm. Roger Louis (OUP, of course, e 100 sterline).

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