MORE ON ADVERTISING IN BOOKS
Allan Davisson writes:
"Ads can be useful adjuncts to
references both currently and historically. I think that some
editorial control is appropriate over the ads in a book that
will be around for decades as well as carrying some of the
gravitas of the reference itself. If the publisher makes some
decisions about whom to include and how the ads should
look generally, it can both help defray expenses and provide
George Fuld adds:
"I have no problem with book advertising,
as long as all are at the back. Not like The Numismatist,
where ads now wreck the continuity of the issue."
Wayne Homren, Editor
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