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Prominent Publisher: We’re In Danger Of Becoming Irrelevant

“For me it is a real problem when we don’t reflect the society we live in. It’s not good for books, or culture, or commercially. We are going to become irrelevant. We know we have a real issue, and we have been slow. We have to address it.”
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