George Braziller

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What got me into publishing was actually my first job. I was a shipping clerk making $15 a week. I got a sense of the kind of books that people were reading. And I also was influenced by the legendary English publisher Victor Gollancz, who started the Left Book Club. There was no such thing in America, so I decided to give it a chance.

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