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Verso Books

"With global sales approaching $3 million per year and over 350 titles in print, Verso can justifiably claim to be the largest radical publisher in the English-language world.

"Verso (meaning in printers’ parlance ‘the lefthand page’) was founded in 1970 by the London-based New Left Review, a journal of left-wing theory with a worldwide readership of 40,000. The company remains independent to this day.

"The company’s head office is located in London, where a staff of twelve produces a program of 60 new titles each year." [1]



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  1. About, Verso Books, accessed December 20, 2007.