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Or, what was history for?
Peter Yeandle

typesetting and publishing technologies increased the speed at which texts could be manufactured, so that for the general book market, the period between ‘1846 and 1916 saw a fourfold increase in production and a halving of book prices’. 33 Within the education market specifically, the Mundella revisions to the Educational Code of 1883 established a fixed grant per pupil which

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