December 1980
National Review;12/31/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 26, p1620
The article describes the process of producing copies of the periodical "National Review" in its plant in Connecticut. Information on the weekly schedule is provided, from the assembling the articles until proofreading. A description of the plant as well as the production staff is given.


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