The editorial credo of the New York Review of Books, which began publication in February 1963, was what one might expect of a highbrow journal.
… Neither time nor space … have been spent on books which are trivial in their intentions or venal in their effects, except occasionally to reduce a temporarily inflated reputation or to call attention to a fraud…
Almost immediately it achieved its modest thou...
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