"'Toy' Presses and the Rise of Fugitive U.S. Government Documents"
Explains how advances in the graphic arts, and the rise of executive agency duplicating plants in the early twentieth century, gave rise to a large body of U.S. government documents that were, and still largely are, unavailable to the public
John Walters. ""'Toy' Presses and the Rise of Fugitive U.S. Government Documents"" Journal of Government Information 21.5 (1994).
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