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    Scholastic Results Rose in Fiscal 2017

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  • People

    New Executive Director, Publisher at Feminist Press

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  • Libraries

    Libraries Clear First Budget Hurdle in Congress

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    Wholesaler American West Books Acquired

    The Calif.-based company, which is the exclusive wholesaler to Whole Foods, was acquired by industry veteran Christopher Robbins.

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