Association of Comics Magazine Publishers

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The Association of Comics Magazine Publishers (ACMP) was an American industry trade group formed in the late 1940s to regulate the content of comic books in the face of public criticism during that time.wikipedia
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It was a precursor to the Comics Magazine Association of America, and the ACMP Publishers Code served as the template for a more detailed set of rules enforced by the CMAA's Comics Code Authority.
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Some publishers, such as Dell Comics, refused to join the organization.
In 1948, Dell refused an invitation of membership in the nascent Association of Comics Magazine Publishers.

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Her company, Orbit Publications, was a founding member of the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers, for which she served as secretary and board director.

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As a result, an industry trade group, the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers, was formed in 1948, but proved ineffective.

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This pressure led to the formation in 1948 of the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers (ACMP) in an effort to avoid external regulation.

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Orbit was a founding member of the Association of Comics Magazine Publishers (the precursor to the Comics Magazine Association of America), for which Hermann served as secretary and board director.

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The Association of Comics Magazine Publishers (ACMP) was an American industry trade group formed in the late 1940s to regulate the content of comic books in the face of public criticism during that time.

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The Association of Comics Magazine Publishers (ACMP) was an American industry trade group formed in the late 1940s to regulate the content of comic books in the face of public criticism during that time.

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The Association of Comics Magazine Publishers (ACMP) was an American industry trade group formed in the late 1940s to regulate the content of comic books in the face of public criticism during that time.

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