[T]wo of the largest and best-known conglomerates, Penguin and Random House, set up imprints, Sentinel and Crown Forum, dedicated to producing conservative books. Two years later, Simon and Schuster added its own right-leaning imprint, Threshold.
Behind this development lay the stark commercial fact that since the mid-nineties, conservative titles had been showing up in profusion on the nationâ€™s bestseller lists.
The F&F quote is good. The CJ article fascinates with the history of conservative publishing in a liberal America.