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Alan Loney's '"Something of moment": Caxton Press typography in the 1950s' (Landfall, 1993) traces much of the Caxton group's inspiration back to the new British book arts culture propounded by Stanley Morison, Eric Gill and Bruce Rogers.
In his chapter on Comic Sans, a minor typeface from the 1970s that became a fad for a while, the author briefly segues into the 1930s story about Stanley Morison sending a letter to the London Times, scolding them for their atrocious typography.
If you're going to do that, you might as well credit Stanley Morison for Monotype Bembo (in metal).